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Red IPA with Gladfields Malts

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I think I’m finally due for a red IPA next!! 

While searching I found this recipe and wondered what people think. This is supposed to make a deep red colour which is what I want. 

Have people used The Gladfields malts before?? 

Cheers! 

BB

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I’m pretty jealous of anyone being able to get their dirty little mits on gladfield malts. 

Very hard to find them here in the west. 

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14 minutes ago, The Captain1525230099 said:

I think that looks like a great beer btw BB 

Stay tuned!! 

It looks like I may be brewing this with a few hop changes

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Is that from the Gladfields' website? It looks good.

I have a heap of Gladfield malt at the moment but only the American Ale malt from that grain bill.

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10 minutes ago, Hairy said:

Is that from the Gladfields' website? It looks good.

I have a heap of Gladfield malt at the moment but only the American Ale malt from that grain bill.

Yeah it is. They also have a red ale

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Posted (edited)

I use Glafield malts exclusively.   Much of the colour in that recipe comes from the shepherds delight and uses about 3 x as much as I dare!  It's quite a dark crystal with fairly strong raisin/cola type sweetness to it.  I found over 200g as bit much for my tastes so instead get the red hues by using a small amount of roasted barley. 

 

Recipe seem very under-hopped for an IPA?  🤔

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3 hours ago, BlackSands said:

Recipe seem very under-hopped for an IPA?  🤔

It definitely looks light on the hops. I am going to order these ingredients on Monday for 13L batch but I am still working on hops and hop schedule. 

Any idea for hops for this??

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2 hours ago, Beer Baron said:

It definitely looks light on the hops. I am going to order these ingredients on Monday for 13L batch but I am still working on hops and hop schedule. 

Any idea for hops for this??

Centennial and Simcoe. 

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