Brothers Cascadia You Like ‘A Da Juice (NE IPA) - Extract Version

"'You Like 'A Da Juice' is our rendition of a New England style IPA. Cloudy, lush, and extremely refreshing, it starts off with a massive punch of juicy, citrusy hops. Bold aromas of orange, tangerine, and tropical stone fruits envelope the senses, leading into a soft palate that is fruity and balanced. Very low bitterness keeps this beer extremely sessionable, allowing all of its other bold characteristics to stand out."
6.6 lbs. Pilsen Light Liquid Malt Syrup
1 lb Pilsen Light Dry Malt Extract
2.0 lbs. Flaked Oats
1.0 lbs. White Wheat Malt
0.375 lbs. Carawheat Malt
1.75 tsp. Calcium Chloride
1.25 tsp. Calcium Sulphate
1.50 oz. El Dorado hops (steep/whirlpool 15 mins)
1.50 oz. Mosaic hops (steep/whirlpool 15 mins)
0.75 oz. Centennial hops (steep/whirlpool 15 mins)
0.75 oz. Citra hops (steep/whirlpool 15 mins)
0.75 oz. Centennial hops (dry hop at High Krausen)
0.75 oz. Citra hops (dry hop at High Krausen)
0.75 oz. El Dorado hops (dry hop at High Krausen)
0.75 oz. Mosaic hops (dry hop at High Krausen)
3.25 oz. Citra hops (dry hop day 10)
3.25 oz. El Dorado hops (dry hop day 10)
1.50 oz. Centennial hops (dry hop day 10)
1.50 oz. Mosaic hops (dry hop day 10)
¾ cup corn sugar for bottling
Imperial A38 Juice Yeast or Wyeast 1318 London III
Steep crushed malted grain and 1.75 tsp. Calcium Chloride and 1.25 tsp. Calcium Sulphate in 3 gallons of 154° water for 30 minutes. Remove the grain from the hot water with a strainer, then bring wort to a boil. When boiling starts, remove pot from burner and slowly add 1 cup of the liquid malt extract, stirring to dissolve. Return to a boil and start a timer for 30 minutes. At the end of the boil add all 4 of the steep/whirlpool hop additions and stir gently in a circular motion, letting the hops steep for 15 minutes. Cool your beer, transfer to your fermenter, top up to 5 gallons with cool water and pitch your yeast when the temperature of the beer is between 65° and 70°. When the yeast has reached peak activity (High Krausen) around day 2 add the four 0.75 oz. hop additions, and let sit for 2 days. Rack to secondary fermenter and allow to ferment for 6 days then add the second dry hop additions. Let sit for an additional 2 days then bottle or keg your beer and enjoy!