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Hellzapoppin is dead, long live Hellzapoppin! Yep, it's unlikley that one of our favourite Yeastie Boys' beers won't be brewed for the forseeable future, so we did what any beer obsessive would do and asked Stu McKinlay for his homebrew recipe. And he gave it to us!
Here it is:
Recipe Specifics----------------Batch Size (L): 20Total Grain (kg): 5.6kgAnticipated OG: 1.060Anticipated ABV: 6.5%Anticipated IBU: 52Wort Boil Time: 60 minutesGrain/Extract/Sugar2.4 kg Pilsner2.4 kg Weyermann Rauch Malz 400g Caramunich Type 2 200g Carapils 200g Pale wheat malt HOPS (pellet)Amount Name 26g Pacific Jade at 60 mins4g Nelson Sauvin at 10 min16g Nelson Sauvin at 0 min (whirlpool)12g Rakau at 0 min (whirlpool)60g Nelson Sauvin – dry hop28g Rakau – dry hopYEASTDCL Yeast S-05 SafAle American Ale @ 18cSepcial ingredientsYellow Fatalii and Peach Bhuts chilli peppers. 50/50 split. 16g "Dry hopped" for three days at 20c before chilling.
Some useful notes * the original beer uses Gladfield Manuka Smoked Malt, which is unavailable in UK. We suggest Weyermann Rauch Malz as the best alternative. * if NZ hops are difficult to find, we'd suggest replacing them as follows: Pacific Jade can be replaced with Magnum. Nelson Sauvin with a tropical and/or sweaty new world hop such as Galaxy or Simcoe. Rakau could be replaced with any hop that displays stonefruit and pine notes (possibly Amarillo).
Mash scheduleMash Type: Single StepTime: 60
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