Category Archives: session IPA

Jarrylo Session IPA Kegged

Tonight (10 January 2016) I kegged my Jarrylo Session IPA, which has been fermenting for 11 days. The yeast had dropped very clear, and the beer had a malty flavor (all that Munich!) with a rather subdued bitterness. I’d probably … Continue reading

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Jarrylo Session IPA

For my last brew of 2015, I’m making a session IPA that is a modest departure from my previous session IPA. This is primarily to adjust for and use up ingredients on-hand, but also in order to try out a … Continue reading

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Beer Tasting: Seven Seas Session IPA

After 5 weeks in the keg, it’s a good time to formally taste my latest session IPA! Overall, it seems like I’m about one iteration away from the “house recipe.” Seven Seas Session IPA The Basics Original gravity = 1.052; … Continue reading

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Seven Seas Session IPA Update

After 5 days in the primary fermenter, the Seven Seas Session IPA appeared to have finished up fermenting. So, I raised the temperature from 65°to 70°, to help things clean up a bit. After a total of eight days in … Continue reading

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Seven Seas Session IPA

My first real attempt at a session IPA was adequate, but needed some work. So, I’ve tuned up the malt and hop bill a bit in order to bolster the brew all around. The result: Seven Seas Session IPA. The … Continue reading

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