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Stubby's IPA sets it self apart from the rest of the pack of your intense West Coast IPA by being a more balanced beer. This IPA wile still having an intense bitterness, there is still room for the malt to shine through.

Please note that since this kit is higher in alcohol, the dry yeast option defaults to 2 packs of yeast. You can change this manually.

Yeast Bottle Caps and Priming Sugar not included.

Additional Information

Kit Type Extract
Beer Kit Makes 5 Gallons
Recipe & Instructions Click Here
Original Gravity 1.065
IBUs 46-49
Alcohol Content Medium: 4.0%-6.5%
Color Pale
Flavor Balanced
Country of Origin American
Style IPA

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Customer Reviews

Great IPA Review by Brian
Brewed earlier this year. Great flavor. Friends loved it. (Posted on 8/29/2019)
Good iPa kit Review by Steeleofalifetime
Made this as our second kit beer. Very good drinkable iPa. I don't have my tasting notes on it but we drained the keg so must have been delish!!! (Posted on 6/9/2018)
What did I do? Review by Glenn
I must have done something wrong. My effort turned out very bitter. I would love to sample this before I try it again. (Posted on 3/15/2017)
Wow Review by Sean
First batch of home brew in 20 yrs. I was nervous, but this turned out far better than I expected. Hops flavor and body are great, and the finish is just the right amount of 'dirty' for an IPA - a good IPA shouldn't be super crisp in the finish. I've gotten many complements on this one, and will definitely brew this recipe again. Awesome. (Posted on 8/9/2016)
Good drinkable beer Review by Zech
This beer has been called a "good drinkable beer" by everyone that has had a taste. The finish is very crisp and the hops are well balanced to the beer. I will definitely be brewing this beer again. (Posted on 8/9/2016)
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