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manplant
post Jul 31 2015, 06:00 PM
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I have a 21 gal batch of IPA the was scheduled to be 63 IBUs. In a rookie move I over stuffed the boil hop bag winding up with an estimated 33 IBUS for a 6.0% IPA.

Any suggestions on how to effectively correct the batch in secondary?

Help appreciated.
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Thorhale
post Sep 11 2015, 12:00 AM
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QUOTE(manplant @ Jul 31 2015, 04:00 PM) *
I have a 21 gal batch of IPA the was scheduled to be 63 IBUs. In a rookie move I over stuffed the boil hop bag winding up with an estimated 33 IBUS for a 6.0% IPA.

Any suggestions on how to effectively correct the batch in secondary?

Help appreciated.


Why not boil some hops in water, just a small amount of high alpha hops
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pilsenhammer
post Sep 12 2015, 01:24 PM
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QUOTE(manplant @ Jul 31 2015, 06:00 PM) *
I have a 21 gal batch of IPA the was scheduled to be 63 IBUs. In a rookie move I over stuffed the boil hop bag winding up with an estimated 33 IBUS for a 6.0% IPA.

Any suggestions on how to effectively correct the batch in secondary?

Help appreciated.

You can add some isomerized hop extract. I think Hop Tech in Cali. has it and maybe MoreBeer. It's limited how much bitterness it will add before affecting the flavor negatively IIRC. Something like 20-30 IBU max.
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