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Home » Recipes » BJ's Brewday - Hop Worship
BJ's Brewday - Hop Worship
Tom Wolf won the taste-off back in September for the brewday at BJ's. Although Tom couldn't join us for the day, we took plenty of pictures. This beer, while pared down from the original, still uses over $100 of hops! Beer should be ready for tasting in late February 2006. To see the original homebrewed recipe, see here.
Style:    Double IPA
Brewed by:    Zambo and the Falcons
Batch Size:    250 Gallons
Boil Time:    90 Minutes
Actual OG    1.075 (18.3P)
Final Gravity    1.010 (2.6P)
Alcohol by Volume    8.65%
Est IBU    150
Est SRM    8.3
Efficency    73%
Recipe Index | Promash File
Grains, Extracts, Sugars
Malt Name Maltster Amount Percentage
English Pale Ale Hugh Baird 220.0 lbs 36.5%
Pale Malt (2-Row) Great Western 203.0 lbs 33.7%
Carastan (30/37L) Hugh Baird 55.0 lbs 9.1%
White Wheat Malt Great Western 50.0 lbs 8.3%
Cane Sugar - 75.0 lbs 12.4%
Name Form Alpha Amount Time
Chinook Pellet 12.1% 62.0 oz 90
Centennial Pellet 9.9% 80.0 oz 40
Columbus Pellet 14.5% 80.0 oz 15
Centennial Pellet 9.9% 80.0 oz 0
Columbus Pellet 14.5% 32.0 oz 0
Fuggle Pellet 4.5% 64.0 oz Dry Hop
Man. Code Name Type Amount (Starter)
White Labs WLP001 California Ale Ale Slurry from a previous batch
Mash Schedule
Step Rest Temp Rest Time Heat Water
Saccharification 150°F 60 Infusion 165 Gallons
Mashout 170°F 15 Direct
Sparge 170°F 40


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