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Triple Rye IPA HomeBrew Recipe

Triple Rye IPA
Triple Rye IPA
Triple Rye IPA


Recipe Type: All Grain
Size: 5 Gallons
Beer Style: Triple Rye IPA
Target ABV: 11%
Target IBUs: 130
4.5/ 5

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Posted March 17, 2014 by


All Grain Triple Rye IPA Recipe

Profile: HomeBrew recipe for an Imperial Rye IPA. Crisp and dry with notes of spicy rye, pine, citrus, and dank earthy hops. Very high hop bitterness in the finish. Brewed with a massive amount of malt to achieve 11% ABV. Small amount of dextrose sugar is used to help thin the body out. Recipe uses a combo of Simcoe and Columbus hops which work well with rye malts. Maris Otter base malt from the UK provides some light nutty flavors.



18.5 lbs Maris Otter Malt

2.5 lbs Rye Malt

12 oz. Flaked Rye

3 oz. Chocolate Rye

Hops (Pellets)

2 oz. Warrior 16%a, 60 minutes

1 oz. Columbus 15%a, 30 minutes

1 oz. Simcoe 13%a, 20 minutes

1 oz. Columbus 15a%, 5 minutes

1 oz. Simcoe 13%a, 5 minutes

Other: 12 ounces Dextrose (for the boil), 12 ounces rice hulls (for the mash)

YeastWhite Labs WLP001 California Yeast or Wyeast 1056 American Ale

Dry-Hops: 1 oz. Simcoe, 1 oz. Columbus


Mash all grains with rice hulls for 75 minutes at 152 degrees.

Sparge at 170 degrees.

60 Minute boil with hop regimen above.

Primary ferment at 67 degrees.

Rack to keg or secondary and age for 10 weeks. Add dry hops for the last 10 days.


  1. Avatar of Gennady Shpolyansky

    Secondary fermentation is 10 weeks. Do I understand correctly?


  2. Avatar of ATX-Brewer Ron

    Very solid beer. Aging takes a while, but well worst it!


    Brian M

    Sounds intense. Looking forward to brewing this!


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