Clone kit for Garage Project Pernicious Weed

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Clone kit for Garage Project Pernicious Weed
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Clone kit for Garage Project Pernicious Weed

Recipe Kit for Garage Project Pernicious Weed

The arrival of hops to the brewing scene in England in the 1500s led to a moral panic, hops were described as "a Wicked, & Pernicious Weed", feared to bring the downfall of civilized society. Thankfully, they were right.
Pernicious Weed is a celebration of the NZ-developed hop varieties Nelson Sauvin and Rakau. Huge grapefruit flavour in a worryingly-drinkable strong IPA.

 

This kit contains all of the grains, hops and yeast required to make a clone of an internationally famous beer.

You will need a basic All Grain brewery setup or a BIAB setup to use this recipe. The instructions below are for the standard All Grain methods but you can easily translate to BIAB.

This recipe assumes a brewhouse efficiency of 70%.

 

All recipes Contain Yeast nutrient and finings in either the 20min, 15 min or 10 min addition.

 

For water Calculations refer to Brewers friend for water profiles and Water calulator to calculate salt additons.

Please note that this recipe is in no way authorised by the Garage Project Brewing Company. It's simply our best effort of a faithful reproduction, suitable for home brewing, as an homage to an awesome beer.

 

23L Recipe

OG – 1.075 FG – 1.013

ABV: 8.3%

 

Grains:

7.14 kg Gladfields American Ale Malt

0.56 kg Gladfield Medium Crystal Malt

0.24 kg Gladfiled Gladiator Malt

 

Mash in at 70.6C with 20L water, rest for 75min at 64.4C.

Sparge with 13L water at 75.6C.

Preboil size should be 26L.

60 minute Boil

 

Hops:

30g Nelson Sauvin at 60 min boil

50g Rakau at 15 min boil

50g Nelson at 10 min boil

50g Rakau at 5 min boil

25g Nelson Sauvin at 0 min boil

25g Rakau at 0 min boil

 

50g Nelson Sauvin and 50g Rakau at 4 days dry hop.

 

Yeast:

2 x Safale US-05

 

 

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