Learn how to brew a Hazy Session IPA! This IPA recipe is low in abv but packs big flavor from tropical hops often found in NEIPA and Hazy IPAs. This is an easy home brew recipe to follow and you too can brew an easy sippin’ IPA at home.

In this video I will show you how to brew using an all-grain Brew in a Bag (BIAB) method. This home brew recipe can easy be adjusted to swap in your favorite juicy IPA hops. I hope you enjoy making your own Session IPA beer at home!

TheBruSho is your guide to make home brewing simplified. From beginner lessons to tip and tricks to equipment breakdowns, all to give you the confidence to brew your first beer and beyond. Together we will see what shortcuts can be taken to make the brew day easier and get a fermented beverage in your glass faster.

Recipe for 5.5 gals (20.8L):
-7.2 gals (27.2L) Water
(adjust salt additions based on your water)
-Calcium Chloride
-Epsom Salt
-83%* Maris Otter (Pale Malt) *Video says 79% on accident [~10 lbs]
-9% Flaked Oats [~1 lbs 2 oz]
-8% Carafoam [~1 lbs]
-1oz (~28g) Magnum @ 30min
-1oz (~28g) El Dorado @ flameout
-1oz (~28g) Mosiac @ flameout
-1oz (~28g) El Dorado @ dry hop
-1oz (~28g) Mosiac @ dry hop
-0.5oz (~14g) Lemon Drop @ dry hop
-SafAle S-04 English Ale Yeast
Mash @ 152ºF (66.6ºC) for 45 min
Boil for 30 Minutes
Original Gravity: 1.050
Final Gravity: 1.013
ABV: 4.9%
IBUs: ~58

EQUIPMENT (Affiliate Links):
Grain Bag:
Wort Chiller:
Food Safe Sanitizer:
My Fermenter:
Auto Siphon:
Bottle Capper & Caps:
Flip Top Bottles:
Stiff Brush:
Brew Cleaner:

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0:00 Intro
0:31 How to make it
1:04 Brew Day
2:55 Fermentation
3:52 Dry Hopping
4:54 Tasting + Conclusion

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