Jaipur IPA

Can anyone suggest a kit that tastes like Jaipur IPA 5.9%. This beer is lovely!!!

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  • BUDFORCEBUDFORCE Posts: 243Member
    I can't help you with your question sorry, but I have also had that beer and it's very good!
    Beer League: 1. Young's - American Pale Ale 2. Bulldog Brews - Imperial Red Bad Cat 3. Young's - IPA 4. Young's - American Amber Ale 5. Bulldog Brews - Evil Dog Double IPA
  • HBO_StaffHBO_Staff Posts: 1,884Administrator
    Quite a few of the beers get compare dot commercially available beers by people brewing them, unfortunately nobody has compared one to the Jaipur IPA yet though. There are a few good hoppy IPA's available at the moment, most of them quite strong, perhaps consider one of these, each has genuine customer reviews posted about them if that helps:

    Razorback IPA: http://www.home-brew-online.com/beer-kits-c1/festival-razorback-ipa-beer-kit-p1142

    Evil Dog Double IPA: http://www.home-brew-online.com/beer-kits-c1/bulldog-brews-evil-dog-double-ipa-p1323

    American IPA: http://www.home-brew-online.com/beer-kits-c1/american-craft-brewing-ipa-american-beer-kit-p1487
  • MAGNET50MAGNET50 Posts: 9Member
    I actually have Evil Dog Double IPA bottled, just waiting for it to clear, can't wait. Might try the Razorback IPA next, thanks.
  • BUDFORCEBUDFORCE Posts: 243Member
    Let me know what you think about Evil Dog - its one of my favourites but being a Bulldog brews kit, they do take a while to clear but it is worth the wait. IF it tastes a bit bitter (or boozy) it might need a bit longer.

    I just recently had a Bad Cat (v similar to the Evil Dog) and left it a good 4 weeks and it still tasted a bit like wine, gave it another month and then it was much better.

    Also just watch that one, its very strong - dont say I didnt warn you!
    Beer League: 1. Young's - American Pale Ale 2. Bulldog Brews - Imperial Red Bad Cat 3. Young's - IPA 4. Young's - American Amber Ale 5. Bulldog Brews - Evil Dog Double IPA
  • MAGNET50MAGNET50 Posts: 9Member
    The Evil Dog bottled has now been in a cool (not cold) place for 2 weeks and isnt clear yet. I have them inside a cardboard box with heat mat in controlled by inkbird at between 11-13 degrees. I won't rush them. I dont think this extremely cold weather helps any brewing.
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