Don’t fall for that 2+2+2 bollocks that most people tell you is the only way to produce good beer. For hoppy beers the sooner you get them ready for drinking the better. Once you’ve hit fg just give it 2 days then cold crash for a few days then bottle/keg.@Mickdundee @Wilfy lads, do you put your AG recipes together in software like Brewfather? I’m on the lookout for some recipes to build on, and adapt. I know brewdog released all their recipes and someone has put a canny web site together here Recipes - BrewDog Recipes
which is a canny starting point. Just interested as to what people do/use.
just taken a reading of the first full size AG brew I’ve done. A basic IPA, been bubbling away canny all week, and slowed down this weekend. Will give it another week and cold crash it next Sunday. My readings suggest the numbers are spot on. Looking at about 6.05%
I always used beersmith for recipes, it costs a few quid but I thought it was worth the money.