Slurp Juice Hazy IPA All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

*Require advanced brewing equipment

Mouth watering, juicy & slurp sensational!

Recipe Style: Hazy IPA Extract Beer Recipe Kit (Also known as New England IPA Beer Recipe Kit)

You have selected an all-grain beer recipe. to brew this recipe, you will require advanced brewing equipment for mashing, sparging, boiling and cooling.

What does this beer taste like? Our Slurp Juice Hazy IPA Extract Beer Recipe Kit has a juicy, fruity taste with a low to moderate bitterness and smooth mouthfeel. Extensive whirlpool and dry-hop additions contribute to a blend of citrus, tropical and stone fruit flavors. The malt profile is light, crisp with slight sweetness. It’s a well-balanced, refreshing beer perfect for those who enjoy hoppy beer with a fruit-forward flavor.


And now for the possibly funny, possibly serious, possibly irreverent flowery description....

So what do you get when you take such superstar hops like Amarillo, Azacca, Centennial, Citra, Galaxy, Lemondrop, Mandarina Bavaria and Mosaic (pause for breath) and add them in such ridiculous quantities between the whirlpool and two dry-hopping sessions that you freak out your yeast to induce such alchemy known as biotransformation which creates a hop-haze that impregnates your palate with fruit-bomb flavors like apricot, blueberry, mango, orange, peach, passion fruit, lemon, lime and tropical fruit that sends your mind spinning in a humulone-induced daze? You get Slurp Juice, of course, which is golden, soft and hazy, and it pours down your gullet with such eminent drinkability that you're certain you are imbibing in this morning's glass of juice. So take a greedy slurp of this fruit-juicy hop-bomb and get your juice on!


All About Hazy IPA

Hazy IPA, also known as New England IPA or Northeast IPA, is a style of India Pale Ale that is characterized by its hazy or cloudy appearance, juicy and tropical fruit flavors, and low bitterness.

The hazy appearance is a result of the beer being unfiltered, allowing for the presence of yeast and hop particulates in the beer. This results in a slightly thicker and creamier mouthfeel, and a characteristic opaque appearance that is often compared to orange juice.

Hazy IPAs are typically brewed with a combination of hop varieties that contribute to the beer's fruity and juicy flavor profile. These hops are added late in the brewing process, and sometimes even after fermentation, to maximize the flavor and aroma while minimizing bitterness. This results in a beer that is low in bitterness, with a strong emphasis on fruit-forward flavors such as citrus, mango, peach, and tropical fruits.

The malt profile of hazy IPAs is typically light and crisp, with a minimal amount of caramel malt used to provide a slight sweetness that balances the hop bitterness. The alcohol content is usually moderate, with ABV ranging from 6-8%.

Hazy IPAs have gained popularity in recent years, particularly in the United States, where they are one of the most popular styles of craft beer. They are often enjoyed fresh and are typically served in a tulip-shaped glass to enhance the aroma and flavor of the beer.


What is the difference between Hazy IPA and New England IPA?

Both "Hazy IPA" and "New England IPA" are commonly used terms to describe a style of IPA that is characterized by its hazy appearance, juicy and tropical fruit flavors, and low bitterness.

The term "New England IPA" is often used to refer to the origin of the style, as it was first popularized by breweries in the New England region of the United States, particularly in Vermont and Massachusetts. The term "Hazy IPA" is a more generic descriptor that is used to describe any IPA with a hazy appearance, regardless of where it was brewed.

While both terms are commonly used, "Hazy IPA" has become increasingly popular and is now the preferred term used by many beer enthusiasts and industry professionals. This is because it is a more inclusive term that recognizes the fact that the style has evolved beyond its New England origins and is now brewed by breweries across the country and around the world.