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Imperial IPA (For Advanced Homebrewers)

This is an all-grain recipe designed for advanced homebrewers. It's based on Avery Brewing Co's Maharaja. If your mash tun is not large enough to hold all 16.5 pounds of grain, you can substitute light dry malt extract for a portion of the 2-row malt. Use a ratio of 0.65 pounds of dry extract for each pound of malt removed. The malt extract should be added after the sparge as the wort is heating to a boil.

The OG of this recipe should be around 1.087, and the IBUs are well over 100. Dry hopping should take place in secondary fermentation for at least 5 days but not longer than 7 days.

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