DetailsDripping with vivid flavors, this clone recipe is the beer equivalent of visiting your local fruit stand. Flavors and aromas of grapefruit, melon, berries, lime and passionfruit drizzle into a faint herbal, piney background. Fresh Squished's sturdy malt foundation of sweet crystal malts and toasty munich concedes to this indulgent use of Citra and Mosaic hops to achieve remarkable balance. Pale copper in color, Fresh Squished is overlaid by a fluffy, rich beige foam cap, allowing the juicy aromas to ooze out of this Pacific Northwest inspired clone.
- Style: Pale IPA
- Fermentation Range: 65 - 70F
- OG: 1.064
- SRM: 10
- IBUs: 65
- ABV: 6.6%
- Details & Instructions
Beer Style IPA Origin of Style USA Color Light Gravity Level High
5.0 / 5.06 ReviewsBest Ever IPAFresh Squished is, by far. the best IPA I've made or tasted, with Gun Flint IPA being equally as good, if not better. If you like highly hopped beers with good body and flavor, give them a try.December 28, 2018Purchased
4 months agoJust ordered another one because it's so yummy!Absolutely Yummy!December 22, 2018Purchased
4 months agoThis is the kind of beer I love to make! I can't find anything like this near where I live. It is like a carnival running around in my mouth bursting with wonderful fruit flavors.November 11, 2018Purchased
5 months agoFamily favoriteOf all the craft beers I have brewed this is the first to please the palate of all family members. It has the perfect blend of light hops and citrus flavors.November 6, 2018Very good brew. Came out a little more bitter because of not filtering all the hops.I will definitely brew again.November 4, 2018
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 15 answersThe online recipe and the one that came with my starter kit are different. Starter kit says to ferment for m7 days then add hops the ferment for additional 7 days then bottle. Online says after 1-2 weeks fermenting ends then to transfer to secondary fermenter for 2 more weeks and to add more hops 5-7 days before bottling. Which recipe do i go by?BEST ANSWER: The recipe for this particular beer is a little strange. My recommendation is to always transfer to a secondary fermenter. There will be a lot of residue in the bottom of your primary you don't want in the final transfer to your bottling bucket. After a week of fermentation, you can transfer to your secondary. I've dry hopped at this time and let sit for a week before bottling (i.e. just two weeks from wort to bottle) and the beer will came out fine. If you want to let sit in the secondary for an additional week before dry hopping, that's fine as well. I really am not looking for clarity, just flavor and two week total will work.what does the base kit consist of?BEST ANSWER: Maillards Malts 0.5lbs Caramunich
Maillards Malts 6lbs. Gold Malt Syrup, 3.15 lbs Gold Malt
Hoptimus Rex, 10z.Nugget,2oz. Mosaic,1oz.Citra,1oz.Mosaic dry hop,1oz Citra dry hop.
Yeast. Dry Yeast Fermentis Safale.Would a yeast starter benefit this kit?BEST ANSWER: I use a yeast starter for all my kits even with dry yeast. The dry yeast probably doesn't need it but it seems like all of my batches finish up in the primary on the fast side of the kit instructions.