DetailsBorn on the West Coast, perfected on the North Coast. Our Black IPA draws inspiration from the northernmost reaches of the great Midwest. Like people who endure the long cold winters of northern Minnesota, this dark and hoppy brew is more robust than its western cousin but is right at home in any region that cultivates a pioneering spirit.
Gunflint is as dark as a night deep in the north woods, with hops as bright as the Milky Way over the tree tops. It will lead you down a path of rich caramel and toffee maltiness highlighted with a light roasted bitterness and a hint of cacao. The earthy and piney hops loaded throughout this intense beer envelop you with the essence of the wilderness and will put you in the right frame of mind to blaze a new trail into the unknown.
- Details & Instructions
4.3 / 5.03 ReviewsGood oneVery very good! A smoother IPA with lite notes of Carmel and coffee20 mins after forced carbed in keg.November 24, 2016Purchased
1 year agoGreat kit!!I have made this kit twice now and the first time was amazing!! Now for the second time I have harvested the yeast from the first brew and I will call the second brew the Zombie version of this brew!!March 20, 2014Never received a complete kitDid not receive all the hops required to make the recipe, luckily I had a brewing supply store near byOctober 31, 2017Purchased
1 year agoResponse from Midwest SuppliesOh no! We are so sorry. Our customer service team will be in touch to see how we can make up for this.November 1, 2017Todd JStaff
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 4 answersWhat is the grain bill for this recipe? I was wondering if it has any rye?BEST ANSWER: I can’t remember exactly what the grain bill is but I do know that there is no rye in itDo you have this recipe in BeerSmith?BEST ANSWER: Thanks for contacting Midwest Supplies. I understand you would like to know if this recipe is in Beer Smith. It looks like there may be a clone of this recipe in a 1 gallon batch size, but it was not added by our company. Cheers!how long does this brew usually take from start to drinkability?BEST ANSWER: Hello Andi,
Thank you for choosing Midwest Supplies! The gunflint trail black IPA takes about 6-7 weeks if you are bottle conditioning, and 5-6 weeks if you are force carbonating. I hope that this helps, let me know if you have any further questions!