Haze Craze IPA - All Grain Beer Brewing Kit (5 Gallons)

Haze Craze IPA - All Grain Beer Brewing Kit (5 Gallons)

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This IPA recipe is our take on the hazy North East IPA, also known as New England IPA or Juicy IPA, it is one of the fastest growing beer styles in the US.  The style accentuates hop character while maintaining a smooth and creamy mouthfeel.  Light in color but hazy due to heavy dry hopping, yeast selection, as well as additions of oat and wheat .  Low in bitterness with a huge hop character due to hop-bursting, this beer will satiate even the biggest hop head.

The North East IPA has become popular nationwide thanks to breweries like Tree House Brewing, The Alchemist, Hill Farmstead and Grimm Artistanal Ales.  After my first taste of this delicious style, I knew that brewing it at home was a must. 

  • Makes 5 gallons
  • Estimated Original Gravity:1.062-66
  • SRM (Color Range): 4.5
  • IBU's: 28.4
  • Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 6.4%

Our recipe kits DO NOT include grain bags, yeast or priming sugar. The recommended yeast(s) can be found below. All grains will come milled, unless you select unmilled base malts.

WLP095 - White Labs Burlington Ale
WY1318 - Wyeast London Ale III
GY054 - Gigayeast Vermont IPA
IYA04 - Imperial Barbarian

Beer StyleIPA & Imperial IPA
Ready to Drink Within2-4 Weeks
Alcohol ContentMedium (5-7%)
BitternessMedium (26-45ibu)
Fermentation Temp Range64-72
Brewing MethodAll Grain
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Had good reviews and really into NE/hazy iPAs right now
John L W on Jun 17, 2020
Ordered before. Bier is awesome
Raymond Moreno J on May 12, 2020
Had good reviews and really into NE/hazy iPAs right now
John L W on Jun 17, 2020
Made it once already
James Oliver J on May 23, 2020
Ordered before. Bier is awesome
Raymond Moreno J on May 12, 2020
Trying something new.
Christopher M on May 9, 2020
Reviews were good
Johnny Stamey on May 8, 2020
First on the list
Nicola N on Apr 28, 2020
I wanted it
Brian M on Apr 28, 2020
David H Slaton Jr. on Apr 4, 2020
Bought before
Bob on Mar 27, 2020
I did this one before, it's delicious.
maxfield a on Mar 26, 2020
I love IPA beers
Neil T on Mar 17, 2020
Brewed it last year - big hit. Looking forward to it again.
Erik F on Mar 10, 2020
Good reviews
Gregory M on Jan 21, 2020
Repeat brew, loved first batch
David D on Jan 16, 2020
John V on Jan 8, 2020
Sounds good
Thomas B on Jan 3, 2020
Another gift. Folks might like it.
Elizabeth N on Dec 14, 2019
My wife and I like a good hazy and juicy IPA. based on reviews this sounds like it will fit the bill.
David H Slaton Jr. on Dec 11, 2019
I have a hankering for a Hazy IPA
derek f on Nov 16, 2019
hazy IPA
sean c on Nov 6, 2019
site reviews
Robert D on Nov 4, 2019
I've brewed this before, it is excellent
Glenn Hunzeker on Oct 14, 2019
Made it once and want to see how much I’ve improved
Nick K on Sep 16, 2019
Saw it on website. A lot of great reviews
Edwin Gland on Sep 11, 2019
2nd time brewing. Best kit I've had
Tannis Bush on Sep 10, 2019
Sounds like a good beer
Emily S on Sep 9, 2019
It was delicious the first time.
Forrest Samuels on Sep 9, 2019
This is the style I am currently brewing
Vincent B on Sep 6, 2019
Great reviews. Want to give it a try.
Joseph D on Aug 28, 2019
Was suggested by a friend
Jose M on Aug 28, 2019
I like hazy IPA's
Bill B on Aug 28, 2019
Try this
David Lee S on Aug 28, 2019
Great price
Jon S on Aug 28, 2019
A friend request
VINCENZO D on Aug 28, 2019
Great reviews
Doug on Jul 22, 2019
Never made a hazy ipa before
Scott T on Jul 13, 2019
I love hazy ipa
Nathan P on Jun 20, 2019
Made it before and it was a hit with friends
Scott J on May 27, 2019
Brewed it several times and like the recipe
Christopher Bynum on May 2, 2019
Brewed it before and it turned out great
Valued C on May 2, 2019
Love the style, good reviews
David B on Apr 15, 2019
wanted to see what the malt bill and hops are
Zach B on Apr 4, 2019
Brewed this before and really like it.
Byron m on Mar 13, 2019
Wanted to brew it again
Benjamin C on Feb 22, 2019
free tap
David G on Feb 12, 2019
I love NE-IPA's and more Beer hasn't lead me astray yet!
Joshua Treas on Feb 11, 2019
My son wanted me t brew this type and good reviews.
Chris H on Feb 8, 2019
Awesome kit. Great IPA kit.
Shawn D on Feb 7, 2019
Into NEIPAs at the moment but can't find a good one at the store
David S on Feb 1, 2019
in love with enipa right now
Benjamin C on Jan 31, 2019
Made it once already
James Oliver J on May 23, 2020
Trying something new.
Christopher M on May 9, 2020
I must have screwed something up. My original gravity reading came in at 1.030!! I pitched the yeast anyway, which took off around 16 hours. It's been about three days and my brew looks like a milky mess! This is the first time this has happened. I use an online mash and sparge calculator for my water and temp levels. All my temps were good, I'm thinking maybe I used too much water? Any input is appreciated! Thanks.
Rick Hausauer on Nov 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Rick - This is unfortunate, which brewing calculator did you use?
Recipe says dry hop days 3-7 and 7-10.. does that mean to dry hop For from day 3 until day 7? Or dry hop for 3-7 days?
Douglas w Tripp on Jan 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I've made this beer four times now. It's a favorite in my extended family. I have tried it both ways. It works fine either way, but I think the the beer has a juicier, slightly less hop forward finish if you use the later approach. I consider day 1 the day when fermentation actually starts. May take a day or two. I let it ferment from day 1 to 3, then add the first dry hop in the primary from days 3 to 7. Then rack to secondary and add the second dry hop from days 7 to 10. Also, I don't normally use strainer bags, but in this case, I find it helps. I keg and, with all of the hop additions, I find it easier to get a clean beer into the keg. Hope this helps. Haze Craze is a delicious beer. Enjoy!
What is the preferred yeast for this brew?
Bryan Ferguson on Mar 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I used White Labs WLP095 Burlington Ale Yeast and got great results You could substitute some of the English style ale yeasts and get similar results. You have to make a starter.
Anyone try and spike it with 1lb of corn sugar to get the ABV to around 7?
James Burns on Sep 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi James - We offer a MoreHaze! Double IPA kit, if you're in the need for more ABV while maintaining the mouthfeel specific to this style.
Kit (All Grain) - MoreHaze! - Unmilled (Base Malts Only)
Kit (All Grain) - MoreHaze! - Unmilled (Base Malts Only)
1 Ounce of whole cone only? Rest are pellets?
Adam on Apr 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Actually it's 2 oz of Mosaic whole cone hops added at flamout, rest are pellet hops

How do I get the egg yolk color that some people are getting? What type of yeast are you using?
James Cruz on Jul 23, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I used WY1318 - Wyeast London Ale III and do not use irish moss or whirlfloc tablets, color was spot on and very hazy.
How do I get the egg drop color that some people are getting? What yeast are you using?
James Cruz on Jul 23, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Water chemistry has an impact on the softness and mouth feel , I added gypsum and calcium chloride to the water and for yeast I use wy'east London ale 3 1316 cheers!
Hi, I dry hopped the 1st round on day 3 then dry hopped 2nd round on day 7. On which day should I closed transfer into keg for carbonation? I was planning on kegging on day 14 then force carbonating to serve at a party on the weekend. Is this pushing it to fast? Will fermentation be done? WIll the beer be too green still?

I have brewed this beer once before and left it in fermenter for 3 weeks before transferring to keg and carbonating for 3 days. That brew was great...before turning completely oxidized 2 weeks later and tasting HORRIBLE. I believe the culprit that time was me not cleaning and sanitizing the keg properly. Thanks for the help and feedback! Erik
erik legenhausen on Mar 3, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Erik - It is hard to believe 14 days is all that's needed, but as you noted they oxidize quickly, simply the nature of the style. I think you'll be surprised how fresh it tastes, make sure to use a healthy pitch.
What's the best fermentation temperature for it? I'll be using Wyeast London Ale III (PS I'll be using the Extract version but I can't ask questions there for some reason)
James Cruz on Aug 4, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The recommended fermentation temperature for this kit is 70 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Delicious so much flavor goodness
May 31, 2020
2 months ago
Always a winner with family and friends
May 24, 2020
2 months ago
Great beer and good learning curve
Great product. My best beer yet. Fan favorite amongst all. Instructions were easy to follow and a good first time hazy ipa for any beginner.
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May 5, 2020
3 months ago
Great kit
I would have given this kit 5 stars except I would have preferred cone hops to pellets for the dry hopping. Looking forward to tasting it soon. It smells great.
April 23, 2020
3 months ago
Tried first bottle last nite after 30 days. Used GF Connect with hop spyder. Delicious and will buy again.
April 23, 2020
4 months ago
Really good juicy New England style IPA. This was my first all grain brew. The directions are a little too non specific but with the help of a brewing app and advice from a seasoned brewer it came out perfect. I would highly recommend this kit.
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April 17, 2020
3 months ago
Outstanding NEIPA!!!
Just kegged this beer... only my 2nd all grain batch. All I can say is I’m ready to order this again because the first keg will be gone quickly. Outstanding!
April 1, 2020
4 months ago
Great Hoppy Hazy beer
My first hazy ipa. This kit turned out better than I hoped! Great color, wonderful smell and delicious. Highly recommend
March 16, 2020
5 months ago
learn how to dry hop
It's a perfect kit if you want to learn how to dry hop. It was my first time dry hopping into my glass fermentor. Getting the mesh bag filled with the hops into the narrow neck of my glass carboy was a challenge, but who doesn't like a little challenge. It was a great experience and the beer turned out amazing. I now brew this in a Speidel fermentor since the addition is much easier. I have brewed 9 batches so far and its one of my favorites. I will keep buying and experimenting with this one.
December 8, 2019
Excellent Kit
Awesome kit... I used Imperial A38 Juice, I split the Warrior hops at 60 minutes and 30 minutes instead of all at 60 minutes. First dry hop addition on day three... second on day seven.... crashed on day 10...kegged on day 12. Beer has been in the keg for a week... but it's incredible... a really good example of the style. Color, taste, texture, flavor... it's all spot on. I'll be brewing this again soon cause this keg won't last. Good luck and enjoy !!!
October 29, 2019
9 months ago