Yooper's Dogfish Head 60 Minute Clone - All-Grain Recipe Kit Yooper's Dogfish Head 60 Minute Clone - All-Grain Recipe Kit Taking 7th place in Homebrew Talk's Top 100 Recipes is Yooper's Yooper's Dogfish Head 60 Minute Clone. Yooper explains "I went into my first AG batch with confidence, but fairly low expectations.  Luckily, the beer was fantastic and a great recipe was born." Read more below for a brief interview over this award winning homebrew!

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Taking 7th place in Homebrew Talk's Top 100 Recipes is Yooper's Yooper's Dogfish Head 60 Minute Clone. Yooper explains "I went into my first AG batch with confidence, but fairly low expectations.  Luckily, the beer was fantastic and a great recipe was born." Read more below for a brief interview over this award winning homebrew!

All orders containing Liquid Yeast will be shipped with a complimentary ice pack to ensure safe shipping!

Yooper's Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA Clone - All-Grain Recipe Kit Instructions

Is this your first Homebrew Beer Recipe Kit? Check out our New to Brewing Guide to see a step by step roadmap to brewing your first batch of beer!

General Info:

    • Batch Size: 5 Gallons
    • Mash at 153 degrees
    • Est. Original Gravity: 1.070 SG
    • Est. Final Gravity: 1.018 SG
    • Est. Alcohol by Volume: 6.83.%
    • Bitterness: 67.4 IBUs
    • Est. Color: 4.8 SRM
    • Ferment at 63 Degrees
  • 2-Row Malt
  • Victory Malt

  • Warrior
  • Amarillo
  • Simcoe








Dogfish Head 60 Minute Clone Interview with Yooper

Question #1. How did you start brewing?

Answer: I was a winemaker for a very long time before even considering making beer.  I was interested in it, but because of things that seemed mystical, like a "boil" and "hops" which are foreign to an old winemaker, I was under the impression that making beer was difficult and cumbersome. I ended up buying a Beer Machine 2000, and set to making beer that way.  I made a grand total of two batches, because the beer was not good.  A year or two later, I decided to try again, and bought a Brewer's Best kit.  I followed the directions exactly, and the beer turned out pretty darn good- and that was what hooked me.  During a later batch, I had a question about an issue I had with fermentation and googled the question.  I found homebrewtalk.com.  I didn't know that things like forums even existed, and here was a group of people talking about BEER!  Within a day or so, I became a Premium Supporter, and never left.  I must have started with the Brewer's Best kit in 2005 or so, but I don't recall exactly.

Question #2. When in your homebrewing career did you make your first beer that you considered more than just “good”?

Answer: My first all-grain batch was my best up until that point.  It was a recipe I wrote myself with help from the forum, and all of the others encouraged my efforts to go from extract kits to partial mash and then to all-grain.  The beer was the lightest colored beer I ever made.  It was the DogfishHead 60 Minute Clone- which is number 7 on this list of Top 100.  I still  make that beer often, with few variations.  The two main variations I do are to not bother with the continuous hopping, and do a more traditional FWH/15/5/0/dryhop schedule using the same hops, and to use a little less grain to get the ABV to a more drinker-friendly 5.8%-6.3%.  Otherwise, that combination of hops and grain is just such a winner!

Question 3. What would be the best advice you could give someone that just started homebrewing?

Answer: The best advice I have to any new homebrewer is to work hard at temperature control, and buy quality ingredients.  Poor quality ingredients (certain hopped liquid kits and bad yeast) and too-warm fermentation temperatures are what I see as the main reasons new brewers are disappointed in their first batches.  Also, find a support group to give honest opinions- a homebrew club or our forum can help make even the seasoned brewers just a bit better.  I learn something new all the time, and have become a better brewer as a result.

Question #4. Is this beer the best you have made so far, or are there others that we have yet to see?

Answer: What a question!  I don't know.  I've made so many beers that I've loved, but I don't know if I'll ever get to the point I stand up and exclaim, "This is it.  This is the perfect beer.  My work is done".   I'm always pretty critical of my beers, and usually will think of them as "very good" but never perfect!  I have made some beers that won competitions, but never have entered this one in any competition at all.  

Question #5. Making a beer worthy of this list can’t be an easy task, what kind of process and thought went into a homebrew like this?

Answer: I did a ton of reading.  I was a brand new hophead, and I loved the combination of simcoe and amarillo, which were both new varieties of hops at that time.  I also was making my first AG batch, my first IPA recipe, and getting out of the "rut" of using crystal malt in everything.  So that was a big step for me- my first AG batch, using a newer combination of hops, and not using crystal malt.  I felt comfortable with support from the forum, as they were greatly encouraging me.  As a matter of fact, they are the ones who created this monster (me) by encouraging me to buy a bigger pot and burner and to build a mashtun.  I went into my first AG batch with confidence, but fairly low expectations.  Luckily, the beer was fantastic and a great recipe was born.

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