IPA (Crankshaft) Extract Recipe

This BDF recipe pack is our clone of Crankshaft. The BDF Crankshaft clone is similar to a West Coast IPA with notes of citrus, pine and floral. For lovers of a full flavoured beer.

Included in the recipe pack is:

Thomas cooper’s – Bootmakers Pale Ale

Cooper’s – Pale Malt

500g Corn Syrup

Citra Hops

Simcoe Hops

Centennial Hops

Ale Yeast


Clean and sanitise all equipment i.e. fermenter, spoon, can opener etc.

Pour the contents of the extract cans into a 30L fermenter. Rinse the remaining extract out with roughly 2 litres of hot water & add to fermenter. Stir till evenly distributed.

Top fermenter up to 23L using hot or cold water to get the required fermentation temperature (15-18c). Mix well.

At this point you have the option to take a gravity reading and note it.

Pitch yeast over the top of the wort. Mix thoroughly. Seal up fermenter, add airlock and allow to ferment.

On day 6 of fermentation sprinkle hop pellets over the top of beer.

Take gravity readings on day 9 -10 onwards to confirm fermentation has completed. If the gravity has stabilised the beer is ready to be bottled/kegged.

Allow to condition for 4 weeks if bottling. If kegging, then check out our kegging guide here. Lastly don’t forget to drink responsibly and often.

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