The first in our NYC Brewery Series - the best way for homebrewers to get a taste of the delicious and creative NYC beer scene. We'll be offering up a new recipe every month that features a beloved brew from some of the finest breweries in the five boroughs. These recipes will be coming directly from the brewers themselves - authenticity guaranteed.
Our inaugural brew comes from KCBC (Kings County Brewers Collective). KCBC is the first brick-and-mortar brewery to operate in Bushwick in more than 40 years and has been pouring a wide variety of beers at their fantastic taproom. The brewers at KCBC all met through the awesome local homebrew scene before going pro. The recipe they are sharing is an over the top, double dry-hopped IPA called Dangerous Precedent. It builds on a solid base of two-row barley and wheat while splitting the hop bill between classic west coast hops (Cascade & Centennial) and tropical flavor bombs (Mosaic, Citra, and Azacca).
Dangerous Precedent (KCBC) Recipe & Instructions
|Original Gravity (OG)
||1.068 (Starter Recommended*)
|Final Gravity (FG)
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