MoreHaze! Juicy Double IPA | 5 Gallon Beer Recipe Kit | All-Grain

MoreHaze! Juicy Double IPA | 5 Gallon Beer Recipe Kit | All-Grain

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  • A delicious, juicy, New England Double IPA. Juicy and citrusy with a little dank
  • Includes Columbus, Cascade, Amarillo®, Mosaic®, Simcoe®, and Citra® hops
  • Estimated ABV: 9.1%
  • Estimated IBUs: 32
  • Makes 5 gallons of finished beer

MoreHaze! is a delicious, juicy, NE style double IPA.  This beer was brewed as a collaboration between EJ Phair Brewing Co. and MoreBeer!  We liked the beer so much that we wanted people to be able to brew it at home.  

The beer is very high in alcohol (9.1% ABV), low in bitterness, light in color and loaded with hops.  We dry hopped this beer in multiple stages, added lots of high protein grains and did not use any clarifying agents, which leads to a hazy beer loaded with flavor.  Flavor and aroma is very citrusy (orange, tangerine, grapefruit) and mildly danky.  The large addition of wheat and oats adds a soft, pillowy texture to the beer.  The feed back was that this beer is delicious and dangerously easy to drink at such a high ABV.

  • Makes 5 gallons
  • Estimated Original Gravity: 1.086-1.090
  • SRM (Color Range): 4-5
  • IBUs: 32
  • Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 9.1%

Our recipe kits DO NOT include grain bags, yeast or priming sugar. To find our yeast recommendations, choose your preferred kit option above and then select the drop-down menu under “Yeast Options”.  For more info, click on the recommended yeast(s) below in the “You Might Also Need” section below. All grains will come milled, unless you select unmilled base malts.
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I love hazy beers and imperial beers. Why not have both in 1!
Ryan A on Feb 2, 2023
Figured I'd give it a try.
Thomas F on Jan 9, 2023
I love hazy beers and imperial beers. Why not have both in 1!
Ryan A on Feb 2, 2023
sounds good
jim on Jan 10, 2023
Figured I'd give it a try.
Thomas F on Jan 9, 2023
Have heard good things about this kit
Noah O on Jan 7, 2023
want to taste the hops
Matthew T on Dec 30, 2022
Brewed previously- wanted to make it again
Lisa R P on Oct 4, 2022
Beer Style
Darin K on Sep 30, 2022
Value for the amount of hops you get, Great base beer to add adjuncts, coconut, etc.
Jordan S on Sep 19, 2022
going to combine with the other kit for a slightly strong 10 gallon batch
Patrick M on May 13, 2022
Nice kit
Travis G on May 3, 2022
I don’t own a mill
chris b on Mar 24, 2022
Great Beer!!!
Kenneth S on Jan 7, 2022
I love the product.
Lacie L on Dec 30, 2021
sounds fun
William W on Dec 4, 2021
Daniel F on Nov 7, 2021
Always good
Shawn D on Aug 9, 2021
I've made this before and really like it
rideordie007 on Jul 2, 2021
Great kit, the beer is fantastic.
Bryce Tuttle on Mar 16, 2021
I always like to have this one on tap at all times, I have brewed it over 10 times..
Kenneth S on Feb 25, 2021
I like this type of beer
William N on Jan 20, 2021
We like hazy beer.
Jeffrey H on Dec 22, 2020
I like hazy beer
Noah Burgos on Nov 14, 2020
I love having it on tap all the time, this will be the 10th time.
Kenneth S on Nov 12, 2020
I like hazy beer.
Noah Burgos on Oct 23, 2020
positive feedback from comments
Robert s on Oct 23, 2020
High ABV and Hazy is all the rage these days jumpin on that bandwagon!
Matthew M on Oct 22, 2020
quality item. Brewed a few times. easier than getting all my hops together
Gregg John on Oct 20, 2020
I love Hazy beer
dirbikedad on Oct 14, 2020
Good reviews
Richard D on Sep 30, 2020
I made one early summer and turned out to be 5 star beer.
Bharat Dwa on Aug 14, 2020
Justin K on Jun 17, 2020
Brewed before and loved it!
Ethan M on Jun 5, 2020
Been searching for a hazy ipa recipe.
Dave R on May 20, 2020
Wanted to try a hazy imperial ipa
Anil V on May 19, 2020
Its my favorite one!!!
Kenneth S on May 18, 2020
Love the style
Joseph H on May 9, 2020
I like hazys, good reviews
Isak D on May 8, 2020
Jeffrey S. Gess on May 6, 2020
TRAVIS A on May 1, 2020
Reviews were good
Kirk S on Mar 26, 2020
for a friend
Casey V on Mar 25, 2020
Closes I can find to treehouse Green
Mark D on Mar 14, 2020
Looks like a great recipe and we were looking to brew 10gallons of a DIPA.
Kevin G on Mar 7, 2020
I've made this before and really like it.
rideordie007 on Feb 19, 2020
Great kit!
Chris G on Feb 4, 2020
Lacie L on Feb 4, 2020
1st brew I ever did and it was delicious.
Will Roldan on Jan 10, 2020
I like Hazy style beer
Michael Quenneville on Jan 6, 2020
My favorite, i've brewed it a bunch of times making minor changes plus adding raspberries.
Kenneth S on Nov 5, 2019
I love this beer. I have brewed this kit many times
Isaias H on Oct 28, 2019
sounds good
jim on Jan 10, 2023
Have heard good things about this kit
Noah O on Jan 7, 2023
what yeast are you recomending for haze craze?
Dave Elliott on Jan 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Will get these linked up soon but WLP095 and GY054 are ideal
Hi does anyone know when I add the 10LBs of malt extract and do I add all the 13 lb 2- row grains and the specialty malts at the same time to the boil?
Franknaps on Oct 16, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Typically, you should mash in with the 2-row grains and the specialty malts, rest at your mash temp for an hour, spare, mash out at 170 degrees F, bring the wort to a boil and add the malt extract but be ready to turn off your burner to prevent boilover. After the malt extract has dissolved, bring to a boil again and add your 60 minute hop addition. Then follow your normal procedures for hop additions. Ferment, add dry hops, keg or bottle, enjoy.
Is it recommended to rack into a separate fermentor for secondary fermentation? I have not done that for my other kits but am considering for this one with all of the dry hop additions. I'm also planning to cold crash after secondary, so the beer will be in the carboy a bit longer.
Dan Dolan on Aug 23, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I did not use a secondary. In my experience, even the slightest exposure to air after fermentation accelerates spoilage of these wonderful IPAs. I felt like I didn't want to risk having half of the batch get that oxidized flavor.
Do you steep flaked oats and flaked wheat like normal steeping grains?
Connor Sinclair on Apr 4, 2020
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BEST ANSWER: For hazy beers you can steep the oats and wheat with the specialty grains since they are primarily adding starches to create the mouthfeel and haze. If you want the flavor of them to be subtler and not add as much mouthfeel then it would be great to do a mini-mash to convert some or all of the starches while still leaving a velvety mouthfeel like an oatmeal stout.
How many packs of yeast do I need, 1 or 2? I also have a 4 pack for fast pitch how many cans do I use?
FERNANDO MEZA on Jan 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I would use 2 pls because of the higher abv.. I used Imperial yeast...which are double the pitch.
Is there a way to have this double milled or fine milled for a BIAB application?
Josh on Dec 21, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Joshua - Unfortunately we have no real way of double milling, as these kits come prepackaged with milled grain from our production department. They typically run a few hundred pounds at a time, on preset gap settings. It would be extremely difficult for the size of our company to double mill one beer kit. Apologies again, we hope you can find a friend with a mill locally.
I have 2 oz of mosaic pellets i’d Like to use up. Where could I add them to accentuate the juice...dry hop or whirlpool? Or should I keep it stock
Tom H on Aug 13, 2019
Mosaic, referencing from my Hop Profiles data has a high Alpha Acid percentage, 11-13%. If you have brewed More Hazy before and want to tweak it, then whirlpool from 180 down to 140F. I am assuming that you are making a 5 gallon batch. Be prepared for the additional blueberry, tangerine and papaya flavors. If this is your first time making More Haze, try it stock, it's very good. Maybe buy more Mosaic and make a single Hop with your favorite 2 row grain.
Best, Mike
How do you keg with all the hops in the fermenter?
kevin raney on Jun 7, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Cold crash your fermenter for a couple of days very near freezing. This will let the hop material drop out of suspension. I additionally had to trim off 1/2 inch of my dip tube. After that no issues with clogging. The beer will still have a nice juicy haze for all to enjoy. Hope this helps.
I'm buying the MoreHaze kit as a gift (I'm not expert), on top of the yeast, should I have to buy Corn sugar? and also grains? if so, any recommendation?. Thanks
Monica Zamudio on Mar 9, 2021
BEST ANSWER: The kit will come with everything you need except the yeast. The only choice you will need to make is whether you want to buy the "Extract", "Mini-Mash" or "All Grain" version. This will require a little knowledge on how the person brews. Extract means they use all liquid or dried malts (sugars) and All Grain means just what it sounds like...all grains...no extract. A mini-mash is a combination of both grain and extract. Advanced brewers use all grain more often. I hope that helps. :)
How long do you whirlpool for and at what temperature?
Ken Davenport on Sep 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I brought the temp down to 175 F and whirlpool for about 15 min.
Has anyone brewed this with an American hefeweizen yeast?
Brian Strouf on Jan 4, 2023
BEST ANSWER: Hefe's are my favorite beer, with hazy IPAs a close second. I've done this with just a simple IPA...not a double. Ended up tasting more like a hefe.
Did anyone brew this kit with a Brewer's Edge Mash & Boil? I'm getting mine next week and was wondering if I should do a reiterated mash since this kit comes with 16 lbs of grain and Mash & Boil max is 16 lbs.
John Coughlin on Nov 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have the robo brew but from what I understand they are similar. I brewed this kit and mashed it with only 5-6 gallons of water which was a bit thick and then when I lifted the grain bed to start draining the mash I added the remaining 3 gallons at the end while stirring. Turned out great got roughly 70% efficiently that way.
What is the recommended mash temperature for this kit?
Thomas Parshall on Dec 3, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I personally went with 151-52. Turned out great. Cheers!
How much strike water and sparge water was used for your batch?
Franknaps on Oct 21, 2019
BEST ANSWER: My rule of thumb is using 1.5 quarts of water per lb of grains and then 1.5 times that amount for sparging. That usually gets me 7 gallons in the kettle which boils off nicely to 5.5 gallons into the fermenter.
I have 2 packs of WLP066 London Fog. Will this be an ok substitution? How will taste change? Also do I need to use both packs since it's higher ABV
Ken Davenport on Aug 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Ken - Yes, that is a perfectly suitable strain.
Is the intent to add all four yeast to brew this beer? Also, would I need to have the yeast delivered with ice or what not? I'm new to this kind of yeast
Bryan on Dec 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Bryan - 4 yeasts are not required to brew this beer. It all depends on what you want your beer to taste like but we would recommend the Imperial Juice. And we send all of our yeasts (besides dry yeast) in ice packs to ensure yeast protection.
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Is there anything else I need to purchase beside the yeast to brew this beer? I am confused with the "Base Malts Only" statement while in checkout.
Bryan on Dec 12, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Bryan - Yeast is the only thing you have to purchase to brew the MoreHaze!. Cheers!
Anybody try adding lactose? Looking for that tree house brewing taste
David Mohrey on Dec 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes I have done it twice. Ads a nice mouthfeel and creaminess to it. Getting ready to keg second batch
If I use ro water what salt additions should I use?
Joshua Sumner on Nov 9, 2018

From my research, the recommended ion salts for the NEIPA was, 150ppm Cl and 100ppm SO4. For my 10 gallon batch, I used 12 grams CaCl,, 9 grams CaSO4 and 3 grams of MgSO4. The Sulfate to Chloride Ratio is ~0.7.

Best , Mike
I have a Brewie system and was interested in purchasing this recipe. The Brewie System will take a maximum Grain Bill of 17.5#. Can this recipe be brewed using the Brewie System?
Eric L. on Oct 9, 2018
Where can I find the recommended brewing instructions for this kit? thanks!
gordon gottfried on Oct 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hi Gordon - Brewing instruction can be found in the "Document" section on the product page.

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Rated 5 out of 5
Awesome Recipe
This is my second time brewing this. It didn't come out how I liked it the first time, but that was my fault. This time, I corrected my mistakes, and it was perfect. Only three days in the keg, and it's already great! My IPAs usually peak 3-4 weeks in the keg, so I can't wait to taste this later. I'll be brewing this again!

I like Morebeer's kits; it's the only thing that has stopped me from buying in bulk. However, I like some of their recipes so much that I might purchase bulk to brew the ones I like!
February 11, 2024
Rated 5 out of 5
My second IPA from More Beer and this is a favorite. Will make it again for sure.
Smooth light IPA with a great citrus aroma and flavor. NOT BITTER however has a nice hoppy taste.
May 2, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Came out great!
Just the right mix of hops for this flavorful IPA. I used the GigaYeast Double Pitch - GY054 Vermont IPA Yeast and happy with the results.
October 23, 2020
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Beer
My son finally dad you have made a good beer.
April 25, 2020
over 4 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Brewed this twice. 2nd time came out really good once I got things dialed in. Nice hop selection and .
November 17, 2019
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
More Haze!!!
One of the best, I've brewed it four times using different grains and adding raspberry's at times.
July 29, 2019
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Juicy NEIPA
Lots of additions during boil and dry hop, and I think the oats really soften the feel. This was exactly what I was looking for in a juicy IPA.
March 22, 2019
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Excellent kit, definitely will order again
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February 26, 2019
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Looks like a great kit....
There is an amazing amount of hops that come with this kit. Very well packaged and everything was fresh. Brewed it this weekend, can't wait for it to be ready.
January 9, 2019
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Beer came out better than expected. Aroma and flavor are intense. I used the giga vermont yeast which did the job well. Only downside is with all the hops the spigot on my fermenter was clogged so I had to syphon into the keg. The pick up tube in my keg also clogged so I cut an inch off of it. This comes very close to Fieldwork or Moonraker quality. I will probably brew this again soon it is that good. Cheers!
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Drinking a Resilience homebrew while brewing the hazy.
December 30, 2018