Resilience IPA

Homebrewers & Beer Lovers of Munich!

Let's join forces with Sierra Nevada and other 1,400+ breweries around the world in brewing Resilience Butte County Proud IPA and donating our earnings to the Sierra Nevada Camp Fire Relief Fund (more details below).

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Supported by:
Sierra Nevada
Proudly sponsored by:
WeyermannBarth-Haas GroupHopsylvania
Kindly hosted by:
The Crowbar

Brew. Drink. Donate.

Most of you might already be aware of the disastrous fire near the town of Paradise, California from just a few months ago, that within minutes raged through the community, obliterating a football field per second of everything in its path, destroying nearly 10,000 homes, killing many residents and leveling the town of 27,000 people.

You might also have heard of Sierra Nevada's initiative of bringing together 1,400+ breweries around the world to brew the very same beer and donate all of their proceedings to rebuilding the homes and lives of all those affected by the fire. These are the people that have set the foundation for craft beer as we know it today, with Ken Grossman starting off himself as a homebrewer way before even founding Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. in 1980.

In solidarity with these breweries, Hopsylvania is joining them in brewing a 20 L (5 gal) batch of Resilience IPA and is inviting homebrewers in or around Munich to join in lending a helping brewer’s hand! You've done it before when it came to fire and beer, Munich, so let's do it again! Let's come together and show our support to all those in need of our help! The idea is simple, here's what you have to do:

  1. Sign-up in the form below
  2. Purchase your own ingredients
  3. Brew & package the beer
  4. Bring it to the venue
  5. Spread the word!

Once our beer is ready, we'll bring it to the event where people can drink it in exchange for small donations to the victims of the Camp Fire (since we technically can't sell it). That's when we'll also be able to compare brews, share notes and learn from each other's experience, all while also raising money for charity.

Resilience Night

Since homebrewers technically can't sell beer, the participating brewers will be offering it to the public for free at The Crowbar instead. Our hope is that for each beer you drink you will make a payment in the form of a donation in our tip jar of whatever sum you see fit. These donations will provide much needed support for rebuilding Butte County.

Are you a venue and would like to support this innitiative? We might need a bigger space if many homebrewers are taking part, so please do reach out at resilience(at)hopsylvania.beer as soon as possible!

Recipe & Ingredients

Provided by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., this recipe was scaled down by Chip Walton of Chop and Brew, with grain substitution by Radu Luchian. For step-by-step directions and extract alternative go here.

Malts:
4.99 kg Weyermann® Pilsner Malt (90%)
0.57 kg Weyermann® CARAMUNICH® III (10%)
Hops:
28 g Centennial @ 80 min (33 IBU)
28 g Cascade @ 15 min (8.5 IBU)
28 g Centennial @ 15 min (15.5 IBU)
14 g Cascade @ Whirlpool (2.6 IBU)
14 g Centennial @ Whirlpool (4.7 IBU)
14 g Cascade @ dry hop (0 IBU)
14 g Centennial @ dry hop (0 IBU)
Yeast:
Fermentis Safale US-05
Specifications:
Original Gravity: 1.065 (16 P)
Final Gravity: 1.016 (3.9 P)
IBU: 64
SRM: 11
Resilience IPA Ingredients

First 5 homebrewers to sign-up have all of their ingredients sponsored!

Courtesy of our generous suppliers we already have ingredients for 5 batches of max. 20 L (5 gal) each, so if there are brewers with 10 L (2.5 gal) equipment profiles, then it means even more of us will be sponsored. Please specify your batch size below when signing up to brew the beer.

Let's Brew This!

By signing up to brew you agree to support brewing costs yourself (unless you qualify for sponsorship) and commit to brewing and donating your beer to charity. Your contact details will only be used to get in touch with you for this event, no spam.

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