This is the first brew of the year, an American Pale ale. It actually ended up more like an India Pale ale as the mash efficency came out at 78%, something I'm really happy about. I used a new batch sparging technique, which I'll say something about in a future post.
The batch was brewed 2008-03-27.
American Pale Ale
25 liters. All grain, batch sparge
15 EBC (Amber)
5400g Maris Otter malt, Thomas Fawcett
270g Crystal malt 80 EBC, Dingemans
230g Caraamber, Weyermann
200g Biscuit malt, Dingemans
66C, 60 min
30g Simcoe whole, 13.2%, 60 min
30g Cascade pellets, 5.8%, 10 min
60g Cascade pellets, 5.8%, 1 min
Wyeast Fat Tire yeast, 2.7 liter starter on magnetic stirrer
OG: 1.060 FG: 1.012 abv: 6.3%
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:-) Good to see you brewin' Welcome back!
Please tell us about your new mashing technique on our norwegian forum:
Glad to see you're back. Yea I want to hear about this "new technique"
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