Did a clone of Great Lakes Brewing Burning River Pale Ale. Now I am not much for hops but this beer is fantastic. Perfect balance of malty sweetness and bitter hops with a refreshing grapefruit finish. Each time I buy the sampler pack from GLBC the first three beers I have are the Burning River Pale Ale. The recipe comes as a kit from Austin Homebrew Supply. I pretty much used the kit as is but adjusted the hop schedule to cut the IBU's down a bit. Going by the recipe the IBU's would have been in the mid 70's. I moved some of the hops to the end of the boil and will dry hop using the remainder of the hops from this. I am alos fermenting this around 60F so I can try and pull out some additional graperfruit/citrus flavors from the yeast.
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