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Old 07-31-2010, 09:35 PM   #1
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Default Can you Brew It recipe for Mission Street Pale Ale

All recipes are (unless otherwise specified): 6 gallons post-boil, 70% efficiency, Morey for color, 15% evaporation, 7.27 gallons preboil, Rager IBU, and most hops are in grams not ounces. Most, if not all recipes are primary only (no secondary).

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OG 1044
IBUs 12.2
SRM 4.1

3.85kg Pale Malt 80%
720g Munich 15%
240g Carapils 5%

90 minute boil

7g Fuggles 4.75%AA at 90m
7g Chinook 13%AA at 30m
24g Cascade 6% at 0m
24g Centennial 10.5%AA at 0m
24g Centennial dry hop
24g Cascade dry hop

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Mash at 145F for 60m, 155F for 10m, then mash out

RO Water, gypsum and CaCl to 100ppm

Cool to 17C and pitch, raise to 19C after 24 hours.

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IBU is calculated lower due to the 45 minute whirlpool which provides not IBUs according to Rager. However, Chad did not use a long whirlpool, so he changed the hops to Chinook at 60m and Cascade/Centennial at 30m. Chad dry hopped at 5 days in primary and cold crashed at 10 days, kegged at 15 days. He did not that the sample he tasted after crashing did not taste right, but after carbing, that off-flavor went away.

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Firestone Walker Pale 31 is a blend of a Mission Street Pale Ale and Double Barrel Ale. I will add a thread for both Pale 31 and Double Barrel Ale once I have them on iTunes.

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Old 04-17-2011, 02:40 AM   #3
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This recipe is outstanding! Anyone interested in a light ale with great American citrus hop flavor should give this a try. It is a little more aggressively hopped than your standard pale ale but it is delicious. I went with Simcoe for the 90 and 30 minute additions and the beer turned out great. Its a lower alcohol quaffer for all the hop heads out there. Cheers.

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Old 04-19-2011, 02:58 AM   #4
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I'm looking forward to making this one. I've had the actual Mission Street Pale Ale several times and always wondered what it would be like if it wasn't mishandled by Trader Joes the minute it came off the truck from the Firestone Walker boys. (Warm storage under fluorescent lights all day? Yeesh.) The bottles are always skunked or oxidized, but you can really tell there is a fantastic beer under the off flavors. Looking at this recipe, I'm salivating for the beer this is meant to be.

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Old 06-19-2011, 06:52 PM   #5
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Anyone have any clue as to the hop schedule for the Mission Street IPA? I just bought some the other day and really fell in love with it. It was a very smooth drinking IPA. I'd love to make something similar if I could.

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The IBU's seem a little low to me for a pale ale... I'm still learning a bunch so maybe I'm wrong. According to my beercalculus with my pale ale I had to keep fadangling with earlier additions to hit 30 IBU mark, going by a standard American pale ale though maybe that is why?

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The IBU's seem a little low to me for a pale ale... I'm still learning a bunch so maybe I'm wrong. According to my beercalculus with my pale ale I had to keep fadangling with earlier additions to hit 30 IBU mark, going by a standard American pale ale though maybe that is why?
Fadangling?
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The IBU's seem a little low to me for a pale ale... I'm still learning a bunch so maybe I'm wrong. According to my beercalculus with my pale ale I had to keep fadangling with earlier additions to hit 30 IBU mark, going by a standard American pale ale though maybe that is why?
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Fadangling?

does "Fandangle" work better for you
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The method used for measuring bitterness uses the assumption that flameout additions contribute zero IBUs. They discuss it a little in the show.

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does "Fandangle" work better for you

I think the word you are after is "finagling."
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