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tgreene7 09-02-2007 06:54 PM

Developing an recipe for haus ale.
Been brewing a couple months, dont know what to call this beer, but here is what I have been doing.

9 lbs of domestic two row
1 lbs of munich
2lbs of minute rice
1.5 oz hops for 60 minutes.
.5 oz at boil out.

Safeale cal ale yeast.

For hops i am useing kent goldings.

Today I am dropping the minute rice, and adding .5 lbs 20l crystal.

I am force carbing and serving through a sanyo kegerator. Still on my first two kegs, one o sthe recipe above, and the second is a wheat. Both are light colored, but have a little bite. Very crisp and refreshing tasting to me.

desertbronze 09-02-2007 07:56 PM


Originally Posted by tgreene7
.... Very crisp and refreshing tasting to me.

That's the important thing - brew what you like to drink. Your taste buds will tell you when they want something different.

Thalon 09-02-2007 09:19 PM

Your recipe is pretty close to Edwort's popular Haus Pale Ale.. I will agree, it is tasty! :tank:

DeathBrewer 09-02-2007 09:21 PM

different grains, different hops, different yeast...how is that the same beer?

Thalon 09-02-2007 09:23 PM

Well the grain bill looks... similar... yeah. Nevermind.

Can I hide behind this icon? :drunk:

tgreene7 09-02-2007 09:29 PM

Got to give credit where credit is due, I did start with Ed' Haus Ale. No real master plan, just experimenting within proven safe parameters. IE small substitutions, to see what the ingredient does.

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