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Old 03-17-2007, 04:33 PM   #1
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Next weekend I’m going to do my first batch from a recipe (no kit). I want to do English brown ale or nut brown ale (ala Newcastle or Samuel Smiths). Does anyone have an extract recipe they can recommend?

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Old 03-17-2007, 05:57 PM   #2
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Here's my Underground Ale recipe, similar brew to Newcastle:

2oz crystal 55
2oz chocolate malt
1oz black patent malt

6lbs light DME

1/2oz Target 8%AA for 60 minutes
1/2oz EK Goldings 4.75%AA for 15 minutes

Please note, these hop additions are calibrated for a 2.5gallon boil so you may need to adjust if you are using less water.

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Old 03-17-2007, 06:01 PM   #3
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Here's mine:

3.3 pounds amber LME
2 lbs amber DME

8 oz crystal crystal malt 60L

1 oz Willamette 60 minutes
1/2 oz Willamette 5 minutes

Yeast (I used dry Nottingham both times)

Steep crystal in grain bag in 2 gallons water at 155 for 20 minutes. Discard grains. Bring to a boil, add LME and DME (take off heat while adding!). Bring to a boil again, and add bittering hops. Boil 55 minutes and add finishing hops. Cool to 70 degrees and add water to 5 gallons. Pitch yeast.

OG should be 1.046
FG should be 1.012

This tastes remarkable similar to Newcastle to me.

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Just curious, what would happen if you added the LME/DME while the pot was on the heat?

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The reason you take it off of the heat is so that you do not scorch the malt.

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LME can sink to the bottom very fast. If you're over a good flame it's easy to scorch. Burnt flakes floating around the wort aren't really a good thing.

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I'm a few batches into homebrewing and generally a good direction-follower, so i never had to deal with floaty malties. Maybe you could make them intentionally and market it as a breakfast cereal?

BTW, just had my 2nd taste/bottle of Nut Brown Ale (+1% boost) and wow. I'm sweating and feel pretty good. Long Live Beer!

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