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Old 02-15-2012, 06:10 PM   #1
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Default Need a Pale Ale recipe for 10 oz of Hops

Looking for a Pale Ale recipe. I have approx 10 oz whole leaf Cascade hops that need to be used. Looking to use them all in one 10 gal batch. Wondering if someone would put together a recipe with additional hops that I could make using all of the Cascade hops. I am pretty open and I will try anything I just need to use up these hops and they have been in my freezer a year and a half. Any help you can provide would be appreciated.

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Old 02-15-2012, 06:12 PM   #2
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What AA%?

10oz of Cascade in 10 gallons should result in an IPA - is that acceptable or were you just looking for a traditional pale ale?

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Edwort's Haus ale uses nothing but cascade hops. It doesn't use as much as you have, but I'm sure you can up the ratio if you like a hoppier beer with extra aroma.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f66/bee-...ale-ale-31793/

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Sorry I should have posted that i grew these hops in my backyard. NO AA% info, grew them dried them and sealed them in a zip lock adn in my freezer for the last year and half. SMBO says thay gotta go as they take up to much room in the freezer.

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Yea 10oz of Cascade converts to 25 gallons of EW's Haus Pale Ale. You'll probably have to make an IPA to use all of those hops in one 10g batch,

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What AA%?

10oz of Cascade in 10 gallons should result in an IPA - is that acceptable or were you just looking for a traditional pale ale?
Pale ale IPA doesn't make any difference to me at all.
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Use what you need for a pale ale, give the rest away....

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Ok I am trying to copy Edworts Haus into my Beer smith. Beersmith doesnt have Crystal 10L what should I do. Also is the Vienna US or or German anyone know? I need to scale everything up to 10 gal

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I am not a big fan of Nottingham Yeast anyone suggest a White Labs sub?

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just use any clean fermenting yeast. Notty is nice just cause it is a very clean/neutral yeast. might consider WLP001 or WLP029 for something slightly different. both are very clean. 001 if you push the ABV envelope though

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