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Old 11-04-2005, 10:38 AM   #1
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I'm brewing this today (Friday).

Pale LME: 3.25lbs
Amber LME: 3lbs
Corn Sugar: 1lb

[EDIT: Changed the hop Amounts]
Boil: 60min
Saaz: .88oz (25 grams)
Hallertaur: .88oz (25g)
Tettanger: .88oz (25g)

Flavor: last 10min
Saaz: .35oz (10g)
Hallertaur: .35oz (10g)
Tettanger: .53oz (15g)

Aroma: Last 2 min/steep
Saaz: .35oz (10g)
Hallertaur: .35oz (10g)
Tettanger: .35oz (10g)

Yeast: Danstar Nottingham Ale (low esters/clean ale yeast)

Hops may be slighty different amounts. I have 45g each of Saaz and Hallertauer and 50g of Tettenger. I basically want to use half of each type in the boil, 1/4 of each in the last 10 and 1/4 of each in the last 2 minutes. I might be off a bit with the math above.

I'm wondering what beer style this might be considered? I'll probably bottle with about a 2.5-3.0 CO2 level.

[EDIT: Corrected new IBU (Promash) Had wrong wort size set]
According to Promash this has 46.3 IBU
And an SRM of about 7.6

Est OG of 1.055 and Est FG of 1.010 (5.93%a/v)



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OG ended up being 1.053
Pretty hoppy. Nice wort flavor. I think I'm really going to Like this one.

Seems to me that this is basically a IPA but with German/Czeck hops.

Still don't know what style that makes it. Maybe a "British Columbian Pale Ale".



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"Denny" style.

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Looks like it falls between a strong Pale Ale and a Light IPA...

Dennys SPLIPA?

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When I first looked at the recipe I thought bitter or ESB, but the hops are really strange in that.

If you changed the yeast to the san fran lager it would have made a pilsner like brew (with ale yeast) in the form of a nice california common.

The nottingham yeast is typically pretty clean, so I agree that it will come out to be pretty close to an English IPA style, with wierd hops. Not that that's bad.

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Royalty IPA, all those noble hops this must be a princess' ale.

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Or you could leave out the czech hops and call it a GPA (german pale ale).
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