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Old 02-15-2011, 11:30 PM   #1
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Default Simple Pale ale recipe (need help)

I'm just starting out and wanted to do a simple pale ale that I can grow from.

Using ProMash I came up with this really simple American style pale ale but needed to know what you guys think and will it work. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Generic DME -Light 3lbs
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Crystal 60L .5lbs

Centennital .5 oz Boil 60 min
Cascade 1.5 oz boil 15 min
Cascade 1.5 oz boil 5 min
Centennital 1.5 oz dry hop

WYEAST 1056


Batch Size 5.5gal
SG 1.053 / 13.09 Plato
9.5 SRM
34.9 IBU

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Old 02-15-2011, 11:35 PM   #2
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looks good, but id move that 25min addition to 15-20mins to gain some more flavor from it.

what yeast you thinking?

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Old 02-15-2011, 11:38 PM   #3
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You know I almost went with Nottingham, but at the last min decided to get the wyeast 1056

I'm going for a clean, crisp classic pale ale, easy to drink.

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I don't see why it wouldn't work. My limited knowledge says so anyways.

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I don't see why it wouldn't work. My limited knowledge says so anyways.
Yea it looks like it will just looking for suggestions, I took the one of changing the hops from 25 to 15. going to bring the IBU down to 31.3.

Looking to keep the IBU around 35.

Should I dry hop with centennial instead?
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Generic DME -Light 6lbs 91.4%
Crystal 60L 8.6%

Centennital .5 oz Boil 60 min
Cascade 1.5 oz boil 15 min
Cascade 1.5 oz boil 5 min
Centennital 1.5 oz dry hop


WYEAST 1056

Batch Size 5.5gal
SG 1.053 / 13.09 Plato
9.5 SRM
37.1 IBU

I made some chages to the hops

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looks pretty tasty. late hop additions are the tits.

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Is this Yeast ok? should I have gone with the nottingham as originally planned?

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either would be perfectly fine. Personally I like S-05 better than both, but its basically the same as 1056

for the dry hop, go with whichever smells better to u or mix them if you cant decide

oh btw, you didnt list the C60 weight, but apparently is 9oz

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either would be perfectly fine. Personally I like S-05 better than both, but its basically the same as 1056

for the dry hop, go with whichever smells better to u or mix them if you cant decide

oh btw, you didnt list the C60 weight, but apparently is 9oz
Yeah half pound for the C60 I corrected that, thanks!

Good idea on the dry hop, how much should I use?
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