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Ace_Club 02-14-2010 08:33 PM

English Bitter
 
Used the following:

3# light LME
1# amber DME
.5# Caramalt

1 oz. Kent Goldings for 60 minutes
1 oz. Kent Goldings for 1 minute

Did a partial volume boil with a boil OG of 1.070. For more hop bitterness/flavor/aroma, I would boil with a lower OG in the boil and split the 1 minute hop addition into .5 oz. for 15 minutes and .5 oz. for 2 minutes. Otherwise, this was a very good session beer.

Ace_Club 12-07-2010 06:12 PM

Update: I have made this same recipe with both Windsor and Nottingham dry yeast. Both produce excellent results. The Windsor yeast requires more time to clear, but produces more esters than the Nottingham does. Regardless, either dry yeast would work very well with this recipe.

abomb79 11-21-2012 02:10 PM

what were your volumes for this one? and have you used any of the safale 05 or 04? recipe sounds great.

Ace_Club 11-21-2012 02:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by abomb79
what were your volumes for this one? and have you used any of the safale 05 or 04? recipe sounds great.

5 gallons for volume. I have not tried it with Safale.


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