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Old 03-14-2013, 05:53 PM   #181
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I brewed a version of this on Sunday. It has been nicknamed Against All Odds Pale Ale (one of THOSE brew days ><)

7lbs Briess Golden Light LME
1lbs Crystal 60L
.25lbs Munich 10L
.25lbs Honey Malt
Irish Moss / Gypsum
Wyeast 1332 NW Ale
2oz NB @ 30
1 oz NB @15
.5oz NB @ 0

The grains smelled (and tasted!) delicious. I have high hopes for this honey pale ale
I did a 30min boil because I cannot do a full boil

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Old 03-14-2013, 05:56 PM   #182
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I brewed a version of this on Sunday. It has been nicknamed Against All Odds Pale Ale (one of THOSE brew days ><)

7lbs Briess Golden Light LME
1lbs Crystal 60L
.25lbs Munich 10L
.25lbs Honey Malt
Irish Moss / Gypsum
Wyeast 1332 NW Ale
2oz NB @ 30
1 oz NB @15
.5oz NB @ 0

The grains smelled (and tasted!) delicious. I have high hopes for this honey pale ale
I did a 30min boil because I cannot do a full boil
Looks pretty good :-) what does Irish moss do ?? I haven't used it before.

Justin.
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Old 03-14-2013, 06:14 PM   #183
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Thanks Justin! I'm super excited about it!

From what I understand, the Irish Moss helps clear the beer.

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Old 03-15-2013, 01:15 PM   #184
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Took this beer to the local brew store for testing night. It was liked by everyone the only negative was mine was cloudy, I didn't use Irish moss.

I would like a little more hop favor for me but how it is it appeals to a large number of people. They all said it was better then early brews.

Thinking of adding orange and lemon zest for a summer beer.

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Old 03-19-2013, 08:56 AM   #185
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This is a very simple pale for a brewer of any level of experience. While I enjoy doing my All Grain beers, I still brew this beer from time to time. The plus is that you only have to boil the beer for 15 minutes and you are done. So we are looking at a 2 hour brew day including clean up with a wonderful tasting hoppy yet sweet caramel flavored pale ale. And since its extract and with such a big hop bill you only need to boil the extract for 15 MINUTES!

Pours a nice copper/reddish color with a 1 finger head that sticks around leaving a nice lacing down the glass.

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6lbs Light Dry Malt Extract added to the boil
1lbs Crystal 60 add the grains to the water and steep until the water temp reaches 170 and pull them out.

Hops

2.5oz Cascade 7.5% AA at 15 min
1oz Cascade 7.5%aa at 5 min
.50 oz Cascade 7.5% at flameout
1oz Cascade 7.5% dry hop 7 days after primary fermentation has wrapped up.

This beer is great with notty as I typically use notty on my beers I want to ferment on the cooler side. I imagine any clean fermenting yeast would do well. If you want some fruity esters I have done this recipe twice with s-04.
Would I be right in thinking that you are not steeping the grain in a traditional way in this recipe ?? I.E you are putting your grain in in this when your water is cold and then slowly heat it to 170 and then remove the grain where as normally you would heat it to 170 and the introduce the grain for around 30-60 mins ?
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Old 03-19-2013, 12:36 PM   #186
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Would I be right in thinking that you are not steeping the grain in a traditional way in this recipe ?? I.E you are putting your grain in in this when your water is cold and then slowly heat it to 170 and then remove the grain where as normally you would heat it to 170 and the introduce the grain for around 30-60 mins ?
Yes. I steeped in 3 gallons, and it took about 30 mins I would say, maybe a little longer as I didn't time it, to get to 170°.
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Yes. I steeped in 3 gallons, and it took about 30 mins I would say, maybe a little longer as I didn't time it, to get to 170°.
So you put your grain in to cold water and slowly heated it ?
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So you put your grain in to cold water and slowly heated it ?
Yup, I turned the heat on high, and it slowly heated up to 170.
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Ok thanks for that have you done this recipe before ??

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Yes, it's still in the fermenter. I will be dry hopping today though. First time doing it.

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