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Yooper 01-28-2009 12:33 AM

Da Yooper's House Pale Ale
 
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5 pounds pale malt (I used marris otter)
3 pounds vienna malt
2 pounds Munich malt
1/2 pound crystal 20L
1/2 pound crystal 60L

1 ounce Cascade 60 minutes
.75 ounce cascade 30 minutes
1 ounce Cascade 10 minutes
1/2 ounce cascade 5 minutes
1/2 ounce cascade flameout

1 ounce cascade (dryhop)

I used homegrown cascade for the late hopping additions, so had to guestimate the final IBUs, but used commercial pellet hops for the bittering additions (8% AAU).

Mashed at 154. Fermented at low ale temps (62) for two weeks, then dryhopped for a week.

This beer is my attempt at Lakefront Brewery's Cream City Pale Ale. I don't know if it's close- we don't have any to compare it to! But i was going for a slightly bitter, malt forward, APA. It worked! This beer is balanced, but definitely an APA. It's our new "house beer".

allenH 08-12-2012 04:28 AM

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Forgot whirfloc and I didn't strain anything on the way to the fermenter, only my 2nd AG, 2nd time kegging also. Came out super cloudy, almost muddy looking. Vented the keg and added gelatin, after 2 days, I have this

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Clearest beer I have ever made, damn tasty too.


Chuckabrewski 01-14-2013 12:04 AM

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Well it ended up more of an amber then a pale ale (even though the pic looks brown). I split the batch with a friend it was my first time using my turkey fryer burner and keggel boiled off about 2 gallons. Both ended up with 2 gallons each in the fermenter. The OG was 1.070.

Although it wasn't under the most ideal circumstances I learned a lot about grain and my system. Thanks again to everyone who helped out. I'm already looking forward to brewing this with the correct ingredients.

RUNningonbrew 04-28-2013 10:41 PM

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Added some centennial to the recipe it's fantastic!



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Esmitee 02-25-2014 03:58 AM

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.I have not seen on this great thread, a lot of pictures of your finished product in a glass,

Here's mine from the keg.

I may have subbed a 1/2 lb of crystal 40 for lack of something and maybe 8 oz of Munich?

I love this color





Fermented for 2 weeks in primary,dry hopped for 10 days cold crashed for 3 days @ 34f, Racked to keg chilling in UN insulated side of garage on floor, gets cold enough here in nj. All Cascades, Love it. this is the 5th batch I made now, Everyone loves it... I bottled the other 5 gals this time.. Thank You again Yooper


Esmitee 02-25-2014 03:58 AM

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.I have not seen on this great thread, a lot of pictures of your finished product in a glass,

Here's mine from the keg.

I may have subbed a 1/2 lb of crystal 40 for lack of something and maybe 8 oz of Munich?

I love this color





Fermented for 2 weeks in primary,dry hopped for 10 days cold crashed for 3 days @ 34f, Racked to keg chilling in UN insulated side of garage on floor, gets cold enough here in nj. All Cascades, Love it. this is the 5th batch I made now, Everyone loves it... I bottled the other 5 gals this time.. Thank You again Yooper


geoffm33 04-04-2014 02:35 AM

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Brewing this right now for the first time.
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Wulfman 04-05-2014 08:13 PM

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Made about ten batches of this recipe using grain bill! Love it! I have a imperial style going on right now on, OG 1.102! First beer this big! Using citra Amarillo and galena! Thanks Yoop!


Wulfman 05-19-2014 04:08 AM

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Just finished a 10.6% version of this beer. I used gelana, citra and amarillo. Dry hopped with citra and cascade. One of my best beers! Thanks Yooper! OG 1.103 1.022


Esmitee 06-03-2014 02:21 AM

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This is what you wanted to copy.... I'm afraid it didn't work..............

I'm so glad your recipe is sooo much better.

I just drank this bottle. IMHO, it don't come close to being as tasty as yours.



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