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Toecutter 07-15-2011 03:08 AM

Toecutters House Honey Amber Ale
 
I like Honey malt, so i whipped up this recipe and dry hopped it with amarillo. been drinking it for a couple of weeks now, friends love it, so i thought i would share the recipe. It's next on the rebrew list. Ingriedients below for a 10 gallon batch

Grain

14.0 lbs American 2 row
6.0 lbs Vienna
1.0 lbs honey malt
.5 lbs Caramel Crystal 15L
.5 lbs Caramel Crystal 30L
1.0 lb white wheat (for head retention)

mash in at 152 DG for 60 minutes. fly or batch sparge. Add hops as follows :

2.0 oz Cascade 6.0 % IBu for 60 minutes
1.0 oz Cascade 5.5% IBU 30 minutes
1.0 oz Cascade 5.5 % IBU 5 minutes
2.0 oz Amarillo 8.8 % IBU (dry Hop)

Ferment for 14 days @ 65 DG. crash chill for 3 days. siphon to 2 corneys, then fill a 2 clean short nylon stockings with 1 oz each of amarillo pellets. add something to weigh down the pellets. Tie off the opening to the stockings. drop into each keg. chill, carb for 1-2 weeks or longer and enjoy

Toecutter 07-23-2011 08:29 PM

I just dropped 10 gallons of this into the fermenter. I used the hopback this time with 1oz centennial and 1 oz amarillo for aroma.

Toecutter 08-18-2012 03:35 PM

Just cracking a new keg of this today........MMMMMM......

ChuckCollins 09-05-2012 08:57 PM

might have to try it out :mug:

Toecutter 09-06-2012 01:38 AM

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Originally Posted by ChuckCollins (Post 4389346)
might have to try it out :mug:

You should. I'm drinking some right now. It's a beautiful beer. It's the color of Honey. You can also try other hops for dry hopping, cascade, Centennial, etc.

camgolfer 02-04-2013 04:21 PM

I am going to try this beer as brew #2 in my all-grain adventure. Sounds great, will be a great spring brew and should be easy enough for this new step for me. Strictly a new guy question though, if I am scaling this down to a 5.5 gallon batch should I just halve your recipe? Or are there things to consider with the ratios that a smaller batch may warrant?

Toecutter 02-05-2013 12:37 AM

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Originally Posted by camgolfer (Post 4862976)
I am going to try this beer as brew #2 in my all-grain adventure. Sounds great, will be a great spring brew and should be easy enough for this new step for me. Strictly a new guy question though, if I am scaling this down to a 5.5 gallon batch should I just halve your recipe? Or are there things to consider with the ratios that a smaller batch may warrant?

yes. Split the recipe. I just ran out the other day, so I am brewing it next. Dont forget to dry hop. Amarillo or Centennial work best

Toecutter 03-06-2014 02:32 AM

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Just cracked a new keg. This one I dry hopped with Citra. its wonderful. beautiful color too

brewens 03-16-2014 02:26 AM

I am cooking her now. I'll let you know in a few weeks. Thanks for the recipe.

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Peam 04-02-2014 01:37 PM

Going to try this recipe out today. Couldn't get Amarillo so I substituted with Centennial and I have a few subtle tweaks.


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