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johnnytaco 09-24-2012 10:33 PM

Stoned American Brown Ale
I used a recipe for a northern english brown and added a few lbs extra grain, then used the hop schedule from the Stone Pale Ale

16.5 lb Maris Otter
2lb Munich 10L
2lb American 60L Crystal
12oz Chocolate malt

60 minute mash @ 150 degree F

90 minute boil shcedule

Right before boil, I added 2 pkg of Burton Salts
.9oz Colombus 15.5%AA @90 min
1.54oz Ahtanum 5.2%AA 4.9%Beta @ 10 min
1 Whirflock Tablet @ 10 min
2.4oz Ahtanum 5.2%AA 4.9%Beta @ F/O

Like I said, this is my first attempt at a Brown Ale. I love it. Definately will try again. After two weeks in the bottle, it has conditioned into a nice beer. The extra hops add a layer of flavor that isn't in most browns, but is nice if you're American and are used to hoppier beers. My friends say it's like a Newcastle on steroids.

johnnytaco 12-19-2012 02:20 PM

I've done this recipe twice now and I think it's great. I kegged the last batch and after ten days on gas in the fridge, it's just as good, if not better than the bottled version. I did 5 gal with White Labs Burton ale yeast and the other 5 with the White Labs London Ale yeast. I prefer the English, but if you give this a try I'd like some feedback. This is a darker brown than Newcastle. It retains a nice malty flavor, has a good head and doesn't really remind me of Stone Pale Ale until I burp. Then the taste is the same.

CrystalShip 12-19-2012 11:51 PM

what is sugar trim?

johnnytaco 01-17-2013 03:52 PM


Originally Posted by CrystalShip (Post 4699706)
what is sugar trim?

It was a reference on something that I'm not supposed to talk about on HBT and I deleted it because it's still illegal on a federal level. Please forgive me for the reference.

Firebeeman 05-21-2014 11:33 PM

When you added the Ahtanum. You said @F/O. What do you mean by F/O?

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Roadie 05-21-2014 11:55 PM


Originally Posted by Firebeeman (Post 6144171)
When you added the Ahtanum. You said @F/O. What do you mean by F/O?

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F/O = flame out. When boil is done and you turn flame off.

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