Cascadian DANK Ale
As the title suggests, this one puts the emphasis on the hop flavor/nose, and recalls a dark, dank, piney forest in the PNW. Just a hint of roastiness, with a nice complex malty flavor. I don't post a lot of recipes, but this one is a winner. Clear jet black with a 1/4" off white head that leaves trails of lace down the glass. Nice rounded bitterness, assertive while not being enamel-stripping. Cheers!
8.75lbs 2-row pale (2.0 SRM)
2.0 lbs Munich (9.0 SRM)
0.75lbs Carafa III (525 SRM)
0.75lbs Crystal 60 (60 SRM)
0.5lbs Special Roast (50 SRM)
1.0oz Columbus FWH (14.4 AA)
1.0oz Perle 10min (7.7 AA)
1.0oz Centennial 5min (10.3 AA)
Dry hop for final 10 days with 1oz each of Columbus, Centennial, and Simcoe
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