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The Pol 10-28-2008 11:53 PM

Circle City Brewing Haus Ale
6 lbs 2-Row ($7.26)
.50 lbs Caramel Pils ($.86)
.50 lbs Crystal 20L ($.70)
.50 lbs Vienna ($.81)

.25 oz Cascade Leaf (7.4AA) FWH ($.30)
.25 oz Cascade Leaf (7.4AA) @ 90 min ($.30)
.25 oz Cascade Leaf (7.4AA) @ 35 min ($.30)
.25 oz Cascade Leaf (7.4AA) @ 20 min ($.30)

Mash 150F for 60 mins
Mashout 168F for 15 mins
Runoff 7.4 gallons
Boil 90 mins
Post-boil 5.3 gallons

Yeast: Rehydrated US-05/Nottingham/WLP001 etc... ($1.96)

Ferment 65F

Total cost for ingredients: $12.79
Total cost to run E-HLT: $.28
Total cost to run E-BK: $.90

Total cost to brew: $13.97


nghtmre4u 03-26-2009 01:33 PM

Gonna brew this up today thanks for the recipe.

The Pol 03-26-2009 03:10 PM

Cool, I keep this on tap at all times, generally, I have 1.5 kegs of it here now.

The Pol 04-08-2009 04:20 PM


Originally Posted by nghtmre4u (Post 1220244)
Gonna brew this up today thanks for the recipe.

How did it go? It has been 2 weeks, so it should be ready to get kegged or bottled being as light as it is.

the_bird 04-08-2009 04:27 PM

Question; why's this listed as a Belgian/French ale? It's a domestic yeast, domestic hops, mostly domestic malts... looks like a good beer, but not French or Belgian!

The Pol 04-08-2009 04:31 PM

It depends on how you pronounce it... hello!
It can be moved, honestly, I dont know why!

nghtmre4u 05-06-2009 01:19 AM

well i kegged it today i let it sit a little longer waiting for a spot for it.I have to say chilled and flat it tasted pretty damn good.Cant wait till its carbed to get a good taste will post back in a few days.

The Pol 05-06-2009 01:38 AM

I have my NO CHILL version of it kegged and it is fabulous. Well, I mean it is a great light, easy drinking beer. It is an EXCELLENT gateway beer for those just trying homebrew.

The Pol 05-09-2009 05:41 PM

OP updated with photo

nghtmre4u 05-10-2009 12:05 AM

well it is carbed and a very tasty light beer just what i was looking for for the bmc crowd this summer and enough taste for me to enjoy by the pool.I will be brewing more of this.I used notty have you tried 05 what yeasts have you tried and what one do you like best?Thanks

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