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Old 11-09-2008, 12:13 AM   #1
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Default All-Grain - Creamy Blonde

Recipe Type: All Grain
Yeast: S-05
Yeast Starter: NO
Additional Yeast or Yeast Starter: NO
Batch Size (Gallons): 5.3
Original Gravity: 1.043
Final Gravity: 1.011
IBU: 18.5
Boiling Time (Minutes): 90
Color: 5.3
Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 10
Tasting Notes: Light, crisp, refreshing, lawnmower beer...

Style Cream Ale Efficiency 70.00 %
Pre-boil Volume 7.40 gallons US
OG 1.045
IBU 18.5
Mash Ratio 1.25 qt/l
Post-boil Volume 5.30 gallons US
FG 1.011
SRM 3.5
Mash Time 60 min
Boil Time 90 min
Yeast S-05
ABV 4.4 %
Evaporation 1.4 gallons
Attenuation 75.00 %
Mash Schedule
Type Start Temp End Temp Method Ramp Minutes Step Minutes Instructions
alpha 152 F 152 F infusion 0 60 Mash in with 2.9 gallons US of water at 164.9 F
sparge 170 F 170 F fly 0 30 Sparge with 5.8 gallons US at 170.0F to collect 7.4 gallons US
Fermentables
Name Quantity Percent Extract Potential SRM Method
American Two-Row 6.5 lb 70.3 % 1.037/lb/gal 1.8 Mash
Cara-Pils Dextrine 0.75 lb 8.1 % 1.030/lb/gal 7.9 Mash
Corn (Flaked) 2 lb 21.6 % 1.030/lb/gal 7.9 Mash
Totals: 9.25 pounds 100% 1.045 3.5
Hops
Name Quantity Form Alpha Stage Time
Cascade 0.25 oz Leaf 7.4 FWH 90
Cascade 0.25 oz Leaf 7.4 Boil 90
Cascade 0.25 oz Leaf 7.4 Boil 20
Totals: 0.75 ounces 18.5 IBU
Carbonation
CO2 Volume Presure Serving Temp
2.5 11.25 psi 38.0F

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Old 01-26-2009, 04:53 AM   #2
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How did this turn out?
What makes this a "Cream" ale?
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Old 01-26-2009, 10:17 AM   #3
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It was really good... it is, as staed in the tasting notes... Light, refreshing and crisp.

The flaked corn is what makes it a cream ale...

I brewed it once last summer, it was a great beer, have no brewed it since with all of the remodeling of the HERMS and getting my seasonal beers out.

Try it!

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I do one really similar to this...that was born out of "what i had hanging around". Went like this:

7.5 2 row
1.5 flaked corn
.5 carapils
.5 biscuit

Hopped it with 1oz 3% hallertauer at 60 and .5 of 4% saaz at 30 and 5.

Had corriander, smashed the snot out of an ounce and chucked it in at 8 mins.

Half ounce of sweet orange...in at 5.

The yeast on hand happened to be WYEAST Kolsch. So I have no clue what I made, but I've made it twice and its damn good.

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Old 07-21-2009, 12:55 AM   #5
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Well, this is worth brewing just from the name!

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This is a good beer guys... great beer for those who dont like "homebrew".

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This will be my inaugural brew on the BREWT 1.0 (a BrewBeast system clone). Firing her up today!

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This will be my inaugural brew on the BREWT 1.0 (a BrewBeast system clone). Firing her up today!
Cool, very cool... let me know how that goes!! AWESOME
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