American Pale Ale Da Yooper's House Pale Ale - Page 51 - Home Brew Forums

Register Now!
Home Brew Forums > HomeBrewTalk.com Recipe Database > Homebrew Ale Recipes > American Pale Ale Da Yooper's House Pale Ale

Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 04-28-2013, 09:41 PM   #501
RUNningonbrew
Recipes 
 
Dec 2011
Posts: 325
Liked 35 Times on 20 Posts


Added some centennial to the recipe it's fantastic!



Click image for larger version

Name:	image-3538524216.jpg
Views:	877
Size:	33.6 KB
ID:	118657

 
Reply With Quote
Old 05-07-2013, 03:02 PM   #502
jamieofthenorth
Recipes 
 
May 2012
, Maine
Posts: 47
Liked 5 Times on 4 Posts


Bottled four weeks now and it's fantastic. Wow. Best brew I've done so far.

 
Reply With Quote
Old 05-07-2013, 07:20 PM   #503
Gold_Robber
Recipes 
 
Jan 2013
Posts: 128
Liked 5 Times on 4 Posts


Quote:
Originally Posted by jamieofthenorth View Post
Bottled four weeks now and it's fantastic. Wow. Best brew I've done so far.
What is it about the brew that you like so much?

I bottled mine 2 days ago. I drank a bit of it out of the carboy and I loved the balanced 'maltiness' of it. I think I needed to add some more aroma hops, but won't be sure for 2 more weeks.

 
Reply With Quote
Old 05-13-2013, 09:30 PM   #504
b-boy
16%er
HBT_LIFETIMESUPPORTER.png
 
b-boy's Avatar
Recipes 
 
Jun 2011
The Frozen Tundra, NY
Posts: 4,311
Liked 1207 Times on 788 Posts


I'm officially adopting this grain bill as my go to grain bill for pale ales. I've done other pale ales and they've been a little one-dimensional in the malt department. This really works well. I like the malt balance it gives me.

I've done this recipe a few times. I've started swapping out hops to change it up a bit. It works well with everything. I just kegged an all amarillo version of this and it is really nice.
__________________
Never underestimate the potential of someone who refuses to act their age.

 
Reply With Quote
Old 05-13-2013, 09:31 PM   #505
tre9er
Recipes 
 
Jan 2012
Lincoln, NE
Posts: 4,369
Liked 242 Times on 197 Posts


I don't stock Munich, so I use all Vienna in it's place, and my %'s are slightly different, but the mix of the malts is a nice backbone for PA/IPA. My last one was a Cascade/Amarillo PA that is pretty good. Doing a Nugget/Cascade this weekend or this week.
__________________
_________________________________
Skal!
Den Faaborg Bryggeri

Quote:
Originally Posted by davekippen View Post
Open log Fermenting and gas-can secondary?? I am planning my next brew right now!!

 
Reply With Quote
Old 05-19-2013, 01:08 AM   #506
volks_r_us
Recipes 
 
Apr 2013
Northest, Canada
Posts: 34
Liked 2 Times on 2 Posts


need to try this :-)

 
Reply With Quote
Old 05-21-2013, 03:50 PM   #507
Benzene
Recipes 
 
Sep 2011
Plano, TX
Posts: 60
Liked 5 Times on 5 Posts


Bottled my second batch of this last night. Sample tasted pretty good. I shifted the hop additions later in the boil for less bitterness and more aroma:

.5 ounce Cascade 60 minutes
.5 ounce cascade 30 minutes
1 ounce Cascade 10 minutes
1 ounce cascade 5 minutes
1 ounce cascade flameout
1 ounce cascade dry hop.

We'll see.

 
Reply With Quote
Old 05-22-2013, 04:26 PM   #508
tre9er
Recipes 
 
Jan 2012
Lincoln, NE
Posts: 4,369
Liked 242 Times on 197 Posts


My Nugget/Cascade variation of this (I'm calling it "Nuggetade") is fabulous out of the FV right now. Currently crashing it after 8 day primary at 64, raising to 67 the last 3 of the 8 total days. I have 20/10/5/0 hop additions after a FWH bittering, and I used Vienna, C40, and Oats because I don't stock Munich or various crystal malts, just 40L. It's got great hop flavor, almost sweet, but it's dry at 1.007. My OG was 1.044, so this is a sessionable 4.9%, perfect for the warmer weather that's here/coming!

I'll dry-hop in keg this weekend while carbing. Probably start drinking it Saturday or Sunday.
__________________
_________________________________
Skal!
Den Faaborg Bryggeri

Quote:
Originally Posted by davekippen View Post
Open log Fermenting and gas-can secondary?? I am planning my next brew right now!!

Gold_Robber Likes This 
Reply With Quote
Old 06-03-2013, 02:03 PM   #509
bobeer
Recipes 
 
Feb 2012
Round Hill, VA
Posts: 1,845
Liked 266 Times on 220 Posts


I brewed a little 2.5 gallon biab version of this and it turned out great. I DH'ed with summit and I think that was a great idea. It really has a nice nose to it. One of the best beers I've brewed for sure. Got 1.060 og and 1.011 or so fg and it's a perfect beer for any time of the day. It went from wort to glass in little over 4 weeks. Thanks Yooper for sharing this recipe; I'm going to brew this again very soon since I can't stop drinking it! I think I'm going to do a bigger hop edition at the 5 min mark for even more hop flavor and aroma but I don't want to tweak it too much since it's so good the way it is.
__________________
Camp Brew Co.
Primary: IryePA 5.0
2ndary aging: None
On Tap: IryePA 4.0, AmberHop ale-session version
Bottled: Bourbon Bbl Po' Boy Stout, Bourbon Oak Brolic Strong ale

 
Reply With Quote
Old 06-19-2013, 01:36 AM   #510
spokehead
HBT_SUPPORTER.png
 
spokehead's Avatar
Recipes 
 
Nov 2012
Posts: 18


Just tapped the keg for this recipe that was my second all-grain brew. Turned out great. Thanks very much. I've got three in primary fermentation right now. A modified Sierra Nevada Torpedo. Had some extract lying around, so I used 4 lbs Morebeer Munich lme, 6 lbs ldme, 1 lb carafoam, 6 oz. biscuit and 1 lb caravienne, with the Torpedo hop schedule. Then I did two wheat all grain recipes. Same grain bill but different hops; one trying to emulate the Boulevard 80-Acre hoppy wheat, which I had in Chicago a few weeks ago, and the other with a traditional witbeer recipe with coriander and orange peel (hop schedule from Diable Blanche from Stephen Snyder's book, though I did substitute hops from that recipe, replacing the Hallertau with Mt. Hood, the Tettnang with Willamette, and the Saaz with Crystal). Five lbs Belgian pilsner, 2.5 lbs malted wheat, 2.5 lbs flaked wheat, and 1 lb clover honey, using an English ale yeast. We'll see. But your house pale ale may become my house pale ale. Just lovin' this brewin' stuff. BTW, the Morebeer Munich malt is 50% Munich and 50% pale.

 
Reply With Quote


Reply
Thread Tools


Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
New House Pale Ale HumboldtBrewer Recipes/Ingredients 1 01-30-2013 02:47 AM
WLP008 - Yooper's Pale Ale? beerspitnight Fermentation & Yeast 4 12-04-2012 01:48 AM
6th Brew Today, 2/12/12- Yooper's House Pale Ale JeffoC6 Beginners Beer Brewing Forum 5 02-14-2012 03:48 PM
Yooper's Pale ale bluemoose General Beer Discussion 6 07-09-2011 12:55 AM


Forum Jump