Alrighty, my first post here. I currently have a Iron-master Irish stout bottled, and doing it's thing, so to pass the time, I kinda made up/ had some insight from the owner of the local brew store. I wanted a Hoppy Amber ale, and this is what I ended up with. He was all out of Amber malt btw.
Beirkeller Light Liquid Malt (3.5lbs)
Beirkeller Dark Liquid Malt (3.5lbs)
Cascade Pellets .5 for 60m
Cascade Pellets .5 for 30m
Cascade Leaf 1.0 at 5 m
So, any ideas/ thoughts? I know it will be hoppy, so I will probably tone it down a tad, but I wanted a amber that was kinda bitter/crisp for warm weather.
Excuse me if it looks wrong, I an new to the brewing thing, and could have messed a weight up.