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Old 11-12-2012, 02:39 AM   #81
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I am going to try this as a 1 gallon recipe using:
1 lb light dme
6oz Agave
.33lb crystal 60
1 oz cascade hops
You think the 60 is a little high for a 1 gallon? Maybe .2 lbs would be better ratio for this recipe, if you're copying it.

 
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Old 11-12-2012, 04:10 AM   #82
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This is a very simple pale for a brewer of any level of experience. While I enjoy doing my All Grain beers, I still brew this beer from time to time. The plus is that you only have to boil the beer for 15 minutes and you are done. So we are looking at a 2 hour brew day including clean up with a wonderful tasting hoppy yet sweet caramel flavored pale ale. And since its extract and with such a big hop bill you only need to boil the extract for 15 MINUTES!

Pours a nice copper/reddish color with a 1 finger head that sticks around leaving a nice lacing down the glass.

Grain/Extracts

6lbs Light Dry Malt Extract added to the boil
1lbs Crystal 60 add the grains to the water and steep until the water temp reaches 170 and pull them out.

Hops

2.5oz Cascade 7.5% AA at 15 min
1oz Cascade 7.5%aa at 5 min
.50 oz Cascade 7.5% at flameout
1oz Cascade 7.5% dry hop 7 days after primary fermentation has wrapped up.

This beer is great with notty as I typically use notty on my beers I want to ferment on the cooler side. I imagine any clean fermenting yeast would do well. If you want some fruity esters I have done this recipe twice with s-04.
I am a new brewer. I think I will be trying this after The kit I just bought. Thanks for sharing!!!!

 
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:30 PM   #83
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You think the 60 is a little high for a 1 gallon? Maybe .2 lbs would be better ratio for this recipe, if you're copying it.
I'm quite new to brewing, and you bring up a good point. I end up using about .25lbs knowing it wasn't exactly scaled down because I only used 1lb DME. Also used about 6oz of organic blue agave syrup at the beginning of the boil.

In addition, all I had was Safale 05 yeast, which I used. So, this was quite an experimental little batch. Will be dry hopping sometime next week. I will let you know how it turns out.

It was so easy doing a 15 minute boil. If this turns out even remotely good I will be doing this in a full 5 gallon batch. And if I do I will be using a White Labs yeast.

Cheers!

 
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Old 11-19-2012, 01:36 AM   #84
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Brewed this last night! Pitched Notty and she's churning away! Thanks for the recipe! This really did cut out some time. I was able to brew and cleanup after the kids went to bed. OG sample tasted great! Looking forward to getting this in a keg!

 
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:59 AM   #85
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I just updated the recipe notes. You want to add the grains to the water as soon as you turn on your burner and steep them until the water reaches 170 and pull them out.
after pulling the grains do i add the dme? then return to a boil then start adding my hops?

 
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:24 PM   #86
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after pulling the grains do i add the dme? then return to a boil then start adding my hops?
You want to pull your grains when the temp gets over 170. I usually start mixing in the dme while the water is heating up to boiling temp.

 
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Old 11-30-2012, 05:03 AM   #87
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What do you think of Wyeast 1056 for this? I have an IPA in the primary, and I'd like to re-use the yeast cake.

 
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Old 11-30-2012, 08:28 PM   #88
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1056 would be an excellent yeast for this pale ale.

I just brewed this and went with 05, which is the same yeast strain as 1056.

 
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Old 11-30-2012, 08:53 PM   #89
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Awesome - thanks for letting me know!

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1056 would be an excellent yeast for this pale ale.

I just brewed this and went with 05, which is the same yeast strain as 1056.

 
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Old 12-02-2012, 04:33 PM   #90
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Bottled my 1 gallon agave batch last night. My sample tasted GREAT. Refer back to my recipe on how I reduced it to 1 gallon. I'm now going to brew this in a full 5 gallon using some agave again.

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