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Old 08-13-2007, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default Redhook Winterhook Winter Ale Recipe Wanted

Anyone have a recipe for a clone of Redhook's Winterhook Winter Ale? I've searched and can't find one. AG preferred.

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Old 08-13-2007, 04:28 PM   #2
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I mad one of these many many years ago. I don't have the recipe but I am about 99% sure that I had help from the guys at HombrewHeaven in Everett, WA when planning the recipe. give them a call http://www.homebrewheaven.com/

BTW it came out really good as I recall.


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I found this PM recipe online, but thats it. Anybody have an AG clone? Anybody?

Ingredients:
6# Dry Amber Extract
3# Dry light Extract
1/2# 60 degree L Crystal malt
1/2# Munich Malt
2oz. Kent Golding Hops (Boil)
1oz. Cascade Hops (10 minutes)
3oz. Blackstrap Mollasses
Wyeast Brittish Ale yeast

Preparation:
Steep the grains from cold; hold temp and steep 15 - 20 minutes @ 150 -
160 degrees.
Sparge and remove grains.
Add extract and boil one hour.
Add 2oz. Kent Goldings and boil 45 minutes.
Add Cascades and molasses for last 10 minutes of boil.
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I found two recipes in back issues of BYO magazine. Here they are for anyone who is interested:

Winterhook #1:
5 gals, OG = 1.056, FG = 1.018, IBU = 28

9.25# 2-row pale
1.5# Carastan (34* L)
0.75# CaraVienne (21* L)
0.25# CaraPils (6* L)

1.4oz Willamette (5%) 60 mins
0.5oz Willamette (5%) 10 mins
1.0oz Tettnanger 2 mins

English Ale yeast

Mash at 158dF for 60 minutes
Boil for 90 minutes
Ferment at 68dF

Winterhook #2:
5 gals, OG = 1.056, FG = 1.018, IBU = 28

7# 2-row pale
1# malted wheat
0.25# Weyermann Carafa
0.75# DeWolf-Cosyns CaraVienne
1.5# Hugh Baird Carastan

1.25oz Willamette (5%) 60 min
0.5oz Willamette (5%) 10 min
1oz Tettnanger (4.5%) 2 min

English Ale yeast

Mash at 154dF - 156dF for 45 minutes
Boil for 90 mins
Ferment at 68dF
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Old 08-23-2007, 02:47 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by krispy d
I mad one of these many many years ago. I don't have the recipe but I am about 99% sure that I had help from the guys at HombrewHeaven in Everett, WA when planning the recipe. give them a call http://www.homebrewheaven.com/

BTW it came out really good as I recall.
I agree, give them a call... Good group of guys that would be able to help!!!

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Does anyone have a Malt extract recipe of this?
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according to the redhook website:
Style: Winter Ale
ABV: 6%
Malts: Caramel, Pils, Chocolate, Vienna and NW 2-Row
Hops: Cascade, Willamette, Northern Brewer and Centennial
Bitterness Units: 42 IBU
Original Gravity: 15 degrees plato

I'd describe the color as somewhere between dark blonde and light amber, which make me wonder about their chocolate malt addition. what effect were they going for with such a small addition???

Great beer btw. I'm certainly going to try and do something similar with these ingredients. I especially like the use of pils malt in this beer.
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We brewed it last night. Its got good color so far. We'll see how it turns out in a couple weeks


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