Originally Posted by HotRodBrewing
I know I haven't been on here much, but wanted to see what all grain recipes you guys have collected using only cascade hops. A co-worker harvested a full pound for me, and I'm trying to figure out what to do. Figure the best way would some cascade only pale ales and CPAs.
I make a Cream Ale that I can't keep in the fridge - Everyone around here seems to drink it up about as fast as I can make it. Nothing but Cascade hops.
Domestic 2 Row - 8 lbs.
Carapils - 8 oz.
Flaked Corn - 2 lbs.
Cascade (60 min) 1.5 oz.
Cascade (2 min) 1 oz.
American Ale, US-05 or BRY-97 yeast (I prefer the BRY-97)
6.5 gal volume - 60 min. boil
Yield - Approx 5.25 gal.
IBU - 28.4
SRM - 3.2
ABV - 4.3%
This is a slightly "hoppier" version of a recipe I started making some time ago. The original called for only 1 oz. Cascade at the boil. It comes out good but a little maltier. Both recipes turn out a very refreshing beer. Great for a hot afternoon.