Originally Posted by bell0347
Hi, I browsed the recipe data bank and found several for an Irish Red Ale. Does anyone have any suggestions for a good partial mash Irish Red or one off the list that you have personal experience with. I have a 24qt. brew pot so It has to be a 3.5 gallon boil and looking for a 5 -6 gallon batch size. This will only be my second batch to brew so nothing too crazy. I've sat in on a couple of brew sessions and have a couple of good books so I think I have a pretty good understanding of the basic techniques. I aint skeerd!
Thanks for any input!
You mention having a few good books. I would recommend, Brewing Classic Styles
, by Jamil Zainasheff & John Palmer. The recipes are award winning and cover I believe all styles of beer.
They are set up as extract brews and yet offer an all grain option for each recipe.
I now almost only brew the recipes from this book with the exception of my house beer. It is borrowed from our own Ed Wort and it is his Haus Ale.