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FAST AMBER, RAGIN' RED
76.75% 2 Row - 7.5 lbs
9% Victory - 14 oz
9% C60 (or C40) - 14 oz
4% Flaked barley - 6 oz
1.25% 550L UK Roasted barley - 1.9 oz
0.5 oz Centennial (7.5 aa) @ 60. Adjust to suit your alpha acids!
1 oz Centennial @ 15 & 0
WY 1187 Ringwood
The name pretty much describes what...
I've been on a trial and error quest for the best way to get the reddish color of Irish or American Red Ales, but I'm finding it hard to do without getting a big toffee taste that can assault the mouth on the first gulp.
Great Western Malting's crystal 60 proved to be too little for the effect...
After years of saying that I wanted to make my own beer I have finally started! I first made two extract batches then moved on to BIAB (5 gallon batches). So far I have made a tripel and a belgian dark strong ale with the BIAB method. I feel like I have the process pretty well sorted with proper...
I'm new to these forums and to homebrewing. I got into this because I love red IPAs (Green Flash Hop Head Red IPA is my favorite beer), but I have trouble finding them when I buy beer, so I figured I should try to make some myself.
My first two batches have come back okay, but not great, and I...
I'm finally going to try my very first recipe. I designed it using the trial version of BeerSmith 1.4and I'd like to make a Red Ale (I used the sugested amounts for an Irish Red Ale) and here is what I got:
Irish Red Ale
Malt extract and grains (all weyermann)