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mtbaesl

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Here's a recipe that I came up with that turned out really well, thought I'd share it with you guys.

MacCol Scottish Ale

5 gallons

5lbs M&F light DME
1/2 lb crystal 40L
1/2 lb crystal 120L
1/4 lb pale malt - toasted 15 min @ 350 F
1/2 lb brown sugar
1.5 oz Kent Goldings (7.5 HBU) 60 min
0.5 oz Kent Goldings - 5 min
1/2 tsp Irish Moss
Wyeast 1728 Scottish Ale Yeast
3/4 cup corn sugar - bottling

O.G. - 1.046
F.G. - 1.012

It came out with a nice amber color, and with just a hint of the toasted pale malt. Low hop character, nice and malty. I thought it came out pretty true to style. Enjoy!

Mark
 

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Sweet! Looks good, why not put it in the recipe database so it'll be in the recipe pull down next to your name? ;)
 
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