Football Season – Brown Ale

August 9, 2012

Beer Recipes, General posting

When football season comes out I go all out for brewing.  But since there are so many people that drink my beer when it comes to it, I like to go simple.  My crazy beers have a special place in my heart and I will always hold them close, but I don’t think my friends that like commerical beer have the same appreciation for them.   So in general simple is better.

This recipe is a pretty easy recipe, not to many bells or whistles to it.  It is the type of beer that pairs well with just about any football food and in general is just an easy beer to drink.  If you are looking for all-grain go with M.O as the substitute.

Football Brown Ale

1.5 lbs Crystal 60L

2 oz Roasted Barley

5 lbs Liquid Light LME

.5 oz Styrian Goldings (60min)

.5 oz Styrian Goldings (15min)

.5 oz Cascade (3 min)

WLP 013 or Windser dry yeast

OG: 1.042

FG: 1.013

SRM : 17

IBU: 18.7

ABV: 3.9%

Directions:

  • Steep grains at 150 for 30 min in 2.5 gallons of water
  • Take grains out, don’t ring the bag
  • Add LME to pot
  • Bring to a boil
  • Add .5 oz Styrian Goldings in beginning of boil
  • Boil for 45 min
  • Add .5 oz Styrian Goldings
  • Boil for 12 min
  • Add .5 oz Cascade hops
  • Boil for 3 min
  • End boil, cool down, put in fermenter, pitch yeast

Primary for about 7 days

Bottle for 14-21 days

 

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