Newcastle Brown Ale Clone

November 14, 2012

Beer Recipes, General posting, Recipes

Brown Ales are great beers for when you get off work and you want to pop something open.  This recipe is very much like Newcastle, I stumbled upon this one years ago and it has pretty much stayed true to the original recipe that I made.  If you are just getting into brewing your own beer, Brown Ale’s are great beers to start off with.  They are simple in flavor as well as ease of making, and most people have tried one before so you can usually calibrate if it’s actually good or not.  What I personally like about Brown Ales are that they not a polarizing beer.  Most people that enjoy beer can appreciate a brown ale.  Brown Ales are a British style beer, it has a nutty flavor to it with a little fruity ester to it as well.  If you are an all-grain brewer, use M.O for your base malt. Conversion is here.

Ingredients 

2 oz 60L

2 oz Chocolate Malt

1 oz Black Pat

5.75 lbs Light DME

.67 oz Target Hops (6.5 AAU 60min)

.5 oz Kent Goldings (3.35 AAU 15min)

WLP 005 or Safale 04

Specifications 

OG: 1.050

FG: 1.012

IBU: 26

SRM: 23

ABV: 4.7

Yield: 5 Gallons

Boil: 60 min

Instructions

  • Heat 2.5 gallons of water up to 150 degrees
  • Steep grains for 30min
  • Take out grains
  • Add malt extract in pot, bring to boil
  • In the beginning of the boil add target hops
  • Boil for 45 min
  • Add kent golding hops
  • Boil for 15 min
  • End boil
  • Cool down, fill up to 5 gallons, pitch yeast
  • Let ferment for 7 days
  • Use 1.25 cups of DME or 3/4 cup of corn sugar for priming
  • Let sit in bottles for 3 weeks before you drink.

 

 

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