English Pale Ale Recipe

February 13, 2013

2013, Beer Recipes, General posting

A nice pale ale is always appreciated.  What I like about Pale Ale’s is that they are so easy to drink, and most of the time even non-craft beer brewers still like them. This one features some aromatic malt and it really adds a well balanced flavor to the beer.  The crystal malt is of course going to give it some sweetness as well as color.  The hop profile is well balanced giving you a bitter flavor, and aroma.  All around it’s a well balanced beer.

G.B

Ingredients

9 oz 60L crystal Malt

6 oz Belgium Aromatic

7 lbs Extra Light Liquid Malt Extract

8 oz Malto Dextrin

1 oz Fuggles (60min)

1 oz Willamette (60min)

1/3 oz Perle (15 min)

1/3 oz Hallertau (15min)

1/3 Cascade (1min)

1/3 Fuggle (1min)

WLP 013

 

Specifications

OG: 1.055

FG: 1.015

IBU: 32

SRM: 11

ABV: 5%

Directions 

  • Heat 2.5 gallons of water up to 150
  • Turn off heat, and steep grains for 30 min
  • Take grains out
  • Add in malt extract and malto dextrin
  • Bring to boil
  • Add 1 oz Fuggles, and 1 oz Willamette
  • Boil for 45 minutues
  • Add Perle and Hallertau hops
  • Boil for 14 minutes
  • Add Cascade and Fuggles
  • Boil for 1 minute
  • End boil
  • Cool down, put in fermenter, fill up to 5 gallons
  • Pitch yeast
  • Ferment for 7 days
  • Then bottle with .75 cup of corn sugar
  • Drink after 3 weeks in the bottle.

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