American Pale Ale Recipe - Milk of MASHOUT

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Milk of MASHOUT

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All Grain
5.75 Gallon(s)
8 Gallon(s)
60 min
70%
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BJCP compliant American Pale Ale for MASHOUT camp out.

Fermentables

% lb fermentable ppg   L   usage  
53% 6 2-Row - US 37
Mash
44% 5 Maris Otter Pale - UK 38
Mash
2% 0.25 Honey Malt - CA 37
25°
Mash
1% 0.125 Crystal 60L - CA 34
60°
Mash
11.375 lb

Hops

oz variety type usage time AA   IBU  
0.5 Nugget Pellet Boil 60 minutes 15.0 24.4
1 Perle Pellet Boil 30 minutes 7.1 17.7
1 Cascade Pellet Boil 2 minutes 6.3 1.7
2.5 oz IBUs calculated using the Tinseth formula

Yeast

name attenuation  
White Labs California Ale WLP001 76%
 

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Mash Steps

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Special Instructions

  1. (6-25-18) Heated 3.5 Gal water to 170°.
  2. Poured into mashtun and allowed to cool to 164° (allowing mashtun insulation to climatize in order to ensure temp stability).
  3. Mash in grain and mix - Mash temp stable at 153° (8:30pm).
  4. 8am next day (6-26-18) - Mash at 121°. Drained all wort into boil kettle, added 2 gallons water and heated to 193°, constantly stirring. Rolled back into mashtun. Mash stabilized at 160°. Not the 170 I was looking for, but eff it....roll on.
  5. 10am - 8 gallons wort after vorlofting. Tailings @ 1.010. Total @ 1.040 preboil.
  6. 10:30 - Begin boil. Added 1/2 oz Nugget hops and 10 drops of foam killer.
  7. 11am - Added 1oz Perle hops.
  8. 11:15 - Added 1/2 tsp Yeast Nutrient.
  9. 11:28 - Added 1oz Cascade hops 1 whirlflock tablet.
  10. 11:30 - Flameout - Pulled hop bag - 6.5 gallons@ 1.056.
  11. 11:35 - Restart flame/boil (too much volume).
  12. 11:50 - Flameout #2....1.057 with less than 6 gallons.
  13. 12:00 - Begin cooling, draining into carboy strained through clean hop bag.
  14. 12:25 - Added enough water to bring total to 5.75 gallons @ 1.052. That'll work, donkey....that'll work.
  15. Adjusted brewgr efficiency rating down to 70% to account for the drop in OG. Accordingly, I "should" get an FG of 1.012...
  16. 7-9-18: Racked to secondary. Gravity reads 1.008! Beer is smooth, slightly sweet, bready, malty and "warm" in alcohol. This is going to round out excellent!

Tasting Notes (1)

Bogenschutze

Tasted on 7/9/2018 by Bogenschutze

Notes:

Racked to secondary on 7-9-18. Gravity reads 1.008.....nice! ABV currently stands at 5.76%. Mildly sweet, slightly "boozy", but over all, a damn good beer for slamming on a warm summer day. Very pleased....this will smooth out to a refreshing party beer....just what I want on the mountain for the MASHOUT camp out!

Recipe Facts

Milk of MASHOUT
American Pale Ale
5.75 Gallons Liters
8.00 Gallons Liters  @  60  min
1.052
1.012
5.2° SRM
70%
43.9 IBU (tinseth)
0.85
5.1% ABV
173 per 12oz
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