American Amber Ale Recipe - Doug - Ed and Nicki American Hoppy Amber

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Doug - Ed and Nicki American Hoppy Amber

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All Grain
10 Gallon(s)
12.5 Gallon(s)
60 min
75%
Conceived over beers at the beerhive, this hoppy amber ale aims for low roast, great grain flavor, higher alcohol and malt body, and some hoppy overtones! Should be a winner!

Fermentables

% lb fermentable ppg   L   usage  
66% 15.75 2-Row - US 37
Mash
21% 5 Munich - UK 37
Mash
6% 1.5 Caramel/Crystal 20 - US 35
20°
Mash
4% 1 Wheat Malt - DE 37
Mash
2% 0.5 Carapils - Dextrine Malt - US 33
Mash
1% 0.25 Chocolate Malt - US 34
350°
Mash
24 lb

Hops

oz variety type usage time AA   IBU  
1 Northern Brewer Pellet Boil 60 minutes 9.0 14.8
1 Northern Brewer Pellet Boil 30 minutes 9.0 11.4
0.5 Cascade Pellet Boil 15 minutes 5.8 2.4
0.5 Northern Brewer Pellet Boil 5 minutes 9.0 1.5
1 Cascade Pellet Flame Out 0 minutes 5.8 0.0
2 Simcoe Pellet Dry Hop 0 days 13.0 0.0
2 Centennial Pellet Dry Hop 0 days 10.5 0.0
0 Mosaic Pellet Dry Hop 7 days 21.0 0.0
8 oz IBUs calculated using the Tinseth formula

Yeast

name attenuation  
Fermentis Safale US-05 85%
 

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Arcto
ArctoQuestion on your recipe: What does a 0 day hop refer to? Is that the same time you transfer to fermenter and add yeast? Or do you wait for fermentation to stop and count that as "day 0"? Or do you do it on the last day before bottling/kegging?
6/27/2018 12:35 AM
DougieDoozer
DougieDoozerHey there, didn't see this comment until just now. lol Sorry about that. 0 day hop in this recipe was just in the whirlpool. Well after flame out and after the wort had chilled to about 170 F. I also ended up dry hopping this one with 1 oz of Mosaic Cryo hops after primary fermentation was done. Then cold crashed for two or three days in the fridge before transferring to the keg... This, as I drink it and type this, is one of my favorite beers I have made to date! DELICIOUS HOPPY AMBER ALE!
7/14/2018 5:32 PM

Recipe Facts

Doug - Ed and Nicki American Hoppy Amber
American Amber Ale
10.00 Gallons Liters
12.50 Gallons Liters  @  60  min
1.066
1.010
11.0° SRM
75%
30.0 IBU (tinseth)
0.45
7.3% ABV
221 per 12oz
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