Best Bitter Recipe - Amber Ale

Recipe Info

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Amber Ale

by on
All Grain
5 Gallon(s)
5.5 Gallon(s)
70 min
75%
First made 19th Jan. 2016 Mashed using Peco Boiler Model EPiB with two grain/hop bags. At mashing and another at bioling.

Fermentables

65% - Maris Otter Pale - UK
5
38
3
Mash
13% - Crystal 60L - UK
1
34
60
Mash
13% - Vienna - UK
1
35
4
Mash
3% - Cane Sugar - US
0.25
46
1
Late
6% - Invert Sugar - US
0.5
46
1
Late

Hops

East Kent Goldings
1.5
Leaf
Boil
70 min(s)
5.5
30.6
Fuggles
0.5
Leaf
Boil
10 min(s)
4.8
3.1

Yeast

Danstar Nottingham
75%

Other Stuff

Irish Moss
1
tsp
Boil

Mash Steps

No mash steps in this recipe

Special Instructions

1.
Long 3 hour mash at 65 degrees
2.
Sparged with two gallons water at 75 degrees
3.
Fuggles and Irish Moss added for last 10 mins.

Tasting Notes (2)

RadfordBrewer

Tasted on 5/15/2017 by RadfordBrewer

Notes:

Tasted over a year later. Crisp and clean tasting with a malty fullness and a great sweet/bitter after taste

RadfordBrewer

Tasted on 2/24/2016 by RadfordBrewer

Notes:

Rich and malty with a fresh but bitter after-taste

Recipe Facts

Amber Ale
Best Bitter
  • 5.00 Gallons Liters Batch Size
  • 5.50 Gallons Liters Boil Size
  • 70  min Boil Time
  • 1.046 OG
  • 1.011 FG
  • 33.7 IBU (tinseth) Bitterness
  • 0.74 BG:GU
  • 10.1° SRM Color
  • 75% Efficiency
  • 4.4% ABV Alcohol
  • 151 per 12oz Calories
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