I brewed this one in mid-December, and actually plan to bottle this tonight...
This partial-mash recipe produced a nice ruby-red wort, and preliminary tasting has it as a mid-bodied ale with a warm, bready flavor (due to the biscuit malt used in the grain bill).
|1.044 - 1.060||1.010 - 1.014||17 - 28||9 - 18||4.00 - 6.00|
|Briess Sparkling Amber Liquid Extract||0 lbs, 13 oz|
|Belgian Pale Ale||0 lbs, 13 oz|
|Briess Golden Light Liquid Extract||0 lbs, 10 oz|
|Weyermann Cara Red ®||0 lbs, 7 oz|
|Caramel Munich||0 lbs, 4 oz|
|Biscuit||0 lbs, 4 oz|
|Kent Goldings, UK Pellets||.4 oz @ 60 mins|
|Kent Goldings, UK Pellets||.2 oz @ 30 mins|
|Irish Moss||1 ea|
|White Labs Irish Ale||1 ea|