Two pales


Been brewing this time I cooked up two pales one weekend after the other, one was a clone of Zombie dust the three floyd’s beers which I have never tried but saw the recipe on homebrewtalk it basically looks like a citra hop bomb so thought i’d give it a try.

Next up was a lightish easy drinking pale to be given out as wedding gifts at my cousins wedding next month, no hop monster here!! Both brews went to plan the Zombie Dust is now bottled, after a 7 in primary then another 5 days dry hopping. An the “un-named pale” is still in primary will bottle next week no dry hops for this one! Have been loving using the little solar pump for setting the grain bed and sparging makes the brew day a little easier.

Zombie Dust
Final Volume: 23 Litres
Original Gravity: 1.062
Final Gravity: 1.014
Alcohol Content: 6.2% ABV
Bitterness: 61 IBU
Colour: 7.2EBC

Lager Malt 5.500kg
Munich 500g
Carapils 250g
Melanoidin 250g
Medium Crystal 100g

Citra 15g FWH
Citra 20g 15 Min
Citra 30g 10 Min
Citra 30g 5 Min
Citra 40g 0 Min Steeped for 15mins
Citra 80g Dry hopped

Safale US-04

7/04/2013 Brewed
15/04/2013 Dry hopped 80g of pellets, Gravity down to 1.016
20/04/2013 Bottled hold at 1.014

No name pale
Stats – will add later


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