Spaced Pale Ale


With Christmas round the corner decided to brew something easy drinking that you can have more than 2 of, so under 5% and not to hoppy not that hoppy stop its being easy drinking.

So with that i mind decided to go for a pale ale, this is intended to be a beer that I brew a few times changing the malt and the hops until I create a pale that I love! Brewday all went smoothly recirculated the wort for about 20mins longer than usual which produced the brightest wort to-date. 

Final Volume: 23 Litres
Original Gravity: 1.046
Final Gravity: 1.012
Alcohol Content: 4.5% ABV
Bitterness: 36 IBU
Colour: 5 SRM

Pale 4.000kg
Munich 700g
Caragold 300g

Chinook 20g 60 Min
Chinook 20g 15 Min
Amarillo 20g 0 Min Steeped for 20mins
Simcoe 20g 0 Min Steeped for 20mins
Chinook  10g Dry
Simcoe  10g Dry
Amarillo  10g Dry

SafAle US-05

17/11/2013 Brewed
19/11/2013 Fermenting away at 18c will let it come up to 20c to finish
25/1/2013 Finished fermenting down to 1.013 added dry hops


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