The drive pale ale

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
6⅝ pounds Light, unhopped malt
\N \N Extract
5 pounds Light, dry malt extract
2 cups Corn sugar
¾ cup Medium crystal malt
¼ cup Black patent malt
3¾ ounce Cascade hops pellets (4.4
\N \N Alpha)
1¼ ounce Willamette hops pellets (4.0
\N \N Alpha)
\N \N Whitbread ale yeast

This is a 10-gallon recipe; cut ingredients in half for 5 gallons. Steep grains in a mesh bag until water reaches boiling. Remove grains. Follow standard extract brewing process, adding extract and Cascade hops. I boiled the wort in an 8-gallon pot and added 4 gallons of cold water.

Pitch yeast at about 80 degrees. I fermented this in a 20-gallon open container for 4 days, then racked to glass carboys for 24 days. This is a pale ale recipe I used for my class. I used M&F pale extract and grains were for demonstration more than flavor. I suggest doubling grain quantities if you want to get something out of them. Original Gravity: 1.047 Final Gravity: 1.010 Primary Ferment: 4 days Secondary Ferment: 24 days

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