Triple C American Brown Ale

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Triple C American Brown Ale

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Triple C American Brown Ale Recipe - BJCP Category 10C

21 litre brew OG 1.050 43.5 IBUs
60 minute boil FG 1.011 0.87 BU/GU
Mashed at 67⁰C ABV 5.1% 43.2 EBC

4400g Maris Otter 83.8%
550g Crystal Malt 120L 10.5%
100g Amber Malt 1.9%
100g Chocolate Malt 1.9%
100g Wheat Malt 1.9%
15g Columbus 29.9 IBUs First Wort
1tsp Irish Moss 15 mins
15g Cascade 6.3 IBUs 15 mins
5g Columbus 4.5 IBUs 15 mins
10g Centennial 2.9 IBUs 5 mins
20g Cascade 0.0 IBUs Flame Out 30 min steep
20g Centennial 0.0 IBUs Flame Out 30 min steep
1 Packet of US05 re-hydrated
15g Cascade 0.0 IBUs Dry Hop
10g Columbus 0.0 IBUs Dry Hop

Fermented at 17.5⁰C
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top notch ale. I will be making an american brown very soon so this will be a good base.
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Thanks gents,

I used Ray Daniels's book 'Designing Great Beers' when formulating the recipe (as I do when trying a different style for the first time). This is a fantastic book that I would definitely recommend.
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Bimster wrote:I used Ray Daniels's book 'Designing Great Beers' when formulating the recipe (as I do when trying a different style for the first time). This is a fantastic book that I would definitely recommend.
Yes, I agree. It is indispensable if you are brewing to style and really helps you refine a recipe. Along with John Palmers book and radical brewing these are the three key texts IMO. My only issue with the daniels book is the almost complete absence of any guidance on belgian beer, you need to go to "brew like a monk" for that.
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