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ROBOPALE ALE - Hoppy pale ale - First brew in ROBOBREW PUMP

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4 years 3 months ago #2584 by Gash
This is a hoppy little number, light enough in alcohol to be smashable! Cheers!

22L (23L without dead space) / 6 Gallon
OG 1.048 (mine went to 1.050)


4kg Ale malt (8.8lb) (85.1%)
500g Munich Malt (1.1lb) (10.6%)
200g Gladiator (.44lb) (Dextrin Malt) (c10??) (4.3%)

12g of Magnum @60 for 17 IBUs
10g each of Citra/Cascade/Mosaic @5mins
10g each of Citra/Cascade @flameout for 10mins max***
20g Mosaic @flameout for 10mins max***

Dry hop just before ferment (19c/66F) completes (5-8 day mark usually), raise ferment temp a few degrees (21c/69F), wait 2 or 3 days, then cold crash for 2 or 3 days if possible. Keg or Bottle ASAP.

***If your chilling is slow start the chill after 5mins of steep instead of 10mins, in summer I'll start after 5mins, winter 10mins.

Mashed with 18L @66c/151f for 60mins or until conversion is complete.
Sparged with 14L

US-05/WLP001

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3 years 8 months ago #3071 by murphjw
I used this recipe for my first attempt at all grain brewing using the RoboBrew pump, and was very pleasantly surprised with the results. I found your youtube videos on the RoboBrew pump very helpful also. Thanks for posting.

Cheers,

John

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3 years 8 months ago #3072 by Gash
Thats good to hear John, its not an excessively hoppy beer or anything but is a nice lawn mower beer! Cheers mate!

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3 years 8 months ago #3073 by murphjw
Quick question - the recipe above mentions dry hopping towards the end of fermentation - what variety/quantity would you recommend? Cheers, John

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3 years 8 months ago #3074 by Gash
30g-50g or more of any combo would be great.
Citra or cascade is a great dry hop alone, or mix it up with what you have left.
Citra/mosaic mix is great too.

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Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Wed 13 Oct - 15:17

Hope you are all staying safe and brewing hard out. If your in the south ,its hop growing time so treat them with some worm juice and manure. Cheers

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Sat 18 Sep - 15:56

Nice Skid, haha enjoy your brew Trev. lol.

SkidBaxter's Avatar SkidBaxter - Thu 16 Sep - 13:57

Bottled up a milk stout today, then brewed a pale ale "Sailing the C of Three Ale." Enjoying a Goat Scrotum Porter now (see Charlie Papazian/Complete Joy of Homebrewing) and feeling the effects! lol

Cooper - Thu 26 Aug - 18:37

I am looking for the Brewzilla 35l profile to set up my Brewfather equipment setting correctly. Can someone point me in the right direction

SkidBaxter's Avatar SkidBaxter - Thu 5 Aug - 15:05

Packaged up a simple ale today with Idaho-7 and finished with Michigan Copper. Tasty!

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