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What is your best session beer recipe?

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thebigbaker:
Northern Brewer has Dry Dock Brewing Co's Mild included in their pro series recipe kits.  I haven't made the beer myself, but I have had it many times at Dry Dock and it's one of the best milds that I've ever had. 
http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/brewing/recipe-kits/pro-series/dry-dock-brewing-co/dry-dock-ss-minnow-mild-pro-series-all-grain-kit.html

blatz:
ive not tried it, but the San Diego Session Ale in the back of Greg Koch's Stone Brewing book is one I am planning on making soon.

kmccaf:
I make a rye ale that is basically 80% Base 20% Rye, with a healthy amount of Crystal and Pacific Jade, and a touch of Perle hops, that is spicy, herbal, and delicious, and is about 4.5 abv. My English Mild is quite good as well starting at 1.036. Otherwise, I love a good dry stout at about 1.040, with the roast malts being 5% Pale Chocolate and 5% Roasted Barley. Love me some session beers.

hoser:

--- Quote from: blatz on December 28, 2012, 07:50:18 AM ---ive not tried it, but the San Diego Session Ale in the back of Greg Koch's Stone Brewing book is one I am planning on making soon.

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+1 on  Kelsey McNair's West Coast Bitter.  Made it twice.  Fantastic brew!

I am working on fine tunning the NHC commerative San Diego Dark session ale with some modifications.  Converted all the grains to British equivalents.  English Yeast (WLP007) then hop bursted with classic "C" hops for about 25 IBUs.  Basically English Mild with American hops :D

hopfenundmalz:
I am still doing small adjustments to my Timothy Taylor clone.
http://www.homebrewersassociation.org/forum/index.php?topic=11209.msg139369#msg139369

Probably a little on the water (more SO4), pitch rate (more), and fermentation temp (higher). Also some Extra Dark British Crystal.

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