Author Topic: Pekko Farmhouse Ale  (Read 807 times)

Offline unclebrazzie

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Pekko Farmhouse Ale
« on: January 11, 2016, 08:19:21 AM »
Brewed this yesterday, with the intention of finally doing something with those 2oz of Pekko I recently acquired.

For 25liters of 1.047 beer:

2kg Pale
2kg rye malt
1kg Munich I

Mash 90' at 66°C and batch sparge.

Boil for 70' with
10g Citra             @T-70'
15g Citra             @T-5'
15g Sorachi Ace    @T-5'
30g Pekko            @hopstand
2oz-30g               @dryhop

Added 10g of crushed grains of paradise and fresh lemon peel (of half a lemon) at T-5'.

Ferment with 3711 French Saison at ambient.

So far, this smells effing awesome.
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Re: Pekko Farmhouse Ale
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2016, 10:16:11 AM »
Follow-up:

Bottled this two weeks ago. Gotta love that Sorachi Ace: it really juices up the entire thing. Not too sure about Pekko, and I'm certainly not picking up the Citra any longer, but yesh, thish ish coming along nishely.
All truth is fiction.
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