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American ale is a category of clean ales with hop character that ranges from moderate to almost excessive. These beers can be generalized as hoppy and less-sweet versions of classic English beer styles, though the American amber ale is said to be a uniquely American.
Mash at 153° F (Sulfate to Chloride at 1:1). Boil for 60 minutes and follow …More
Mash for one hour at 153° F (67° F), sparge, and boil for an hour, …More
Heat 8.8 qt. (8.3 L) of brewing liquor to 163° F (73° C) and mash …More
Mash crushed malt at 66° C (151° F) with 5.25 L (5.5 qt.) water for …More
Mash at 150° F (66° C) for 60 minutes. Mash out at 170° F (77° …More
Mash in at 154° F (68° C) and hold 60 minutes. Raise to 170° F …More
Mash at 153° F (67° C) for 60 minutes. Batch sparge at 168° F (76° …More
Mash for 75 minutes at 150° F (66° C). Primary fermentation for 7 days between 65 …More
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Single infusion mash at 154° F (68° C). Ferment at 68°-70° F (20°-22° C) for …More
To brew this Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale homebrew recipe, perform an infusion mash at …More