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2 years 6 months ago #3031 by lchang
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Hey everyone.

I'm new to brewing and would love to know how to make my favourite beer. Kosciuszko Pale Ale.

Can anyone help me out with the recipe?

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2 years 6 months ago #3032 by Gash
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I havent had one for years now, but from their page I found this.

"Our original Kosciuszko Pale is a 4.5% alcohol, slightly cloudy ale that challenges the limits of the traditional Australian Pale Ale. Crafted from a blend of Pale & Munich malts, and brewed using Tasmanian grown Galaxy hops our pale ale delivers a pleasant maltiness with a refreshing fruity hop finish."

Would be quite a simple recipe I would think. Are you doing extract tins, extract or All Grain?
Cheers!

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2 years 6 months ago #3033 by lchang
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Extract tins I suppose.

Saw a few people saying they used Galaxy and pride of Ringwood. But they all differ in qty etc.

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2 years 6 months ago #3034 by lchang
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Best Recipe i could find. Thoughts??

You will need:
2.5kg Liquid Light Malt Extract
1kg Liquid Wheat Malt Extract
1x Caramunich Grain Pack
15g Pride of Ringwood Hops (10.2% AA) – 60 min boil
15g Galaxy Hops (15.1% AA) – 10 min boil
15g Galaxy Hops (15.1% AA) – 0 min boil
20g Galaxy Hops (15.1% AA) – Dry Hop
Safale US-05, MJ M44 or WY1056 American Ale Yeast
Whirlfloc/Brewbrite* (Optional)
Procedure:
A day before, place 10-15 litres of water in closed containers in a fridge and chill.
Steep Caramunich Grain Pack for 20-30 mins with 1 litre of hot tap water (not boiling).
Strain liquid into a large saucepan. Rinse grain with another 1 Litre of hot tap water into the saucepan, and discard grain.
Add another 4 litres of water and 1 kg liquid wheat malt (approx.) to the saucepan, and bring to the boil whilst stirring.
Add 15g Pride of Ringwood hops.
After boiling for 50 minutes, add 15g Galaxy. Continue to boil for the last 10 mins.
At the end of the 60 minutes, turn off the heat and add 15g Galaxy.
Add the rest of the malts and stir to dissolve. Place the saucepan in a sink of cool water for 10-15 minutes.
Pour the contents of the saucepan into the fermenter, and top up to 23 litres with chilled and tap water to reach a starting temperature of 18-20°C. Stir vigorously to aerate.
Add yeast and ferment as close as possible to 18°C**.
On Day 4 of fermentation, add Dry Hops of 20g Galaxy to the fermenter. Bottle or keg when gravity is consistent over two days.

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2 years 6 months ago #3035 by Gash
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I'd drop the Pride of Ringwood, if anything they would of used it for bittering and a tin such as coopers Pale Ale will more more than likely been bittered from that.

something like a BE2 and coopers pale ale.
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500g of light dry malt in 4 litres or so of water
boiled 10mins with 15g galaxy hops

and dry hopped with probably 50g of galaxy
probably close and easy for a beginner
Cheers mate, let me know if you want more detail. Cheers!

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2 years 6 months ago #3036 by Gash
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Sorry didnt see your recipe, before I posted mine, that one would work, its a lot effort though but if you have the time and equipment you could try that one for sure.

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2 years 6 months ago #3037 by lchang
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I'll give it a go and let you know. still think I should get rid of the pride of ringwood?

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2 years 6 months ago #3038 by Gash
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If you do their recipe, you will need the POR for the 60 minute boil to give you some bitterness. If you do one using a coopers can then you dont need it.

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2 years 6 months ago #3040 by lchang
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1.7 or 2.5kg of Coopers?

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2 years 6 months ago - 2 years 6 months ago #3042 by Gash
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Coopers only sell light liquid malt or any liquid malt (unhopped) in 1.5kg amounts. You might be better off going to a home brew shop and asking what they have in the way of liquid malts if you are doing that recipe you listed.
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Carrobrew's Avatar Carrobrew - Thu 17 Sep - 13:44

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Gash - Tue 11 Aug - 23:34

Sometimes yes lol

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Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Tue 21 Jul - 11:02

Richie we need to ask questions in a forum post so that Gash gets a heads up. I posted it in social chatter for you. Cheers mate. :)

richierichs3 - Mon 20 Jul - 10:43

Hey Gash have you tried Rover henty st Pale alehttps://craftypint.com/beer/4810/rover-henty-st-ale-hawkers. Im after a clone or something similar to brew. I love this beer.

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