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Jamo's Golden Red Ale - AG

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6 years 7 months ago - 6 years 7 months ago #652 by m3taL_Brewer
Jamo's Golden Red Ale - AG was created by m3taL_Brewer
Hey Guys,

Another recipe from the m3tal Brew Haus!!

This is loosely based on my golden ale which was loosely based on Smurto's Golden Ale

Jamo's Golden Red Ale

Brew House Efficency: 80% (This is what the Recipie was built on Adjust if yours is lower)

Batch Size: 25L
Est OG: 1050
Est FG: 1009
EBC (Color): 25.2
Est ABV: 5.4%

Grain Bill
2600g Pale Malt, Marris Otter
1000g Red Wheat Malt, Briess
600g Carared Malt
600g Munich Malt
200g Cararoma Malt

Hop Scedule
15g Centennial (10.2aa) @ 60 Min (16.1 ibu)
12g Centennial (10.2aa) @ 20 Min (16.1 ibu)
12g Citra (11.9aa) @ 20 Min (9.1 ibu)
20g Citra (11.9aa) @ 1 Min (1.1 ibu)

Adjuncts
0.5 Irish Moss Tablet @ 15 Mins

Yeast
1pkt Dry Pitched Safale US-05 @ 18-20c

Mash Profile

Mash in 14.5 L to Achive 65.0 c Mash (75.6c water)

Mash for 60 Mins @ Around 65c

Mash Out add 5.5L of water to the Mash to Achieve 72-74c (91.3c water), Stir Gently and rest for 10 Mins

Drain First runnings, Recirculate the first 1-2 L in a jug to let grain bed set

Add 16.5 L of water at 75.6c, Stir Gently and rest for 10 min

Run off 2nd runnings Recirculate 1-2L in a jug to set bed again.

Boil
70 Min boil, Once Boiling i give my wort time to regulate itself after the hot break about 10 mins then i will start the 60 min addition and follow with the rest.

Fermentation
Ferment for 7-10 Days at 18c then Bottle/Keg to 2.7vols

I will come back with tasting notes after i drink :)

Attached is the Beersmith 2 File :)

Enjoy

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6 years 7 months ago #659 by Dullahan Brewing
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I know piss all about ag but i have a question. Does the cara red and the cararoma malt mean it will have a heavy caramel toffee flavour?

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6 years 7 months ago #661 by m3taL_Brewer
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I'm hoping so Greg, the last golden ale was very toffee like but the main reasons for specialty malt selections were for color, but I think they will be a good mix and it smelt absolutely awesome out of the mashtun.... It's kicking into fermentation now won't be long and will post tastings :)

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6 years 7 months ago - 6 years 7 months ago #663 by Dullahan Brewing
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I had a couple of ag brews at last local meet that had heavy toffee/caramel flavour and i bloody loved it. I am a huge lover of toffee, banoffi pie yummy. Never yet have i tasted that kind of notye in a commercial or craft brew though whichis very disappointing. That said i am only getting started so we will see.

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Last edit: 6 years 7 months ago by Dullahan Brewing. Reason: absent minded

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6 years 7 months ago #664 by m3taL_Brewer
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Yeah they are one of my Faves

My Golden ale had 900g of crystal and 900g of caramalt in it due to a bit of a stuff up on ordering and it was the best!!!

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6 years 7 months ago #665 by Dullahan Brewing
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If and when i get to ag i will have a heavy cara grain bill first brew B)

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6 years 6 months ago #782 by m3taL_Brewer
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This beer was a little hollow in flavor, It was still very nice to drink but i felt it was missing somthing, I made it Again yesterday and went a differnt road with the hops and added some Crystal Malt as well....

Will give this a 6.8/10 Nice Dark color but a bit hollow...

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6 years 6 months ago #784 by Dullahan Brewing
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When you say hollow flavour what do you mean? Not enough caramel/toffee ?

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Brewing another Hefe Weizen today Cheers :D

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hahaha yes! hahaha some one pay me, anyone??? hahaha Cheers mate!

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What’s up Gash! Just wanted to give you a shout out from the states....love your videos,keep up the good work....kegland should have you on the payroll!! CHEERS!!!??

Gash - Sun 27 Oct - 19:48

Well I did mine at 19c, Cheers!

Navsingh - Sat 26 Oct - 12:31

Hi Gash your Coopers Chocolate and vanilla recipe turned out great with added vanilla extract in the keg. Next i'm trying your Coopers Neipa. Can you please tell me what temp you brewed that one,I'm gonan use S33 for that one instead us05

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