I dusted off my Amarillo Red recipe and decided to change it up a little for a fall brew. I have an abundance of Simcoe hops at the moment and a relatively small amount of Amarillo pellets, so I’me going to tweak the recipe for this brew.
- 15 lbs. domestic 2-row
- 5 lbs German Pilsner malt
- 1.5 lbs Crystal 60L
- 1 lbs Crystal 120L
- 1 Â lbs malted wheat
- 2oz Simcoe (whole cone) @ 60 minutes
- 2oz Simcoe @ 10 minutes
- 2oz Amarillo pellets @ 5 min
- 1oz Amarillo @ flameout
- 1oz Simcoe @ flameout
- 1oz Simcoe dry hopped
- Safale S-05 (1st carboy)
- Wyeast British Ale Yeast (2nd carboy)
You know the drill, right? Get up at 6am on a Sunday, start heating the water in the HLT, go back and get some more coffee, etc. The SRM should come out around 13-14L. f
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how many gallons is this recipe for? 5 or 10??
It’s for 10 gallons.