American-Style Scotch Ale
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American-Style Scotch Ale
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:03:48 AM. Recipe ID 27961. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: American-style scotch ale
 Categories: Beer, Brewing
      Yield: 5 Servings
 
      3 lb British 2-row grain --
           Crushed
  3 1/4 lb Superbrau plain light malt
      1 lb Brown sugar
      1 lb Crystal malt grain
      4 oz Chocolate malt grain
      1 oz Northern brewer (45 min)
    1/2 oz Northern brewer (15 min)
      1 oz Fuggles (5 min)
           Doric acid yeast
 
  Bring 1 1/2 gal water to 160 degrees and stir in crushed grains. Keep
  the mash temp between 148-152 for 1 hr.  Best way is to place covered
  brewing kettle in 140 degree oven.  Stir twice while mashing.
  
  Test the mash conversion by placing drop of mash onto white plate,
  then place a drop of iodine into the solution.  If solution turns
  purple/black you must continue the mash until the solution is clear
  when the iodine is added.
  
  Pour mash thru a strainer, allowing the wort to flow thru into your
  brew pot. Bring 1-2 gal water to 135-150 degrees. Slowly sparge the
  grains with sparge water until it runs clear. The sparge water will
  become part of the boil. At this point you will continue as usual.
  
  Dissolve malt extract and brown sugar into wort, add 1 oz northern
  brewer hops and boil for 45 min.  Add 1/2 oz plug and boil for 15 min
  more.  For the last 5 min of the boil, add the fuggles pellets. Cool
  the wort and bring volume up to 5 gal. Pitching temp: 80 or less
  
  O.G. 1045-1055 F.G. 1010-1014
  
  




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Recipe ID 27961 (Apr 03, 2005)

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