American Pale Ale
|Pale Malt||3.8 kg|
|Munich Malt||500 g|
|Vienna Malt||500 g|
|Crystal Malt Light||250 g|
|Summit||15 g||17.5% AA||60 min|
|Summit||6 g||17.5% AA||15 min|
|Summit||6 g||17.5% AA||5 min|
|Summit||12 g||17.5% AA||1 min|
|Summit||24 g||17.5% AA||Dry Hop|
|Willamette||24 g||5.6% AA||Dry Hop|
Fermentis Safale US-05
Mash for at 66°C 40 mins in 23L Water
Sparge with 9.5 L water
Boil for 60 mins
Carbonate as desired.
This is our brew-class APA and probably our most popular recipe at this point.
It’s got a more complex grain bill than some of our other recipes, but a bit of a simpler hop bill.
The hops are almost all Summit, which have a citrusy flavour sometimes described as orange, tangerine, and grapefruit.
A touch of Willamette in the dry-hopping adds a bit of an earthy, floral note. Willamette is always a great bet for a dry hop!
A lot of people use this recipe as a base and change up the Summit for other citrusy, fruity hops, like Citra or Mosaic.
This recipe is £17.