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4 the Love of Biscuit

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4 the Love of Biscuit

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Beer Style: American Pale Ale, Engish Light Mild, Scottish Light, Classic English Pale Ale 
Recipe Type: all-grain
Yield: 5 gallons

Description:

AKA 4 the Lovibond of Biscuit! This malt forward Ondea Pro rice malt recipe was developed to get a real sense of what the malt profile of the new Biscuit 4L Rice Malt. We also used Caramel Millet Malt which we had not brewed with as of yet and thought it may round out the finished beer. We also designed this around the mash efficiency using Ondea Pro. Although we still do not have any brewing recommendations using Ondea Pro, we have been experiencing as little as 85% to over 100% efficiency in our R&D brew sessions using a multitude of mash regimens. This recipe was built around the beer style of a English Light Mild but we really think of it as a good foundation to designing a lot of other beer styles. Although we really have enjoyed drinking this beer as is, we ourselves will probably start playing around with this new Biscuit 4L Rice Malt!

Ingredients:

  • Biscuit Rice Malt 15.00 lb / 88%
  • Caramel Millet Malt 2.00 lb / 12%
  • 0.15 oz Simcoe Hops @ 60 min
  • 0.35 oz Simcoe Hops @ 30 min
  • 0.40 oz Simcoe Hops @ 10 min
  • S-04 English Yeast

Additional Instructions

Primary Ferment: 5 - 7 days @ 65F
Secondary Ferment: 7 - 10 days

Beer Profile

Original Gravity: 1.061
Final Gravity: 1.010
Alcohol by Vol: 6.7%
Color SRM: 8.9
Bitterness IBU: 21.1
Recipe Type: all-grain
Yield: 5.0 Gallons
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Procedure:

PREPARATION:
Clean and sanitize your work area and equipment using a cleaner and sanitizer specifically for brewing.

MASH INSTRUCTIONS:
Currently recommended mash process using Ondea Pro (as brewing with Ondea Pro is still under development we will defer to whatever the current recommendation may be at the time you brew this recipe)

SPARGE INSTRUCTIONS:
“Fly sparge” by gently sprinkling water from the hot liquid tank while matching flow rates of the mash tun and hot liquor tank.

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