With some scrap ingredients that I needed to use up, I changed up my Moose Drool ‘clone’ recipe a bit to get a more English bent on it. I was able to use a random smack pack of London Ale III yeast I bought on a whim a week before, as well as use up some chocolate malt, Marris Otter and a few open packages of hops. I’ve brewed with London Ale III once before when I had picked up a mason jar full of it from H.U.B (Hopworks Urban Brewery) in Portland, OR. When I brewed with it before I did not notice the wet, thick mat the yeast produced.
I’ve had it around the minimum of 65F for the first four days and now moved it inside for a toasty 73F finish. Cheers!
|Batch Size||Boil Time||IBU||SRM||Est. OG||Est. FG||ABV|
|3 gal||60 min|
|Name||Cat.||OG Range||FG Range||IBU||SRM||Carb||ABV|
|Northern English Brown Ale||11 C||1.04 - 1.052||1.008 - 1.014||20 - 30||12 - 22||0 - 0||0 - 0 %|
|Caramel / Crystal 60L||9.6 oz||10.26|
|Black Barley||1 oz||1.07|
|Maris Otter Pale - UK||5 lbs||85.47|
|Liberty||0.5 oz||15 min||Boil||4.5|
|Willamette||0.75 oz||60 min||Boil||5.4|
|Gypsum||105.82 oz||0 min||mash||other|
|Wyeast London Ale III 1318||73%||32°F - 32°F|
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