House Pale – Jon Finch

(2 customer reviews)

American Pale Ale is a great beer to have handy at all times in my view. Everyone likes it, it’s refreshing and clean, aromatic and flavoursome but without being extreme in any way. It’s beautifully balanced and easy to make. It’s also not too strong so a good one to get stuck into at the weekend.

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Description

American Pale Ale is a great beer to have handy at all times in my view. Everyone likes it, it’s refreshing and clean, aromatic and flavoursome but without being extreme in any way. It’s beautifully balanced and easy to make. It’s also not too strong so a good one to get stuck into at the weekend.


Ingredients Included

Crisp Pale Ale Malt (3500 grams)
Crisp Crystal Malt (500 grams)
Northern Brewer Pellets (20 grams)
Cascade Pellets (90 grams)
SafAle™ S-04 11.5g (1 packs)


Method

Beer Style (main): American Ales
Beer Style (sub): American-Style Pale Ale
Batch Size: 19L
Original Gravity: 1049
Final Gravity: 1010
ABV %: 5.2
IBU: 47.6

THE MASH
Temperature °C: 66
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C: 75
Out time (mins): 10

THE BOIL
Boil time (mins): 60

Additions and timing:

20g Northern Brewer Hops – Boil 60 min
20g Cascade Hops – Boil 45 min
20g Cascade Hops – Boil 10 min
50g Cascade Hops – Steep 0 min

Secondary additions and timing:

N/A

Yeast: S-04
Fermentation temperature/steps: 19c

Comments:

American Pale Ale is a great beer to have handy at all times in my view. Everyone likes it, it’s refreshing and clean, aromatic and flavoursome but without being extreme in any way. It’s beautifully balanced and easy to make. It’s also not too strong so a good one to get stuck into at the weekend.

Here’s a simple recipe that gets real character from the addition of a small amount of Caramel Malt giving a really beautiful colour and delicious malty backbone.  It also sees the addition of hops just as you turn off the heat at the very end of boiling the beer. Adding hops this late delivers a huge whack of hop aroma but virtually nothing by way of bitterness.

Additional information

Weight 5.113 kg

2 reviews for House Pale – Jon Finch

  1. James Carey (verified owner)

    Another cracking beer from the malt miller. The description is perfect, it’s a clean refreshing beer. I’m new to all grain so I’m brewing as many different styles as i can? I would definitely have another go at this as i think it’d make a great summer ale.

  2. Rupert Comrie (verified owner)

    The first home Brew I’ve ever made and have to say I’m chuffed to bits with how it’s come out. Only on my first bottle/glass and would say it reminds me of Black Sheep, or at least close to that. I slightly undershot the OG so it’s come out at 4.2% ABV but it tastes damn good and well balanced. Lots of experimenting to play with but I will be making this again for sure. 5/5 from me. Cheers

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