Tribute to Cornish Pale Ale

Tribute to Cornish Pale Ale

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All grain recipe kit for a clone recipe of Tribute, a Cornish Pale Ale.

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Our original recipe for a traditional Cornish Pale Ale. Be sure to check out the kit we have produced with the recipe given to us by St Austell Brewery if you are a fan of the real thing.

Another clone recipe kit inspired by holidays to Cornwall, coastal pubs, pubs on harbours, and drinking pints by the sea. Well this is our glorious traditional pale ale that is just great drinking whatever the occasion and wherever the moment is.


Ingredients Included

Crisp Extra Pale Maris Otter
Crisp Munich Malt

Total grain bill 4200g

Fuggles Pellets (27 grams)
Willamette Pellets (31 grams)
Celeia (Styrian Goldings) Pellets (23 grams)
WHC Old English 11g (1 packs)


Beer Style (main): British Ales
Beer Style (sub): Classic English-Style Pale Ale
Batch Size: 23ltr
Original Gravity: 1.043
Final Gravity: 1.006
ABV %: 4.9
IBU: 25.9

Temperature °C: 65
Length (mins): 80
Out temp °C: 77
Out time (mins): 10

Boil time (mins): 90

Additions and timing:

90 mins – 16g Fuggles & 19g Willamette

15 mins – 11g Fuggles & 12g Willamette

1tsp irish moss (not included)

0 mins – 23g Celieia (Styrian Golding)

Secondary additions and timing:


Yeast: NBS Ale Yeast/WHC Old English
Fermentation temperature/steps: 20c until FG achieved


A clone recipe for Tribute, a traditional Cornish Pale Ale

Additional information

Weight 5.023 kg
Country of Origin GB
HS Code 2106909853

6 reviews for Tribute to Cornish Pale Ale

  1. Dan Jones (verified owner)

    Used this recipe for my first go at BIAB (using the fine crush option and reducing water quantity by 10% to account for reduced efficiency) . Really easy and enjoyable to make, bought a few bottles of Tribute to compare and it is very close to the original.

  2. Ralph Hughes (verified owner)

    Was going to write an average review 2 weeks ago. So pleased I waited, the malt sweetness has come out and the hop bitterness has faded. Overall a well balanced pale ale best drink on a warm evening and for the price it’s good value per pint.

  3. paul Creaney (verified owner)

    Let it sit for a couple of weeks. It’s a great beer. Clarity was second to none. Really impressed with it.

  4. Graham Jordan (verified owner)

    Numbers on this recipe only come in at 3.9% on brewfather with my G40 profile – First time I’ve had a recipe that’s no way near expected. OG was 1.036 in 23l so way off . it’s in fermenting so I’ll update with how it tastes… but not really as described.

    • Robert Neale

      Hey Graham, Just checked it out now, at 80% mash efficiency, which you should be hitting in a G40 the OG should be around 1.042.That is through the Grainfather software. If you have not hit these numbers I would look at water treatment, this can be especially important for this beer style.

  5. Graham Bunt (verified owner)

    Just brewed for the second time and couldnt resist trying a bottle after only 1 week conditioning and got to say i am well impressed as it should only get better so win win!

  6. Graham Bunt (verified owner)

    Now finished the keg and going to order another!

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