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Saturday, 11 September 2010

Brown Ale

Autumn Daze.jpg

The time has come and we are brewing yet another new recipe. This time its a brown ale and Graham (my boss) has designed a recipe that will be his most adventurous yet on our current kit.

Six different malts and one hop at 4.8% abv. This gravity takes it into the "Northern brown ale" catagory which suits me!

We are brewing it on Wednesday next week and it should be ready by the end of the month and first tastings will be at Basingstoke's Octoberfest beer and food festival on the 2nd & 3rd of October.

It will be available throughout October all across the South.

5 comments:

mentaldental said...

Is one of those malts brown? :-)

Triple fff Brewer said...

Noooo!

Phil Robins said...

Sounds interesting. Six malts? Blimey!

pdtnc said...

Hmmm... a guess!
Pale Malt, Munich Malt, Crystal malt, Wheat Malt or Torrefied, Amber malt, Chocolate Malt. (roughly in that order with greatest % first)

And some solid hopping from Northdown.

Am I utterly wrong?

GRANDE CERVEJEIRO said...

Hello brewers, that this Christmas will bring much happiness to all and many beers ...
Happy Christmas ...........
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