Amber Ale recipe search

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  1. Vallka

    Vallka Well-Known Member

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    Hello All
    I'm looking for a tried and tested all grain Amber Ale recipe that is not so high in ABV, would like something in the 4.5-5.5% range
     
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    Hiya Ozarks,
    I'm about to buy the stuff for your amber ale https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/26889/fat-tire-amber-ale. The one you link to above appears to be locked. I'm wondering what your favorite amber is -- I see you have several listed in your brew logs.
    Thanks!
     
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    I have about a dozen amber's, it's my favorite style and my best is a lager with Vienna in it, that fat tire is good too
     
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    I'm not really set up to do a lager since I don't have a fridge to age it in. But I'm pretty anxious to try your fat tire one -- sounds pretty good. Thanks for the replies.
     
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    Do a Vienna Lager recipe with a clean ale yeast - cream ale or US ale yeast. Or try a Cali Common fermentation.
     

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