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Pale Ale Malt
This is a great choice for a 2-Row base malt that is grow right here in America, Montana to be specific. The malt works well with single infusion mashes and has no problem handling adjuncts.
Diastatic: 84 (min) 96 (max)
Any - All
Vienna Malt is a kiln-dried barley malt that's darker than pale ale malt, but not quite as dark as Munich Malt for example. It adds a golden color and a toasty or biscuity malt aroma to the beer and is used in a variety of styles from dark to light ales and even lagers.
Malt type: Base malt or specialty malt
Flavor Contribution: Enhanced malt flavor and aroma, slightly toasty
Color/Appearance: Rich, dark golden
Any - All
Caramel 10L Malt
2 Row Caramel 10L Malt is gently cooked during the malting process. Why? Cooking kicks off the enzymatic conversion of starches into fermentable sugars and ensures some of the sugar will survive the yeast making for a sweeter finished beer. Imparting a candy like sweetness, mild caramel tones and a golden color while improving mouth feel and retention, use this in balanced Pislner, Dark Ales, Porters or Stouts.
Malt Type: Crystal/Caramel
Grain Origin: North America
Wort Color: 10 °Lovibond
Moisture: 7.0% max.
Extract (dry): 77.0% min.
Diastatic Power: 0 °Lintner
Usage: 15% max.
Cascade Hop Pellets - 1 oz
Cascade is an aroma hop that was developed by the U.S.D.A. breeding program in Oregon and released in 1972. It has a medium strength aroma that provides a unique floral/spicy character with well balanced bittering potential. It is the most popular hop with the U.S. craft brewing industry.
Alpha Acids 4.5 - 7.0%
Beta Acids 4.8 - 7.0%
Cohumulone (% of alpha acids) 33 - 40%
Total Oils (Mls. per 100 grams dried hops) 0.7 - 1.4
Myrcene (as % of total oils) 45 - 60%
Caryophyllene (as % of total oils) 3.5 - 5.5%
Humulene (as % of total oils) 8.0 - 13%
Farnesene (as % of total oils) 3.0 - 7.0%
Possible Substitutions Centennial, Amarillo
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Nottingham Beer Brewing Yeast (11g)
Nottingham Beer Dry Yeast is highly flocculant and has relatively full attenuation properties. It has a high alcohol tolerance and is great for specialty beers. It creates low concentrations of fruity and estery aromas, and is considered neutral as an ale yeast, allowing the full natural flavor of malts and hops to develop.
Recommended Fermentation Temperature: 14° to 21°C (57° to 70°F) with a good tolerance to low fermentation temperatures (12°C/54°F) that allow this strain to be used in lager-style beer.
Full attenuation properties
High alcohol Tolerance
Creates Low Fruity Aromas
Styles: Lagers, High Proof Beers
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