Named after the redcaps of British folklore, this simple Strong Bitter has red hues from the crystal malt, was hopped with EKG for a moderate bitterness.
Subtitute yeast to your liking, but stick to an expressive english yeast. I used A38, aka Boddingtons, which can be found from almost every large yeast lab.
Tasting notes TBD, brewed 8/26. Once packaged, will update with notes and photos :)
Redcaps are small in stature but fierce in disposition, you know like if a Chihuahua met a bloodthirsty goblin. Born from pools of blood in the fae realm, they were leather caps soaked in blood of their enemies. If the cap dries out, they die, and so they're always on the hunt.
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