Kenyon Tribble Kenyon's House Ale
Extra Special/Strong Bitter (English Pale Ale) - Extract
• Makes 5.5 Gallons @ 75% Efficiency
|Briess Golden Light Liquid Extract||3.3 lbs, 0 oz|
|Briess Golden Light Dry Extract||2 lbs, 0 oz|
|Crisp Crystal Malt 60L||0 lbs, 8 oz|
|Briess Sparkling Amber Dry Extract||0 lbs, 4 oz|
|Briess 2 Row Carapils||0 lbs, 4 oz|
|Gambrinus Honey Malt||0 lbs, 4 oz|
|Challenger,UK Pellets||1 oz @ 60 mins|
|Fuggles Pellets, UK||1 oz @ 20 mins|
|Fuggles Pellets, UK||1 oz @ 15 mins|
|Fuggles Pellets, UK||1 oz @ 5 mins|
|Danstar Nottingham Ale Yeast||1 ea|
|1.048 - 1.060||1.010 - 1.016||30 - 50||6 - 18||4.60 - 6.20|
I asked Ed for a Bass Clone Recipe and this is what he sent me. I love it!
I throw the grains in while the 5 gallons of water is heating and pull them out at 170 degrees and continue to a boil. Shut off the gas and put in both extracts. Return to a boil and add the bittering hops and starting timing. Add the Fuggles at 20, 15, and 5 minutes remaining as indicated. A Tablespoon of Irish Moss at 10 min. Cool it, siphon it into a primary fermenter leaving a much trub as possible, pitch the yeast as directed on the package and wait.
The transfer to the secondary and bottling is pretty much by the book because I don't know any better. After like 3 weeks at 68 degrees it makes me very happy. Thank you Ed!
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