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Home » Recipes » 2001 January - Shop Brew - Hippie Old Ale
2001 January - Shop Brew - Hippie Old Ale
Style:    Old Ale
Brewed by:    Cullen Davis, Jim Kopitzke, Drew Beechum
Brewed at:    Shop System
Batch Size:    5.0 Gallons (US)
Boil Time:    90 minutes
Est. OG:    1.080
Actual OG:    1.080
Est. IBU:    42 IBUs
Est. Color    15.8 SRM
Recipe Index
Grains, Extracts, Sugars
Malt Name Maltser Amount Percentage
Marris Otter Malt Marris (Great Britian) 23 lbs 86.8%
Crystal 75L Great Britian 3.0 lbs 11.3%
Cullen's Roast Malt Blend American 0.50 lbs 1.9%
Dark Treacle G.B. 8 oz.
Hops
Name Form Alpha Oz Time
Wye Target Pellet 11.0% 2.0 60
Wye Target Pellet 11.0% 1.5 15
Fuggle Pellet 5.0% 2.0 0
Yeast
Man. Code Name Type
Wyeast 1318 London Ale III Liquid Ale
Mash Schedule
Step Rest Temp Rest Time Heat Water
Sac Rest 154 F 60 minutes Direct
Extras
Notes
Parti-Gyle Batch. First runnings only into boil kettle.
Treacle was added during the boil of the old ale only.
Second Runnings (~7 gallons) collected to make Fuddy Duddy Mild
For an article on how to brew/calculate parti-gyle beers check here
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