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Home » Recipes » BJ's Brewday - Aitchie's Heavy
BJ's Brewday - Aitchie's Heavy
Zambo and the boys at BJ's were kind enough to let us take the Woodland Hills system for another spin around the ole homebrew block. Absorbing and tweaking John Aitchison's winning homebrew recipe, we've produced 7 Barrels (~210 gallons) of Wee Heavy to be released in Winter 2006.
Style:    Wee Heavy / Strong Scotch Ale
Brewed by:    David Szamborski, John Aitchison and the Falcons
Brewed at:    BJ's Woodland Hills
Batch Size:    210.0 Gallons
Boil Time:    60 Minutes
Estimated OG:    1.080
Est IBU:    17.7
Est SRM:    20.9
Efficency:    70%
Recipe Index | Promash File
Grains, Extracts, Sugars
Malt Name Maltster Amount Percentage
Pale Malt (2 Row) Great Western 217.5 lbs 33.0%
Munich Briess 175.0 lbs 26.6%
Pilsner Malt Weyermann 110.0 lbs 16.7%
Carastan Malt 55.0 lbs 8.4%
Aromatic Dingemans 38.0 lbs 5.8%
CaraMunich 45L 24.0 lbs 3.6%
Crystal 150L 12.0 lbs 1.8%
Crystal 60L 12.0 lbs 1.8%
Special B Malt Dingemans 12.0 lbs 1.8%
Rauchmalt (Bamberg) Weyermann 3.0 lbs 0.5%
Hops
Name Form Alpha Amount Time
Fuggle Pellet 4.2% 51.5 oz 60
Yeast
Man. Code Name Type Amount (Starter)
White Labs WLP001 California Ale Ale
Mash Schedule
Step Rest Temp Rest Time Heat Water
Sac Rest 151°F 60 Infusion
Extras
Notes

In order to simplify the brewday at BJs, John's original 3 hour boil was elminated. In it's place, John and Martin Carman setup a pair of pots and boiled a full barrel of the first runnings down to about a half barrel of concentrated syrupy runnings. These caramelized runnings were then added back into the main boil.

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