Austin HomeBrew Supply’s,”Dutch Castle Magic”

     

The orange peel floating on the top. The aroma is spicy and malty.

12 hours later violent fermentation is taking place, even overflowing our carton half filled with sanitizer and filtered water. If you look close you can see the foam going down the jug.

  This is a great beer for a cold day!

Style Information

Name: Bourdon
Recipe Type: Extract
Category: Belgain

Grains & Extracts

Name Amount Notes
Cara wheat 4 oz
Belgain Pale Malt 8 oz
Munich Malt 4 oz
Biscuit Malt 4 oz
special B Malt 4 oz
Extra Pale 5 lb
Lyle's Golden Syrup 11 oz
Extra Light 1 lb
clear Candi 2 lb
Extra Pale 5 lb

Hops

Name Amount Alpha Acid % AAU Time Notes
Styrian Golding 2 oz 3% 6 60 min Bittering
Saaz 1/2 oz 3% 3 15 min flavor
Saaz 1/2 oz 3% 3 5 min Aroma

Adjuncts

Name Type Use Amount Time Notes
Sweet Orange Peel Flavor Boil 1/4 oz 15 min Added at last 15 min of boil
Cracked Corriander Flavor Boil 1/4 oz 15 min Added at last 15 min of boil
Whirlfloc Fining Boil 1 tab 0 Added at flameout

Yeasts

Name Amount Notes
Belgain Abbey Ale 530 1 Vial Started 72 hrs prior to brew day
packages

Fermentation

Step Time Temperature Container Additions
Name: Amount
Notes
72 hrs 66-68 carboy
Put into Fermentation Chamber

Profile

Estimated OG: 1.101
Actual OG: 1.102

Tasting notes

Hazy amber color. Low to medium carbonation.Malty nose, obvious Belgian like smell from the edge of the glass. Very smooth over the palate, almost no alcohol heat, given it's ABV of 9.95! ( Dangerous). Hint of sweetness, very smooth finish, typical Belgian twang at the end. Very nice beer.

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