Austin HomeBrew Supply’s,”Sixth Glass”

 

What a great Brew day in February in  Southern CaliforniaIMG_1426 We are brewing Viking IPA and Sixth Glass

IMG_1441Paul, Owner of The Wine Seller in Apple Valley, Checking the Hydrometer on this huge Beer.

 

IMG_1459 Sixth Glass

Style Information

Recipe Type: Extract
Category: Ale

Grains & Extracts

Name Amount Notes
Crystal 150L 11/2 lb Bring water temp to 155* and turn off heat. Soak the grain in the hot water for 25 min. Lift in and out like a tea bag. thoroughly drain and discard.
Munich Malt 1 lb Bring water temp to 155* and turn off heat. Soak the grain in the hot water for 25 min. Lift in and out like a tea bag. thoroughly drain and discard.
D-90 Candi Syrup 1 lb Turn off heat and add. Stir to dissolve. Return to heat. Stir so as not to burn.
Dark Candi Syrup 1/2 lb Turn off heat and add. Stir to dissolve. Return to heat. Stir so as not to burn.
Extra Pale Extract 8 lb Turn off heat and add. Stir to dissolve. Return to heat. Stir so as not to burn.
Wheat DME 1 lb Turn off heat and add. Stir to dissolve. Return to heat. Stir so as not to burn.
Corn Sugar 1 lb Turn off heat and add. Stir to dissolve. Return to heat. Stir so as not to burn.
Piloncillo (Panela) 1/2 lb Tastes like a cross between Molasses and brown sugar.Turn off heat and add. Stir to dissolve. Return to heat. Stir so as not to burn.

Hops

Name Amount Alpha Acid % AAU Time Notes
German Perle 1oz 7.8% 7.8 60 Bittering. Boil for 60 min
German Tradition 1/2 oz 6% 6 10 Flavor hops add at last 10 min of boil
0% 0 minutes

Yeasts

Name Amount Notes
Trappist Ale 500 1 pkg Added to starter 48 hours in advance

Fermentation

Step Time Temperature Container Additions
Name: Amount
Notes
3 weeks 65-68 Carboy
Best taste if in storage for 3 weeks

Profile

Estimated OG: 1.089
Estimated FG: 1.012
Estimated ABV: 10.19%
 
Actual OG: 1.089
Actual FG: 1.012
Actual ABV: 10.19%
 
Bitterness: 5 IBU
Estimated Color: 40 SRM

Tasting notes

Very dark with a light tan head that leaves lacing as you drink it down. It has a very distinctive blueberry aroma mellowed a little by the vanilla. The front of the pull is mild blueberry sweetness followed by a slight bitter aftertaste. Overall a very nice cold day beer

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