elliott's phoned homenot-so American Pale Ale
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Pale Ale is still one of our favorite style of beers and it is hard to get one that is perfect. Having a nice blend of American Hops and Malts that can offset the German Alt yeast is a little tougher than it sounds. Having a moderate level of hop bitterness that carries over to a soft hop aroma is our goal. We are trying some new American hops in this beer and they give some interesting notes to the beer. The main hop is Calypso and Apollo hops. The Calypso will give a blend of lemon, pear, and grapefruit notes. Apollo is mostly used as a bittering hop but because of the great aroma we get from it we also used it in the whirlpool. The aroma comes across as a strong grapefruit note if used in large amounts.
- alcohol content 5.1% by volume
- beginning gravity 12.0 Plato
- ending gravity 2.1 Plato
- bitterness units 37
- yeast German alt yeast
- bittering hops Magnum
- flavor & aroma Columbus, apollo, willamette, bravo
- malts us 2-row, us pilsner, wheat, crystal 40, crystal 20