Source: Stewart Cranston
Recipe added: 10/05/04
I wanted to make a Canadian Export ale. This has more body than that style I believe. An experienced beer maker/taster/drinker friend says that this turned out to be an excellent example of an IPA. I'll take his word for it. It tastes great, that's all I know. For all you yanks out there, it's named in honour of our glorious queen.
Recipe type: All Grain
Batch Size: 5 gallons
Starting Gravity: 1.054
Finishing Gravity: 1.008
Time in Boil: 70 min
Primary Fermentation: 4 days
Secondary Fermentation: 9 weeks
- Wyeast 1098 British Ale Yeast
- 5000g 2-Row Malt
- 500g Cara-Pils Malt
- 250g Special B Crystal Malt
- 17g Northern Brewer Leaf Hops 7.1%a/a in Boil 60 min
- 17g Northern Brewer Leaf Hops 7.1%a/a in Boil 20 min
- 16g Golding Hop pellets 6.9%a/a in primary after cooling
- 2g Cascade Hop pellets 5.0%a/a in primary after cooling(basically just to get rid of them)
- 1/2 tsp Irish Moss in Boil 10 min
Crack all grains and mix together. Mash in @ 113F, hold 30min. Raise to 130F, hold 60min. Raise to 156F, hold 60min. Raise to 170F, hold 10min. Sparge with 185F water. Bring to boil, boil 10min, then follow hop schedule. Drain and bring up to volume with cold water. Cool with heat exchanger. Add the Goldings and Cascade hops. Stir vigorously to aerate and pitch. Bottle with 3/4 cup dextrose.
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