Adjunct Ale (Wheat, Rice and Honey)
Source: Gordon Ludlow
Recipe added: 04/20/98
This was intended to be a Bud-Miller-Coors knock off with a little more class. The low mash temperature, 2 row in the wheat extract, brown rice, wheat and honey are enough to provide a well rounded flavor with barely a hint of 6-row B-M-C undertones.
Recipe type: Partial Mash
Batch Size: 5 gallons
Starting Gravity: 1.057
Finishing Gravity: 1.013
Time in Boil: 90 minutes
Primary Fermentation: 3 days
Secondary Fermentation: 40 days
Additional Fermentation: bottle condition 2 months
- 6 lbs 6 Row pale malt
- 3 lbs brown rice (grocery store)
- 3.3 lb can M&F wheat extract
- 3 lbs clover honey (grocery store)
- 2 oz Cascade leaf (7.8% AA) - 80 minutes
- 1 oz Mt. Hood leaf (4% AA) - 60 minutes
- 1 oz Mt. Hood - 5 minutes
- 1 TABLESPOON Irish Moss - 80 minutes
- 2 packages Munton's dry ale yeast
- 1/2 cup molasses to prime
Boil rice in 2 gallons water for 30 minutes.
Mash rice & malt in 4 gallons water, 148 F for 2 1/2 hours. Sparge 1 hour with 3 gallons 170 F water.
Bring to boil, remove from heat, add extract, return to boil, hop additions as indicated.
Boil honey in 1 gallon water for 5 minutes, let cool while wort boiling.
Combine chilled wort and honey-water in primary.
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