Source: Robert Grundler
Recipe added: 02/10/99
This recipe will only yeild about six gallons when placed into primary fermenter. I always use enough grain to make
7 gallons so i can conrol the original gravity. This is my own recipe for killians red. It is derived from about twenty different recipies and attempts to make it perfect and here i have it. you can substitute the white lab yeast with wyeast 1338 if you dont want as much alcohol but why would you do that? This beer is very red and very smooth.
This beer smells, looks, and tastes like a real killians.
If you keg this beer do it at 13.25psi for the right head.
Recipe type: All Grain
Batch Size: 7gal
Starting Gravity: 1.060
Finishing Gravity: 1.011
Time in Boil: 50min
Primary Fermentation: 7 days
Secondary Fermentation: 14 days
- 14# British 2row
- 1.5# Crystal 80
- 1.5 oz cascade 5.7 alpha
- 2.5 oz E.K. Goldings 4.7 alpha
- 1 tsp. irish moss
- white labs california ale yeast WLP001
Mash grains at 150 degrees for 60 minutes in a 1:1 ratio quarts of water to grain. The sparge with 5 gallons 170 degree water for 1 hour. Bring to a boil. Add 1.75 oz E.K Golding hops and boil for 50 minutes. With 15 minutes left add irish moss. After 50 minures turn off heat add 1.50 oz Cascase hops and .75oz E.K Golding. Cool to 80 degrees transfer to primary carboy and add whitelab yeast california ale WLP001
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