Jacobite Ale Clone
Source: Jason Stock
Recipe added: 11/26/00
This stuff turned out great...very much like the original. I've just tried my first bottle, and while it's extremely young (1 week old) I can tell that it's got great potential.
I highly recommend Traquair House Jacobite Ale to anyone who hasn't tried it, to those that have tried it and loved it, I can highly recommend this recipe.
Recipe type: Partial Mash
Batch Size: 5 gallons
Starting Gravity: ?
Finishing Gravity: ?
Time in Boil: 2 hours
Primary Fermentation: 1 week in plastic.
Secondary Fermentation: 1 week in plastic.
- 6 lbs Cooper's Light LME 1 lb Munton's Light DME 1 lb Munton's Wheat DME
- 2 lbs DWC Pale Malt
- 1 lb DWC Special B
- .5 lb DWC Cara-Munich
- 2 oz East Kent Goldings hops
- 1 oz Target hops
- 1 TBSP Irish Moss (rehydrated.)
- 2 oz crushed coriander seed
- 1 oz toasted oak chips
- White Labs Edinburgh Ale yeast
Added grains to about 1.5 gallons bottled spring water at 125 F degrees. Held for 30 min. protein rest. Raised to 155 F and held for 1 hour starch conversion. Mashed out at 175 F for 5 min. Rinsed grains with 180 F water. Added extracts and boiled for 1 full hour. At 1 hour mark I added 1 oz. Target hops and boiled for 30 minutes. Added 1 oz East Kent Goldings at 90 minutes. Added Irish moss at 15 minutes remaining. Added 1/2 oz. East Kent Golding hops at 8 minutes.
Added 1 oz. crushed coriander seed at 5 minutes. And added final ounce of coriander at knock off. Cooled...pitched yeast...and shook like hell.
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