American Amber Ale - All-Grain Recipe Kit


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American Amber Ale - All-Grain Recipe Kit

BEER PROFILE:
Original Gravity: 1.055
Final Gravity: 1.014
Alcohol By Volume: 5.42%
Color SRM 11.38
Bitterness IBU 27.78
Yield: 5 gallons

Malts are a naturally gluten free product malted in a dedicated gluten free facility. Produces gluten free beer. Use Amylase Enzymes to convert starches into sugars which can then be fermented by brewing yeast.

KIT INCLUDES: Step-by-step brewing tutorial including mash, sparge and boil instructions, 5 lb Pale rice malt, 5 lb Pale millet malt, 4 lb Amber rice malt, 1 lb James' Brown rice malt, 1 lb CaraMillet Malt, 1 lb Biscuit rice malt, 1 oz Chinook hops, 1 oz Mt Hood hops, 1 Whirlfloc tablet, 1 pkg Mangrove Jack’s M15 Empire Ale Yeast

INGREDIENTS NEEDED BUT NOT INCLUDED: 1 tsp Amylase Enzyme (AMG-300L recommended), Priming sugar (if bottling)

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: 8+ gallon brew kettle, 10 gallon mash tun, 5 - 10 gallon HLT, Primary fermenter with lid, Secondary fermenter w/ lid, Airlocks, Sanitizer, Thermometer, Grain mill, Stainless stirring spoon, Bottling or kegging equipment

Price: $66.19
Ship Weight: 17.30 Pounds
SKU: GFHB-AG-AMBRALE
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Remarkably good, although I had to improvise
By Christopher on 08/06/2017

This was my first attempt at all-grain, gluten-free brewing, after having taken 15 years off from home brewing following a Celiac diagnosis. In the end, I don't think I milled the millet fine enough, so I did not get a good conversion. As a result, I added 3 pounds of sorghum extract to the pot before the boil. Other than that, this came out remarkably well, with a full flavor and good happiness. I can't get enough of it, really. Next time, I'll mill the millet a lot finer, probably in a Corona mill that I have outfitted with stone butters. The malted rice and its hulls should prevent a stuck mash. Also, next time I'll go with a simple batch sparge.


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