10 Gallon All Grain Recipe:
|8 # Pilsner Malt||3 Oz Cluster Pellets (60 Min)||1 Tbl Yeast Nutrient (15 Min)||Wyeast #1728, Scotch Ale|
|5 # Scottish Malt||4 Oz. Hallertau Pellets (30 Min)||1/2 tsp. Irish Moss (10 Min)|
|1 # German Light Crystal Malt||4 Oz. Saaz Pellet (10 Min)|
|1 # CaraPils Malt|
|1 # Smoked Peat Malt|
|.5 # Wheat Malt|
Add crushed grains to 6 gallons of water heated to 130° F, stirring constantly. Let rest for 30 minutes. Heat mash to 155°F, stirring constantly. Let rest for 60 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes. Heat mash to 175°F, stirring constantly. Sparge until 12 gallons of wort have been collected. Boil wort for 1 hour, adding the Cluster hops at the start of the boil, the Hallertau pellets 30 minutes into the boil, Saaz pellets 50 minutes into the boil. Add yeast nutrient 45 minutes into the boil, the Irish moss 50 minutes in to the boil. Cool wort to approximately 70-75°F and pitch 1 quart of yeast starter. Ferment in primary for 5 days, secondary 8 days. Original Gravity 1.046 - Final Gravity 1.010. Percent Alcohol 4.8. Prime with 2 cups of light dry malt before bottling.
Unfortunately, this batch became infected. This is why sanitizing all equipment that comes in contact with beer is crucial. As the brewery's brew pot is not big enough to boil a 10 gallon batch, the brewer was forced to brew this batch in two sessions. (only one mashing session was necessary) Somewhere between the two sessions, it became infected. A lot of work was poured down the drain. Learn from the brewer's mistake: clean,clean, clean!
Revised: Sunday, December
21, 1997 22:19:17
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