Hazelnut Brown Ale Homebrew (2012 Batch #2)

I brewed a Hazelnut Brown Ale the other night. It’s an original recipe I put together after reviewing a few similar brew recipes online. I’m shooting for about 6% ABV and something a bit hoppier than a traditional brown.

Here’s the recipe summary:

Grains:
7 Pounds Light Liquid Malt Extract
1 Pound American Crystal 20
1 Pound American Crystal 80
1 Pound English Brown
.5 Pounds Chocolate
.5 Pounds Light Munich

Hops:
1 Ounce Perle (7.5%) @60min
1 Ounce Saaz (3.5%) @20min

Other:
White Labs American Ale Yeast
1 Whirfloc Tablet @5min
4 Ounces Hazelnut Extract at Bottling
5 Ounces of Priming Sugar at Bottling

Original gravity reading: 1.06

And here’s the detailed recipe.


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One Response to Hazelnut Brown Ale Homebrew (2012 Batch #2)

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