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MaPale 2009 Dark Amber

The Basics

Type: Extract
Style: Specialty Brew
Sub Style: Specialty Brew
Added: 05/11/2010
Added By: svossler
   
O.G.: 1.045
F.G.: 1.011
Bitterness: 9 IBU
Color: 15 SRM
ABV: 4.52%

Description:

On 5/3/2009 SPV and SAV made some home brew (maple beer). We made 2 batches everything the same except one used 1 gal light amber (Link's Syrup) and one used 1 gal B grade (Very Dark Amber) maple syrup.

Ingredients

Based on 15 Gallons (56.8 Liters) of Beer:

Extract:
10 lbs. Extra Light (Muntons)   -  Liquid Extract
11 lbs. Maple Syrup (Vossler Maple Farms)   -  Liquid Extract
Hops:
1.5 oz. Horizon (Pellets): 13 HBU
Yeast:
Muntons - Premium Gold - Dry

Homebrewing Process

Fermentation

15.00 Gallons 14 - 16 Days 70.00- 75.00° F

Kegging

Keg beer with forced CO2 (25.00-35.00 PSI) to achieve 0.0 volumes of CO2.

Aging

  6 - 8 Days 70.00- 75.00° F

Submitter
Notes

We fermented the MaPale in a 15.5 gal stainless steel keg and racked into another for clarification and priming. A day before the party we placed the keg in clean plastic trash can, filled it with ice, wrapped the trash can with a blanket and placed CO2 at about 30 psi. Several times during the day and night the kegs were shook to help dissolve the CO2 into the beer. At the party both the Light amber and the Dark amber were consumed before the 10:00 that night with the Light amber version empty first.

P.S. George V. gave the grade-B (dark amber) batch two thumbs up.

Beer Analysis

Pre-Boil

Volume 5.0 Gallons
Original Gravity 1.045
Extract 11.20° Plato

Post-Boil

  Apparent Real
Final Gravity 1.011  
Extract 2.82° Plato 4.41° Plato
Attenuation 75% 61%
 
  By Volume By Weight
Alcohol 4.52% 3.62%
 
Caloric Content 149 per 12 fl oz

Style Comparison

  Predicted Values
  Style Values - Specialty Brew

Original Gravity

1.000

1.000
1.150
1.045

1.150 

Final Gravity

1.000

1.000
1.150
1.011

1.150 

Color

1
80
15

100°

Bitterness

0

1
150
9

150 

Alcohol by Volume

0%

0.0
20.0
4.5

20%

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