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crazy injun apa v1.1

version 1.1 of a beer i made a while ago. first one came out good, changed the grains a bit. i had 3 lbs of c75 so i used that.

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 0.000
Added By: reinheitsgebrewer Added: 8/10/11

crazy injun american brown ale v2

crazy injun american brown ale with slightly different hops and s-05 yeast

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 0.000
Added By: reinheitsgebrewer Added: 5/03/11

crazy injun american brown ale

dark, hoppy ale, not really sure how to classify it but i guess American Brown Ale fits, so there ya go. this is the best one I've brewed yet, out of ~25 batches. this will probably become my house beer.

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 0.000
Added By: reinheitsgebrewer Added: 5/02/11

Dry hoggin' heaven

American brown ale, lightly hopped, with bacon and maple syrup

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Extract + Specialty Grain Rating: 0.000
Added By: BeerNard Added: 9/18/12

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Dry hoggin' heaven

American brown ale, lightly hopped, with bacon and maple syrup

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Extract + Specialty Grain Rating: 0.000
Added By: BeerNard Added: 9/18/12

crazy injun apa v1.1

version 1.1 of a beer i made a while ago. first one came out good, changed the grains a bit. i had 3 lbs of c75 so i used that.

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 0.000
Added By: reinheitsgebrewer Added: 8/10/11

crazy injun american brown ale v2

crazy injun american brown ale with slightly different hops and s-05 yeast

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 0.000
Added By: reinheitsgebrewer Added: 5/03/11

crazy injun american brown ale

dark, hoppy ale, not really sure how to classify it but i guess American Brown Ale fits, so there ya go. this is the best one I've brewed yet, out of ~25 batches. this will probably become my house beer.

Style: American Ales / American (or Texas) Brown Ale
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 0.000
Added By: reinheitsgebrewer Added: 5/02/11

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American Ales

The defining property of American Ales is most likely the citrusy, floral aroma and flavor typical of American grown hops. The three basic substyles of american ales vary primarily in their malt profiles, ranging from American Pale Ales, with a light malt character mainly supporting the hops, to Amber ales, with an additional hint of some more flavorful malts and specialty grains, and finally Brown Ale, with plenty of malty, nutty goodness coming from chocolate and black malts, putting up an almost fair fight against the hop assault.

American (or Texas) Brown Ale

Toasty, nutty flavors from some seriously flavorful dark malts, sometimes including small quantities of roasted or black malts, team up with the omnipresent hop bouquet to create a well balanced, intensely flavored ale worthy of the American label.

O.G. Range: 1.040 - 1.055
F.G. Range: 1.008 - 1.018
Bitterness: 25 - 60
Color: 15 - 35

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