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MaPale Spring 2011

(60gal. biggest batch brewed) This beer was brewed by blink and myself. We brewed the wirt in Uncle Mark's new 15 gallon pot. We put 4 gallons of Maple Syrup and 1 gallon of Muttons extra light malt extract. Toward the end we added 4 ozs of horizon hops. We...

Style: American Ales / American Pale Ale
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 5.000
Added By: svossler Added: 5/24/11

American Super Double Imperial IPA

A blisteringly bitter beer that should satisfy the most extreme type of Hop Head, but also smooth and significant malt flavors and a high ABV% from nearly 20lbs of grains. The spotlight is on the Columbus hops for the bittering, aroma and flavor, while the less harsh Cascade hops are...

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Full Mash Rating: 4.200
Added By: BeerNard Added: 4/26/09

Goodbye to Freedom Double IPA

Total of 6oz. of hops, including 2oz dry-hopping goodness. Strong & Bitter. Will put hair on your chest.

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Extract + Specialty Grain Rating: 4.000
Added By: BeerNard Added: 5/04/14

Pale Ale - Cascade

Cascade hops will show you all of their splendor in this classic American Pale Ale. Additions at 5 different times contribute many different kinds of bitterness, aroma and flavor for a real hop showcase. The Munich Malt addition adds a nice smooth background to the cascades.

Style: American Ales / American Pale Ale
Recipe Type: Extract + Specialty Grain Rating: 4.000
Added By: BeerNard Added: 4/26/09

What a Kölsch!

An all extract approach to creating this German local specialty that is a rarity in the US. With plenty of, but not overpowering, bitterness from the Saaz and Spalt hops and the signature clarity of this bright yellowish bear it is sure to win rave reviews.

Style: American Ales / American Pale Ale
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 3.880
Added By: mattdrake Added: 4/29/09

MaPale Spring 2011

(60gal. biggest batch brewed) This beer was brewed by blink and myself. We brewed the wirt in Uncle Mark's new 15 gallon pot. We put 4 gallons of Maple Syrup and 1 gallon of Muttons extra light malt extract. Toward the end we added 4 ozs of horizon hops. We...

Style: American Ales / American Pale Ale
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 0.000
Added By: svossler Added: 5/24/11

Honey Blonde IPA

when I brewed this, I was worried that I had overdone it with hops, but as it went through the process and I tasted it along the way, my worries faded. It has a teriffic grapefruit nose and back of the tongue bite, then finishes with just the right amount...

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 0.000
Added By: 1eyedjack Added: 3/24/12

Honey Blonde IPA

when I brewed this, I was worried that I had overdone it with hops, but as it went through the process and I tasted it along the way, my worries faded. It has a teriffic grapefruit nose and back of the tongue bite, then finishes with just the right amount...

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 0.000
Added By: 1eyedjack Added: 3/24/12

Honey Blonde IPA

when I brewed this, I was worried that I had overdone it with hops, but as it went through the process and I tasted it along the way, my worries faded. It has a teriffic grapefruit nose and back of the tongue bite, then finishes with just the right amount...

Style: American Ales / American IPA
Recipe Type: Extract Rating: 0.000
Added By: 1eyedjack Added: 3/24/12

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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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.

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