White House Honey Ale

an Extract Specialty Beer

brewed on 7/5/2014

Stats

1.063
OG
1.012
FG
25.3
IBU
7.1
SRM
6.7%
ABV
batch sizeboil time
5 gal60 min

Grains

amountfermentablebrandcolor (srm)
0.75 lb
Amber MaltRoasted specialty malt used in some English browns, milds and old ales to add color and a biscuit taste. Intense flavor - so limit use. Low diastatic power so must be mashed with well modified malts.
22
0.50 lb
Biscuit MaltUse for English ales, brown ales and porters. Adds a biscuit like flavor and aroma. Can be used as a substitute for toasted malt.
23
1.00 lb
DME Golden Light (Briess)
Briess4
6.60 lb
LME Pilsen Light (Briess)
Briess2.3
1.00 lb
HoneyCan be used to lighten flavor and body when substituted for malt. Generally limit to 30% when used as an adjunct. Pasturize and add to primary during fermentation. Use up to 100% for meads.
1

Hops

amountnameusetimeaauibu
1.50 oz
Goldings, East KentUsed for: General purpose hops for bittering/finishing all British Ales Aroma: Floral, aromatic, earthy, slightly sweet spicy flavor Substitutes: Fuggles, BC Goldings Examples: Bass Pale Ale, Fullers ESB, Samual Smith's Pale Ale
Boil45 min7.5 %24.2 ibu
1.50 oz
FugglesUsed for: General purpose bittering/aroma for English Ales, Dark Lagers Aroma: Mild, soft, grassy, floral aroma Substitute: East Kent Goldings, Williamette Examples: Samuel Smith's Pale Ale, Old Peculiar, Thomas Hardy's Ale
Boil1 min6.8 %1.0 ibu

Yeasts

namelabattenuation
British Ale YeastFruity, tart, dry crisp finish. Very well balanced.
Best For: All British Ales, Pales, Bitters, English Strong Ale
Wyeast Labs 109874.0%

Misc

amountnametypeuse
1 tsp
Irish MossFining agent that aids in the post-boil protein break. Reduces protein chill haze and improves beer clarity.
FiningBoil
0.5 tsp
Yeast NutrientGives yeast nutrients for healthy fermentation. Not needed for most beers, but good for those with a high percentage of adjuncts. Add before yeast.
OtherBoil

Mash steps

nametimetemp
Mash In75 min150.0 F