White House Honey Ale
an Extract Specialty Beer
brewed on 7/5/2014
|batch size||boil time|
|5 gal||60 min|
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.
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.
DME Golden Light (Briess)
LME Pilsen Light (Briess)
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.
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
|Boil||45 min||7.5 %||24.2 ibu|
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
|Boil||1 min||6.8 %||1.0 ibu|
British Ale YeastFruity, tart, dry crisp finish. Very well balanced.
Best For: All British Ales, Pales, Bitters, English Strong Ale
|Wyeast Labs 1098||74.0%|
Irish MossFining agent that aids in the post-boil protein break. Reduces protein chill haze and improves beer clarity.
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.
|Mash In||75 min||150.0 F|