Gingerbread Brown Ale All Grain Recipe

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Gingerbread Brown Ale All Grain Recipe

Back for the Holidaze Milk and Cookies? How about Beer and Pretzels instead? Spread a little Holiday Cheer! Spiced with ginger, cinnamon, clove, nutmeg and a little something special, this Brown Ale is sure to become a seasonal favorite.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.044
Final Gravity : 1.012
Color / SRM : Brown
Alcohol by Volume : 4.30%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 20

Specialty Grains : Chocolate, Special B

Recipe Includes : Base Malt Grain, Specialty Grains & Hops, Gingerbread Spice
View The Gingerbread Brown Ale All Grain Recipe Instructions here.

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Allen Drewes
Good after some tweaks

Had some issues with my equipment but salvaged it after some additional spice extract. It turned out mild in flavor and a 7.2% ABV.

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Daniel D Sienkiewicz
Probably good but won't know until next time

Brewed this with a friend right before Thanksgiving, everything went perfect. Got it kegged and carbed up but it's thin and has an obvious banana smell and smokey flavor. After doing some investigating, I found that the yeast I picked, Wyeast 1728, has traits of smokiness at lower esters at high temps. Purchased a new thermowell and bung to use in this batch so my fermentation temp was exactly where I set it, 66∞F. The back of the Wyeast package said 65-72 is good, figured I was on the low side. Just looked at wyeast's site and it said 55 is on the low side... The directions for this brew are a tad vague also, but I'm sure everyone's processes vary. If I was going to brew it again, I'd mash warmer and pick a more neutral yeast, probably US-04 or an English Ale yeast. I'd also read the yeast manufacturers (?) suggestions. Can't fault AIH for my mistakes but I should have researched better I guess.

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