Scottish Export 80 Shilling Recipe Kit

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Big Brew 2010
Scottish Export 80 Shilling Recipe Kit

This recipe is based on the 1991 80 Shilling Ale, Single Mash Method found in “Scotch Ale† by Greg Noonan. Enjoy! Malt Forward with a slight roasted character. Finishes dry making it a very easy drinker Dry yeast is optional, but original recipe calls for Wyeast or White Labs.

Yield : 5 Gallons
Original Gravity : 1.045
Final Gravity : 1.011
Color / SRM : 14.87
Alcohol by Volume : 4.39%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate) : 19.86

Specialty Grains : Roasted Barley
Hops : East Kent Goldings

Recipe Includes : Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains in a grain bag & Hops
View The Scottish Export 80 Shilling Recipe Kit Instructions here.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Greg T.
Nic Scottish Ale

I’ve brewed this one a few times now and it is one of my favorites! Easy to brew and a good easy drinking beer with a great malt forward taste nicely balanced and not too sweet. I brew this with Safale S-04 and it has a quick turnaround about 7-10 days in primary 2 weeks in secondary (or 3 weeks in my conical) then into the keg force carb for great beer in less than a month! Doesn’t last long so brew a double batch!

Dan Yates
Takes you to the highlands of Scotland

This is a great brew. It is malty, slightly hoppy, copper-brown in color and a serious beer, even for a lower ABV. I definitely can see myself in the Scottish highlands while I'm sipping this one. Nice recipe!

john reed
Turned out great

My first try with this Kit and was impressed with the way it turned out.

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