Strong Scotch Ale – All Grain

Statistics

General Info

Rework of original Lightning Arse to accommodate a double mash - 5 gallons of this and another 5 gallons of Saison Autome.

Comments

Brew store was out of Golden Promise. Used Maris Otter instead.

Malts and Grains

Amount Malt/Grain %
11.00 pounds British Maris Otter Pale Malt 71.8%
3.00 pounds German Light Munich Malt 19.6%
0.33 pounds Belgian Biscuit Malt 2.2%
0.25 pounds British Chocolate Malt 1.6%
0.62 pounds Crystal Malt 75L 4%
0.13 pounds Crystal Malt 20L 0.8%
15.33 pounds Total Grain Weight 100%

Hops

Amount Hop Time AA
1.25 ounces Challenger 60 min 6.7%
0.50 ounces Kent Golding 10 min 4.5%
1.75 ounces Total Hop Weight

Yeasts

Name Lab/Manufacturer Product ID Amount
Edinburgh Ale White Labs WLP028 1000 ml

Equipment Profile Converted Keg, 10 Gallon/38 Liter Cooler Mash Tun

Notes:

Converted 15.5 gallon/59 liter keg boil kettle for full boil with a 10 gallon/38 liter cooler as a mash/lauter tun.

Mash Profile Single Infusion Mash, Medium Bodied Beer, No Mash Out

Notes:

Mash profile for most well-modified malts.

Mash Steps

# Name Time Temp. Description
1 Mash In 60 min. 154°F

Add 100% of mash water at 166° F / 74° C

Water Profile Denver, Colorado

Procedure

  • Make a 1000ml yeast starter at least two days in advance of brew session
  • Mash at 152-154°F for at least 60 minutes
  • 90 minute boil
  • Add hops according to schedule
  • Cool and pitch yeast
  • Ferment cool: between 64-68°F
  • Cold condition for at least two months

Fermentation and Aging

Primary:
7 days @ 65° F
Secondary:
7 days @ 65° F
Age:
60 days @ 40° F

Lightning Arse

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Brew Day Data

  Target Actual Notes
Strike Water Amount: 5.1    
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Sparge Water Amount: 3.7    
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Pre-Boil Gravity:      
Pre-Boil Amount: 5.5    
Post-Boil Amount: 5    
Boil Time: 90    
OG: 1.072 / 17.5° P    
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