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Their old Kolsch yeast? Have they changed it?
I thought it was one of the best of the first ones they brought out also, real ale was terrible
Must try the Celtic though.
 

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Using my house Edwardian era IPA recipe modified to be a single hop beer, namely First Gold, as I want to see what this brings to the party on its own.

Mash is on, recipe to follow..
 

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Today's Recipe:

India Ale - First Gold
English IPA
5.1% / 11.9 °P
64.1% efficiency
Batch Volume: 20 L
Boil Time: 60 min
Original Gravity: 1.048
Final Gravity (Adv): 1.009
IBU (Tinseth): 42
Colour: 7.7 EBC


Mash
Strike Temp — 71.9 °C
Infusion — 67 °C90 min
Malts (4.25 kg)
2.5 kg (55%) — Thomas Fawcett Pale Malt, Maris Otter — Grain — 5.9 EBC
1 kg (22%) — Simpsons Lager Malt — Grain — 3 EBC
750 g (16.5%) — Corn, Flaked — Grain — 2.6 EBC
Other (300 g)
300 g (6.6%) — Demerara Sugar — Sugar — 3.9 EBC — Boil
Hops (100 g)
30 g (29 IBU) — First Gold 7.5% — Boil — 60 min
12 g
(9 IBU) — First Gold 7.5% — Boil — 30 min
20 g
(4 IBU) — First Gold 7.5% — Boil — 5 min
38 g
— First Gold 7.5% — Aroma — 0 min hopstand
Yeast
1 pkg — Crossmyloof Pia 75%
Fermentation
Primary — 20 °C14 days
 

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Kegged my JOSHUA TETLEY & Sons X K BITTER BEER 1868 today. I'm a bit short on beer so I've set it to force carb using the set and forget method. Ideally, I would have naturally carbed it. The First Gold India Ale has been set to cold crash, I'll probably naturally carb this. Have to plan my next one now.....
 
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