Black Widow Kolsch

Name: Black Widow Kolsch
Description:  I use 1.5qts per pound at half and half RO water/tap water for the mash. I add about 1/2 tsp CaCl to help with the pH. The Sparge water is usually whatever RO water I have left and some tap water to make up the difference. The step mash and the long cold conditioning/lagering helps with the clarity.
Post Boil Volume: 6.00
Pre Boil Volume: 6.98
Mash Time: 60
Boil Time: 70.00
Desired Original Gravity: 1.047
Desired Final Gravity: 1.01
Calculated Likely ABV% Based on Specified Gravities: 4.870
Users Targeted ABV%: .000
Desired CO2 Volumes: 2.8
Anticipated Brewhouse Efficiency: 83.00
Likely Original Gravity at 6.00 Based on Grains and Efficiency: @ 83.00% = 278 GU = 1.046

Grain: Pilsner (2 Row) Ger qty:7.75
Grain: Wheat Malt, Ger qty:1
Grain: Honey Malt101 qty:0.25

Hop : Hallertauer qty:1 at:60.000 mins. AA=4.80
Hop : Saaz qty:0.2 at:15.000 mins. AA=4.00
Hop : Saaz qty:0.2 at:5.000 mins. AA=4.00

Yeast: German Ale/Kolsch qty:1Max temp: 69.0Min temp: 65.0

Style Name: Kölsch (Light Hybrid Beer)
Black Widow Kolsch Pocket Brewer XML Code»

Black Widow Kolsch BeerXML Code»

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<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RecipeClass>
<BREWER />
<Type>All Grain</Type>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<OriginalGravity>1.047</OriginalGravity>
<OriginalGravityImportExport>1.04700000</OriginalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravityImportExport>1.01000000</FinalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravity>1.01</FinalGravity>
<BatchSize>6</BatchSize>
<BatchSizeImportExport>6</BatchSizeImportExport>
<BoilVolumeSize>6.98</BoilVolumeSize>
<BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>6.98</BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>
<CO2Volumes>2.8</CO2Volumes>
<BoilTime>70</BoilTime>
<MashTime>60</MashTime>
<TargetABV>0</TargetABV>
<BrewHouseEfficiency>83.00</BrewHouseEfficiency>
<Name>Black Widow Kolsch</Name>
<Style />
<Description>I use 1.5qts per pound at half and half RO water/tap water for the mash. I add about 1/2 tsp CaCl to help with the pH. The Sparge water is usually whatever RO water I have left and some tap water to make up the difference. The step mash and the long cold conditioning/lagering helps with the clarity. </Description>
<StyleIdExact>6C</StyleIdExact>
<StyleIdGeneral>6</StyleIdGeneral>
<Yeasts>
<YeastAdditionClass>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<Name>German Ale/Kolsch</Name>
</YeastAdditionClass>
</Yeasts>
<Hops>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Used for: German Ales, German/US/Canadian Lagers, Wheat Beers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1</QuantityText>
<Alpha>4.80</Alpha>
<AlphaText>4.80</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>14</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>60.000</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>60.000</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Hallertauer</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.2</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.2</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.2</QuantityText>
<Alpha>4.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>4.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>1</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>15.000</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>15.000</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Saaz</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.2</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.2</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.2</QuantityText>
<Alpha>4.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>4.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>0</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>5.000</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>5.000</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Saaz</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
</Hops>
<Grains>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>7.75</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>81.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>German base for Pilsners and Bohemian Lagers</NOTES>
<Quantity>7.75</Quantity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Pilsner (2 Row) Ger</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>84.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Malted wheat base for use in all wheat styles</NOTES>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Wheat Malt, Ger</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>80.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>25.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Canada</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER>Gambrinus</SUPPLIER>
<NOTES>Intensely sweet – adds a sweet malty flavor sometimes associated with honey.  Also called Brumalt.</NOTES>
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Honey Malt101</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
</Grains>
<Adjuncts />
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
</MASH>
<Id>e6303d7c-d50c-455c-a426-7a39b885ba6d</Id>
<BrewHouse>
<Efficiency>83.00</Efficiency>
</BrewHouse>
</RecipeClass>

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RECIPE>
<NAME>Black Widow Kolsch</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>All Grain</TYPE>
<NOTES>I use 1.5qts per pound at half and half RO water/tap water for the mash. I add about 1/2 tsp CaCl to help with the pH. The Sparge water is usually whatever RO water I have left and some tap water to make up the difference. The step mash and the long cold conditioning/lagering helps with the clarity. </NOTES>
<BREWER />
<BATCH_SIZE>22.71</BATCH_SIZE>
<BOIL_TIME>70</BOIL_TIME>
<BOIL_SIZE>26.42</BOIL_SIZE>
<EFFICIENCY>83.00</EFFICIENCY>
<FG>1.01000000</FG>
<OG>1.04700000</OG>
<CARBONATION>2.8</CARBONATION>
<HOPS>
<HOP>
<NAME>Hallertauer</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>4.80</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.03</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>60.000</TIME>
<NOTES>Used for: German Ales, German/US/Canadian Lagers, Wheat Beers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Saaz</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>4.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.01</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>15.000</TIME>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Saaz</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>4.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.01</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>5.000</TIME>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
</HOPS>
<FERMENTABLES>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Pilsner (2 Row) Ger</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>3.52</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>81.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>German base for Pilsners and Bohemian Lagers</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>110.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.00</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>100.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.037</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Wheat Malt, Ger</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.45</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>84.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Malted wheat base for use in all wheat styles</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>95.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>12.50</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>60.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.039</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Honey Malt101</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.11</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>80.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>25.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Canada</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER>Gambrinus</SUPPLIER>
<NOTES>Intensely sweet – adds a sweet malty flavor sometimes associated with honey.  Also called Brumalt.</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>2.00</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>3.80</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>10.50</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>10.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.037</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
</FERMENTABLES>
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<YEASTS>
<YEAST>
<NAME>German Ale/Kolsch</NAME>
<TYPE>Ale</TYPE>
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<FORM>Liquid</FORM>
<AMOUNT>1</AMOUNT>
<LABORATORY>White Labs</LABORATORY>
<PRODUCT_ID>WLP029</PRODUCT_ID>
<MIN_TEMPERATURE>65.0</MIN_TEMPERATURE>
<MAX_TEMPERATURE>69.0</MAX_TEMPERATURE>
<ATTENUATION>75.00</ATTENUATION>
<NOTES>Great for light beers.  Accentuates hop flavors.  Slight sulfer flavor will fade with age and leave a clean, lager like ale.</NOTES>
<BEST_FOR>Kolsch, Altbiers, Pale Ales, Blonde and Honey Ales</BEST_FOR>
<FLOCCULATION>Medium</FLOCCULATION>
</YEAST>
</YEASTS>
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
</MASH>
<STYLE>
<NAME>Kölsch</NAME>
<CATEGORY>Light Hybrid Beer</CATEGORY>
<CATEGORY_NUMBER>6</CATEGORY_NUMBER>
<STYLE_LETTER>C</STYLE_LETTER>
<STYLE_GUIDE>BJCP</STYLE_GUIDE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>Mixed</TYPE>
<OG_MIN>1.044</OG_MIN>
<OG_MAX>1.050</OG_MAX>
<FG_MIN>1.007</FG_MIN>
<FG_MAX>1.011</FG_MAX>
<IBU_MIN>20</IBU_MIN>
<IBU_MAX>30</IBU_MAX>
<COLOR_MIN>4.0</COLOR_MIN>
<COLOR_MAX>5.0</COLOR_MAX>
<ABV_MIN>4.4</ABV_MIN>
<ABV_MAX>5.2</ABV_MAX>
<NOTES>Served in a tall, narrow 200ml glass called a “Stange.”  Each Köln brewery produces a beer of different character, and each interprets the Konvention slightly differently.  Allow for a range of variation within the style when judging.  Note that drier versions may seem hoppier or more bitter than the IBU specifications might suggest.  Due to its delicate flavor profile, Kölsch tends to have a relatively short shelf-life; older examples can show some oxidation defects.  Some Köln breweries (e.g., Dom, Hellers) are now producing young, unfiltered versions known as Wiess (which should not be entered in this category).</NOTES>
</STYLE>
</RECIPE>

Haus Pale Ale

Name: Haus Pale Ale
Description: 10 days of fermentation at 68 degrees.    single infusion at 152 degrees.
Post Boil Volume: 5.50
Pre Boil Volume: 6.00
Mash Time: 60.00
Boil Time: 60.00
Desired Original Gravity: 1.051
Desired Final Gravity: 1.011
Calculated Likely ABV% Based on Specified Gravities: 5.260
Users Targeted ABV%: 5.000
Desired CO2 Volumes: 2
Anticipated Brewhouse Efficiency: 68
Likely Original Gravity at 5.50 Based on Grains and Efficiency: @ 68% = 281 GU = 1.051

Grain: Pale Malt (2 Row) US qty:9
Grain: Vienna Malt qty:2
Grain: Caramel/Crystal Malt – 10L qty:0
Grain: Cara-Pils/Dextrine qty:0.5

Hop : Cascade qty:1 at:60 mins. AA=5.50
Hop : Cascade qty:0.5 at:30 mins. AA=5.50
Hop : Cascade qty:0.25 at:15 mins. AA=5.50
Hop : Cascade qty:0.25 at:5 mins. AA=5.50

Yeast: Nottingham qty:1 Max temp: 70.0 Min temp: 57.0

Style Name: American Pale Ale (American Ale)
Haus Pale Ale Pocket Brewer XML Code»

Haus Pale Ale BeerXML Code»

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<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RecipeClass>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<Type>All Grain</Type>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<OriginalGravity>1.051</OriginalGravity>
<OriginalGravityImportExport>1.051</OriginalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravityImportExport>1.011</FinalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravity>1.011</FinalGravity>
<BatchSize>5.5</BatchSize>
<BatchSizeImportExport>5.5</BatchSizeImportExport>
<BoilVolumeSize>6</BoilVolumeSize>
<BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>6</BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>
<CO2Volumes>2</CO2Volumes>
<BoilTime>60</BoilTime>
<MashTime>60</MashTime>
<TargetABV>5</TargetABV>
<BrewHouseEfficiency>68</BrewHouseEfficiency>
<Name>Haus Pale Ale</Name>
<Style />
<Description>10 days of fermentation at 68 degrees.    single infusion at 152 degrees.</Description>
<StyleIdExact>10A</StyleIdExact>
<StyleIdGeneral>10</StyleIdGeneral>
<Yeasts>
<YeastAdditionClass>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<Name>Nottingham</Name>
<ProductID>-</ProductID>
</YeastAdditionClass>
</Yeasts>
<Hops>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1</QuantityText>
<Alpha>5.50</Alpha>
<AlphaText>5.50</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>17</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>60</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>60</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Cascade</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.5</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.5</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.5</QuantityText>
<Alpha>5.50</Alpha>
<AlphaText>5.50</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>7</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>30</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>30</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Cascade</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.25</QuantityText>
<Alpha>5.50</Alpha>
<AlphaText>5.50</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>2</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>15</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>15</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Cascade</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.25</QuantityText>
<Alpha>5.50</Alpha>
<AlphaText>5.50</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>1</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>5</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>5</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Cascade</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
</Hops>
<Grains>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>9</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>79.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Base malt for all beer styles</NOTES>
<Quantity>9</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.036</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Pale Malt (2 Row) US</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>2</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>78.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.5</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>2</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.036</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Vienna Malt</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>75.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>10.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>0</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.035</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 10L</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.5</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>72.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>0.5</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.033</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Cara-Pils/Dextrine</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
</Grains>
<Adjuncts />
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
</MASH>
<Id>a14623e0-9acc-408c-be44-5057be16af7a</Id>
<BrewHouse>
<Efficiency>68</Efficiency>
</BrewHouse>
</RecipeClass>

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RECIPE>
<NAME>Haus Pale Ale</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>All Grain</TYPE>
<NOTES>10 days of fermentation at 68 degrees.    single infusion at 152 degrees.</NOTES>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<BATCH_SIZE>20.8189</BATCH_SIZE>
<BOIL_TIME>60</BOIL_TIME>
<BOIL_SIZE>22.7115</BOIL_SIZE>
<EFFICIENCY>68</EFFICIENCY>
<FG>1.011</FG>
<OG>1.051</OG>
<CARBONATION>2</CARBONATION>
<HOPS>
<HOP>
<NAME>Cascade</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>5.50</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0283</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>60</TIME>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Cascade</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>5.50</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0142</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>30</TIME>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Cascade</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>5.50</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0071</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>15</TIME>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Cascade</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>5.50</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0071</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>5</TIME>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
</HOPS>
<FERMENTABLES>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Pale Malt (2 Row) US</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>4.0823</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>79.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Base malt for all beer styles</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>140.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>12.30</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>100.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.036</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Vienna Malt</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.9072</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>78.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.5</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>50.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.00</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>90.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.036</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 10L</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>75.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>10.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.035</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Cara-Pils/Dextrine</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.2268</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>72.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.033</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
</FERMENTABLES>
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<YEASTS>
<YEAST>
<NAME>Nottingham</NAME>
<TYPE>Ale</TYPE>
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<FORM>Dry</FORM>
<AMOUNT>1</AMOUNT>
<LABORATORY>Danstar</LABORATORY>
<PRODUCT_ID>-</PRODUCT_ID>
<MIN_TEMPERATURE>57.0</MIN_TEMPERATURE>
<MAX_TEMPERATURE>70.0</MAX_TEMPERATURE>
<ATTENUATION>75.00</ATTENUATION>
<NOTES>Dry strain is highly flocculant and has high attenuation.  Produces relatively few fruity esters for a dry yeast. Can be fermented at low temperature to produce lager-style beers.</NOTES>
<BEST_FOR>Good neutral ale yeast.</BEST_FOR>
<FLOCCULATION>High</FLOCCULATION>
</YEAST>
</YEASTS>
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
</MASH>
<STYLE>
<NAME>American Pale Ale</NAME>
<CATEGORY>American Ale</CATEGORY>
<CATEGORY_NUMBER>10</CATEGORY_NUMBER>
<STYLE_LETTER>A</STYLE_LETTER>
<STYLE_GUIDE>BJCP</STYLE_GUIDE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>Ale</TYPE>
<OG_MIN>1.045</OG_MIN>
<OG_MAX>1.060</OG_MAX>
<FG_MIN>1.010</FG_MIN>
<FG_MAX>1.015</FG_MAX>
<IBU_MIN>30</IBU_MIN>
<IBU_MAX>45</IBU_MAX>
<COLOR_MIN>5.0</COLOR_MIN>
<COLOR_MAX>14.0</COLOR_MAX>
<ABV_MIN>4.5</ABV_MIN>
<ABV_MAX>6.2</ABV_MAX>
<NOTES>There is some overlap in color between American pale ale and American amber ale.  The American pale ale will generally be cleaner, have a less caramelly malt profile, less body, and often more finishing hops.</NOTES>
</STYLE>
</RECIPE>