Nothing beats a lazy Sunday afternoon kicking back in the yard with a pint of your favourite hazy pale ale or hanging with friends enjoying a Sunday Session. We get you want to enjoy responsibly and like the sweet juicy hazy styles but you don't want to wake up Malty Monday feeling worse for wear at the start of the working week. So we have pulled together Sunday | Hazy Pale Ale All Grain Recipe Kit for you!
So, what are you waiting for? Get your Hazy Pale Ale brewing on! cheers #brewhappy #drinkhappier #enjoyresponsibly
Mill the grains and dough-in targeting a mash of around 3 Litres of water to 1 Kg of grain (a liquor-to-grist ratio of about 3:1 by weight) and a temperature of 66 °C (150 °F).
Hold the mash at 66 °C (150 °F ) until enzymatic conversion is complete.
Infuse the mash with near boiling water while stirring or with a recirculating mash system raise the temperature to mash out at 76 °C (168 °F). Mash out for 10 minutes.
Fly sparge slowly with enough 77 °C (170 °F ) water, collecting wort until the pre-boil kettle volume is around 28.5 L (6.5 gallons).
The total boil time will be 60 minutes. Add first hop addition of 15g of Amarillo at 60 minutes from end of boil. Add second hop addition of 15g of Hort4337 at 10 minutes from end of boil. Do not add Deltafloc or Irish Moss.
At flameout, wait until wort cools to 82°C (180 °F ) to avoid volatizing hop oils. Set time for 20 mins and add the hop steep/whirlpool addition (35g each hop).
After the total hop stand, chill wort to 19°C (67 °F ), decant starter or open Gold Pitch and pitch Yeast and aerate.
Over the course of the two-week fermentation, ramp the temperature up to 23°C (73 °F ) to ensure full attenuation.
Approximately 3 days after pitching the yeast, or when the gravity is at 1.020 (5° P), add the first round of Amarillo and Hort4337 dry hops (25g each hop).
Wait 5 days, then remove the first dry hop addition and add the second addition of dry hops and dry hop for another 5 days.
Package at 2.4 volumes (4.8 g/L) of CO2 and drink fresh. Haze is expected.Prost!
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Sunday Hazy pale ale
Review by Matt on 10 Dec 2019review stating Sunday Hazy pale ale
Recommend any brewer especially all grain novices (like me) to try this all grain recipe. The ingredients all turned up the next day after ordering! Easy to read step by step instructions. I use a robo brew, but would be easy to do with other methods / systems. Love the Vermont IPA GigaYeast . Worked really well at 18° to 22°. Just sampled a pot from the batch after 12 days in fermenter and 8 days in keg! 20 days in total. Really happy with this beer plenty of Haze and easy drinking! Amirillo and Hort ( which haven’t tried before) really shine thru. Great combo