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Thorpe Abbotts Pale Ale (6.5% Alcohol) Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Greg Wadel

Category:
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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
4 1/2 Gal. Spring Water
1-4 Lb. Imperial Pale Ale Mix Can
1-2 Lb. Munton & Fison- Light Dry Malt Extract
2 OZ. Northern Brewer Hop Pellets
1 Lb. Clove Honey
1 PKG. Liquid ESB Yeast
3/4 C. Corn Syrup
1-5 Gal. Fermenting Bucket
48- 12 oz. Bottles
1- Siphon Hose
1- Bottle Capper

Directions:
Directions:
Pour 2 gal. water into large kettle & bring to a boil. Add can of pale ale mix, dry malt extract, honey, & 1 oz of hops pellets. Allow to slow boil for 20 min. Stir regularly. Add 1 oz. of hops pellets & boil for 2 min. Remove from heat. Pour 2 gal. very cold water into fermenting bucket. Pour heated ingredients into fermenting bucket & add additional water to reach 5 gal. Cool to less than 80 degrees as quickly as possible.

Stir in liquid yeast vigorously for several min. Seal fermenting bucket & add air lock & place in a cool, dark place for one week.

To bottle, boil 1 C. water with 3/4 C. corn sugar & mix into fermenting bucket.Fill bottles with siphon. Cap & wait 2 weeks.

 

 

 

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