Sunday, March 28, 2010

Pliny The Elder Part Two


By special request I am attempting the Pliny Clone once more. I have retooled the recipe to reflect my current mash efficiency and the knowledge I have around hop utilization. This one should be drier and have a touch more bitterness than my first attempt.


You can see the first recipe here.. PLINY!!


The following recipe is set at 85% efficiency, my set up is a beast at small amounts of grain. There is also 1lb 10oz of dextrous in this ale. Which is going to dry out the ale and drive up the ABV to 8%. 115 grams of Columbus at 14.2% Alpha Acid bring the bitterness, 30g + 71g of Simcoe bring the flavor & aroma. I allow for a gallon of hop debris and trub to be sure to collect 5.5 gallon of clean ale.

OG 1.070

PG 1.049

FG 1.011

EFF: 85%

ABV: 7.9%

SRM: 5.3

Mash at 151F for 60 Minutes. Boil for 90 Minutes. A healthy starter of Wyeast 1056 or US 55 dry yeast.

11 lb 4 oz 2 Row

8 oz Caramel 40

8 oz Carapils

1lb 10 oz Dextrous (corn sugar)

115 g Columbus 90 min

23 g Columbus 45 min

28 g Simcoe 30 min

71 g Simcoe Flame Out

28 g Centennial Flame Out

Dry Hop 1

28 G each of Columbus, Simcoe and Centennial

Dry Hop 2

7g each of Columbus, Simcoe and Centennial

5 comments:

Muddy Mo said...

Great post! May your brew be Pliny.

I just finished putting a Maris Otter/Simcoe SMaSH brew in the carboy. First time with a no extract recipe: http://muddymo.blogspot.com/2010/03/simcoe-bloody-simcoe-after-smash.html

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Lee said...

Any chance this being ready for DLD 2010?

Slovak Brewer said...

Lee, no. Most likely I will bring a Chinook single hop and Rye Stout.

TerryMontanez2289 said...

thank you for you to make me learn more,thank you∩0∩