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RedHawk
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Pale Ale Recipe with Simcoe Hops
Recently got a pound of Simcoe hops and want to do a Pale Ale and then an IPA. Does anybody have a good American Pale Ale Recipe that I can use Simcoe with?
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Coater
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lol. I've been doing a 1.58-1.060 pale ale with an oz of simcoe for bittering an ounce of cascade at 15 and some homegrown chinook at flameout.

use a pound of crystal 40


RedHawk
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use a pound of crystal 40


Sounds like a plan. Would I use 9 pounds of 2 row? I've been getting about 82% efficiency.


s14suspense
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re: Pale Ale Recipe with Simcoe Hops
Lowly extract brewer here for the moment. Whatever will give you about a 1055-1060 post boil gravity.


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Kim Jong Ir
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I've been doing a 1.58-1.060 pale ale with an oz of simcoe for bittering an ounce of cascade at 15 and some homegrown chinook at flameout.

use a pound of crystal 40


I love it when you talk like this.


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Simcoe hops



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