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Category: Beer Recipes/Award-Winning Home Brew Recipes
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Contributor: beerlover
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Ray Leeota's Freezer Cleaner Extra Pale Ale

Ray Leeota's Freezer Cleaner Extra Pale Ale
Brewers: Ray Girard and Lee Jacobson
Style: American pale ale
Competition results: First place in the American ale category at the 2010 Hudson Valley Homebrew Competition

All-grain recipe, 6-gallon batch size
Original gravity: 1.053
Final gravity: 1.013
Bitterness: 40 IBU
Alcohol by volume: 5.3 percent

9 pounds American two-row malt
1 pound wheat malt
1 pound crystal 40L malt
1 pound Munich malt
0.5 pound Victory malt

1 ounce Columbus hops (14 percent AA), 20 minutes
.5 ounces Amarillo hops (8.5 percent AA), 10 minutes
.5 ounces Centennial hops (10 percent AA), 10 minutes
1 ounce Columbus hops (14 percent AA), 5 minutes
1 ounce Centennial hops, 0 minutes (meaning add this at the same time the flame under the boiling wort is turned off)
1 ounce Amarillo hops, 0 minutes


Mash at 152 degrees F. Boil 60 minutes

Fermentation: Ferment at 68 F with Wyeast 1056. Let it drop clear, because the beer will be harsh until it does, as a lot of resins bind the yeast. Carbonate to 2.5 volumes. Drink while fresh.

Brewer's notes: This scored something ridiculous like 45 points (out of 50). It has a lot of hop flavor without a lot of bitterness; it balances big hop flavor with big maltiness. No traditional bittering hops, all hop-bursted (large amounts of hops added late in the boil). It's probably more aggressive than a classic example, but very drinkable (if you like hops).
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