Homebrew Wednesday 2011-11-23 — Jamison’s William Wallace Scotch Ale

Here it is, my very first “homebrew Wednesday” video here on Youtube. Woot! (And yes, I know this blog post is going up on Monday, but the original vid was posted last Wednesday so there.)

I’m doing a review of fellow Beer Geek Nation member Jamison’s William Wallace Scotch Ale.

Here’s the info he sent me on the beer:

Did a 90 min boil Used Scottish Ale Yeast Wyeast 1728 made a 3 L starter for it.

aged on 2 oz of french oak cubes soaked in Ardbeg 10 and 2 oz of American oak cubes soaked on Ardbeg 10. The Oak and Ardbeg went into the beer and aged for 6 weeks in secondary. Its 14% ABV.

17 LB American 2 row
2 LB Crystal 60
1 LB Crystal 90
3 LB Rye Malt
1 LB Peated Malt

2 oz of Chinook Pellets 13 AA 45 IBU’s

Great brew Jamison. Cheers!

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Chemist, rationalist, skeptic, feminist, and deeply humanist. Podcasts about Doctor Who and social justice at oispaceman.libsyn.com.

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