Hops_and_Dreams
Ok, so my next beer will venture into using liquid yeast for the first time. I'm in the hope that there will a noticeable improvement in my English type beers that to date have been slightly lacking.

I though I'd go for a simple blonde ale, which should let the yeast character come through. Any feedback would be welcome as I'd like the yeast to be the star of this to get a taste for what it adds. Not sure whether to scale the hops back a bit? But I do like a fruity English ale.

OG 1041
FG 1011
IBU 25
ABV 3.9%

3.5kg Extra Pale Malt
0.197kg Torrified Wheat
0.197kg Caramalt

14g Challenger 60min
15g First Gold 15min
15g Fuggle 15min
15g First Gold 0min
15g Fuggle 0min

Ferment with Wyeast 1318 London III

EDIT - batch size is 20ltr.
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Steve
Looks really good does that !
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Clibit
Looks lovely, and should be a good showcase for the yeast.  [thumb]
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Hops_and_Dreams
Cool. I'll keep it as is then.
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Steve
Hops_and_Dreams wrote:
Cool. I'll keep it as is then.


There's nothing to change! It look's great to me [smile]
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