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BIGJIM72

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Jarrylo Ale (American Pale Ale)

Original Gravity (OG): 1.050 (°P): 12.4
Final Gravity (FG): 1.015 (°P): 3.8
Alcohol (ABV): 4.58 %
Colour (SRM): 8.1 (EBC): 15.9
Bitterness (IBU): 36.9 (Average)

96.15% Pale Ale Malt
3.85% Crystal malt

0.9 g/L Jarrylo (14% Alpha) @ 60 Minutes (Boil)
0.9 g/L Jarrylo (14% Alpha) @ 5 Minutes (Boil)
0.9 g/L Jarrylo (14% Alpha) @ 0 Minutes (Boil)


Single step Infusion at 68°C for 90 Minutes. Boil for 60 Minutes

Fermented at 20°C with Danstar London ESB

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One from last year which turned out lovely and I'm not sure why I haven't done it again - Amarillo blond:

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Ok - here's Mine...

Pilgrim's Progress ESB (Pilgrim/Progress Hopping)

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Pilgrim's Progress (Extra Special/Strong Bitter (ESB))

Original Gravity (OG): 1.050  (°P): 12.4
Final Gravity (FG):    1.013  (°P): 3.3
Alcohol (ABV):         4.91 %
Colour (SRM):          13.0   (EBC): 25.6
Bitterness (IBU):      38.5   (Tinseth)

75% Marris Otter Pale Malt
10% United Kingdom - Munich
5% Belgian - Special B
5% Flaked Oats
5% United Kingdom - Crystal 60L

1 g/L Pilgrim (9.3% Alpha) @ 60 Minutes (Boil)
1 g/L Pilgrim (9.3% Alpha) @ 15 Minutes (Boil)
1 g/L Progress (6.8% Alpha) @ 15 Minutes (Boil)


Single step Infusion at 66°C for 60 Minutes. Boil for 60 Minutes

Fermented at 20°C with Gervin GV-12



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The competition is now closed, Steven or Tom will do the judging soon.


Thank you to everyone for entering.
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Well, thanks to everyone for taking part and to Steve for organising this competition.  There are some great pics and recipes and all fantastic looking brews, but there can only be one winner unfortunately.  And for his/her crystal clear brew, so strategically composed against some nicely arranged pebbles and a pointy looking rock of some kind, the winner is dgb400!!!!!  Well done mate, a crackin' looking brew and a good balanced recipe that looks like a keeper.  Cheers again! Steven and Tom - The Crossmyloof Brewery
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Well done dgb400 that was a super looking ale, if you pm me your address i will pass it on to Steven.

Thank you all again for taking part, there was some mashing looking ales [thumb]
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Worthy winner. Beautiul looking pint.

Well done dbg.

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Nice work dbg, looks amazing that beer!
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And a commendation for Halfacrem, a very close second for me. No prize unfortunately. [rofl]
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Cheers Steven & Tom, and thanks for the positive comments [smile] I was lucky in that it turned out to taste almost as good as it looked - all sadly long gone now though.

Looks like I'll have to get cracking on a recipe to use the Galaxy hops in! I've not used them before, so will be interesting.

Steve you have a pm.
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Cheers Steven & Tom, and thanks for the positive comments [smile] I was lucky in that it turned out to taste almost as good as it looked - all sadly long gone now though.

Looks like I'll have to get cracking on a recipe to use the Galaxy hops in! I've not used them before, so will be interesting.

Steve you have a pm.


Got your pm Martin and your details have been passed on, thank you for entering and i cant wait to see what you brew with the hops.

Regards Steve.
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As I may have mentioned in a few posts I do like the New world hops! I'm most likely to redo the blonde ale with Galaxy instead, so I get a good idea of what it offers. My next brew slot is booked, but this should be on the go in three weeks or so.
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And a commendation for Halfacrem, a very close second for me. No prize unfortunately. [rofl]


Very kind of you, Phil....ever the Bridesmaid [biggrin] 

Nice one dbg , a quality looking brew!!

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Very kind of you, Phil....ever the Bridesmaid [biggrin] 

Nice one dbg , a quality looking brew!!



If you're the bridesmaid, I'm the bloke at the back of the church in jeans and a jacket. [rofl]
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Well done dbg that was a cracking looking beer, you will definitely enjoy the galaxy [thumb]
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