wobleylegs
was up early to brew this morning to try and miss the bugs thats abundant this time of year that try to get into the pot
anyway im atempting to brew Allendale Brewerys Pennine Pale Ale. i really like this beer and it will be a nice pint for the summer months.
anyone else tried it or brewd it?
couldnt find a recipie but on their www theres some info.
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ive made this up to try. if its close enough i can adjust it the next time .
2.25 kg pale malt
1kg viena malt
333g munich malt
20g columbus @60 mins.
chilled wort to 80 c and added 10g of cascade and 10g citra. let them steep for 30 mins and cooled
cullercoats yeast used.

gravity was a little under as i was aiming  @1040.sparged with a little too much but ended up with 21l. when i was aiming for 20l which will be why the gravitys a little out.
its all tucked up in the fermenting fridge. just to clean up and thats me for today.
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Hops_and_Dreams
Sounds like a winner with those ingredients. Even if it's not too close, it sounds like a lovely beer.
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Alcoholx
looks nice!  cant see how that could turn out wrong  👍
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GHW
Summer smasher that is wobs
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EspeciallyBitter
That's a nice looking recipe!
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wobleylegs
First pint pulled. Bit cloudy but it will clear after a couple pint from corny. Taste is very nice. Well happy with it. Very easy session beer. Ill try and grab a bottle of the original to side by side it but to be honest its not a million mile away from memory A6752CB6-93F3-4508-A5F7-16FF1C69ED2D.jpeg 
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Hops_and_Dreams
Sounds good Wobley, good beer to have a few of.
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GHW
You’ve got some nicer weather coming up again to get stuck into it!
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