Daily Homebrew Recipe: Smoked Amber Ale

So it’s coming into some cooler weather down in the Southern Hemisphere and I always try to brew some Amber Ales over this time of the year. But in true Home Brewing fashion I thought I best put a twist on a classic style!

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Smoked Amber Ale

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VOLUME: 23 L

OG: 1.060

FG: 1.014

EBC: 30

IBU: 25

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Maris Otter: 3.5 kg

Munich: 0.7 kg

Smoked Malt: 1.0 kg

Caramunich: 0.25 kg

Melanoiden: 0.2 kg

Carapils: 0.25 kg

Dark Crystal: 0.35 kg

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Mash: 67c

Sparge: 78c

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Centennial: 15g (60 min)

Centennial: 30g (5 min)

Amarillo: 30g (5 min)

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Yeast: US-05

Ferment: 19c

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