This Scotch Ale recipe is a huge, malty beer with a deep rich copper color. Scotch Ales have a flavor a little reminiscent of single malt Scotch with smoky overtones and roasted flavors. With a 1.075 to 1.080 starting gravity and 24 IBU of bitterness, it is distinctly malty, but not cloying like some Scotch Ale recipes. Scotch Ale strains typically ferment well down to 60 degrees and leave behind very few esters or fruity flavors, emphasizing the malt.
Estimated Original Gravity:1.082-86
SRM (Color Range: 18
Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 8%
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|Ready to Drink Within||4-8 Weeks|
|Alcohol Content||High (7-9%)|
|Fermentation Temp Range||64-72|
|Brewing Method||All Grain|