All Cascade Pale Ale

Remember last fall when I said I was going to make a single hop pale ale? Well, here’s the recipe.

All Cascade Pale Ale (all-grain)
5.5-gallons
OG = 1.050
FG = 1.013
SRM = 9.0
IBU = 40

Grains
6.25 lbs pale ale malt (65%)
1.0 lbs Munich malt (10%)
1.0 lbs wheat malt (10%)
0.50 lbs light crystal (10-20°L) (5%)
0.50 lbs caramunich (5%)
0.50 lbs aromatic malt (5%)

Hops
0.75 oz Cascade (FWH)
2.25 oz Cascade (60 min)
0.50 oz Cascade (15 min)
0.75 oz Cascade (5 min)
1.00 oz Cascade (flame out)
0.75 oz Cascade (dry hop for 10 days)

Yeast: WYeast VSS Rogue strain

If all goes well, it will be made this weekend.

About Mike

I'm the head brewmaster at Shepody Brewery. I'm the one who chooses the recipes, orders supplies, does all the grunt work, and drinks most of the product.
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One Response to All Cascade Pale Ale

  1. Peter says:

    I always make something very similar to this with homegrown Cascades and less finishing hops. It’s my house blonde ale. (I use late harvested Cascades for cleaner bittering)

    It reminds me of Euro-lagers, but with a nice American micro-brewed ale twist.

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