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AG#9 – Amber Otter

Posted on: October 10, 2009

Part 1 of a 3 Part Malt and hops experiment ‘Mild Otter’ and ‘Brown Otter’ to follow in future brewdays.

Amber Otter – an Amber beer with Celeia hops

Fermentables:
Maris Otter 1800g
Amber Malt 520g
Torrefied Wheat 100g

Hops:
Celeia 60 mins 27g
Celeia 15 mins 16g
Celeia 0 mins 11g
Protafloc Tablet 20 mins

Final Volume: 12 Litres
Original Gravity: 1.044
Final Gravity: 1.010
Alcohol Content: 4.4% ABV
Mash Efficiency: 75 %
Bitterness: 36 EBU
Colour: 38 EBC

Going to Pitch Safale us-05 so I get a full appreciation of the malt and hops

The Grains, Maris Otter, Amber Malt and Torrefied Wheat:
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Mash paddle I made at work:
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Mashing with my new spoon, no more floppy spoon syndrome:
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Looks pretty damn good for pH:
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Celeia Hops:
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First batch sparge wort, tasting interesting… quite dry but sweet if you know what I mean:
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First Batch goes on to warm up with FWH and 1Tsp Gypsum:
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Coming to the Boil:
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Cold Break:
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Nice Clear Wort:
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Hit around OG1042 @ 23 Deg C so that will do πŸ™‚
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Next malt Experiment will be using Brown Malt.

Less than 24 hours and its fermenting well:
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**Bottled 23rd Oct ’09 with 45g sugar

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4 Responses to "AG#9 – Amber Otter"

Celeia eh? Not a hop I’m family with.

Also, I now have mild spoon envy…

http://www.homebrewcentregy.com/Hops.html

Celeia is dual purpose hybrid between Savinjski Golding, Aurora and Slovenian wild hops. It has noble and pleasant hoppy notes aroma.

πŸ™‚ I thought they might be worth trying and the price is good too. πŸ™‚

Family with? Arg.

Yeah, sounds like a fair bet – I’ve found Bobek to be reasonable cheap substitutes for Eastern European goldings, and perhaps these are good too.

Will see, I’ll be bottling this soon.

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