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Surley Imperial Brown Ale

From the BrewBlog of BorealBrewers – Grand Rapdis, Minnesota USA
Printed January 18, 2018

Specifics
Style: American Brown Ale
Contributor: Chad Haatvedt
Yield: 4 gallons
Calories: 268 (12 ounces)
ABV: 8.3%
ABW: 6.5%
OG: 1.081
OG (Plato): 19.55° P
FG: 1.019
FG (Plato): 4.7° P
Real Extract: 7.39° P
App. Atten.: 75.9%
Real Atten.: 62.2%
BJCP Style Info: American Brown Ale
O.G.: 1.045 - 1.060
F.G.: 1.010 - 1.016
ABV: 4.3 - 6.2%
Bitterness: 20 - 40 IBUs
Color: 18 - 35 SRM
Info: Can be considered a bigger, maltier, hoppier interpretation of Northern English brown ale or a hoppier, less malty Brown Porter, often including the citrus-accented hop presence that is characteristic of American hop varieties.

Commercial Examples: Bell’s Best Brown, Smuttynose Old Brown Dog Ale, Big Sky Moose Drool Brown Ale, North Coast Acme Brown, Brooklyn Brown Ale, Lost Coast Downtown Brown, Left Hand Deep Cover Brown Ale.

General Information
Method: All Grain
Mash Profile

Cereal Mash and Single Infusion Mash

Grain Temperature: 72°F Tun Temperature: 72°F
Sparge Temperature: 168°F PH: 5.4
Notes:

Boil cereal adjuncts to add to infusion mash.

Steps

# Name Type Time Temp. Description
1 Protein Rest Infusion 30 min. 104°F

Add 30% of mash water at 111° F / 44° C

2 Protein Rest Infusion 45 min. 122°F

Add 10% of mash water at 181° F / 83° C

3 Saccharification Infusion 60 min. 150°F

Add 25% of mash water at 200° F / 93° C

4 Mash Out Infusion 10 min. 168°F

Add 35% of mash water at 208° F / 98° C

Fermentation
Primary: 25 days @ 68° F
Secondary: 42 days @ 65° F
Surley Imperial Brown Ale
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Brew Day Data
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Strike Water Amount: 0  
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Mash Time:    
Sparge Water Amount: 6.7  
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Pre-Boil Gravity:    
Pre-Boil Amount: 5.7  
Post-Boil Amount: 4  
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Original Gravity: 1.081 / 19.6° P  
     
     
     
     
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