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SCBS Scottish 80/- Recipe Kit

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Specs:
OG: 1.043 
ABV: 4.0%
IBUs: 21

SCBS Scottish 80/-   +$28.75

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Scottish 80 shilling Recipe

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Around the turn of the 20th century, beer in Scotland was termed on the price per barrel in shillings. The price paid roughly designated the alcohol content of the beer. This 80/- (shilling) recipe is the type regarded by many as the “classic” Scottish Ale in ABV with an added touch of peat smoked malt for a flavor faintly reminiscent of Scotch Whiskey. Enjoy this malt forward, clean finishing, session beer that is perfect for mild weather and long cool nights with friends.

Specs:
OG: 1.043 
ABV: 4.0%
IBUs: 21

Included:
Specialty grains including peated smoked malt, 2 types of liquid malt extract (LME), hops, whirlfloc tablet, grain/hop bags, brewing instructions

Not Included:
**Yeast** (Dry Nottingham or Liquid Wyeast 1728)

Priming Sugar
Bottle Caps

Recipe Sheet PDF

 

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Additional Information

Tip
  • Scottish Ales prefer colder fermenting temps for a clean fermentation free of noticeable fruit esters. The Scottish Ale yeast from Wyeast will ferment well as low as 55°
  • Higher fermentation temperatures will result in an increased ester profile.
  • Add extract and Increase boil to 90 minutes for increased kettle caramelization and a sweeter beer. Keep your hop addition at the 60 minute mark.