Mild Ale

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An English Mild may be one of those beers that are perfectly suited for home brewing. It’s one of those beers that isn’t readily available in most pubs, I wouldn’t know where to begin finding a Mild on draught in Cornwall where I live. It is also one of those beers that don’t do that […]

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Lance Erickson
I have brewed two 10 gallon batches of this mild and it is excellent! If you are after a easy drinking English flavour I would look no further. My two cents on water profiles. I have done one batch with a balanced profile and one batch with a hoppy 1:2 ratio of Cl:SO4. I used Thames Valley yeast in both, my personal favourite English yeast strain. This is a yeast which emphasizes the malt character in a beer. When I did the balanced water profile the nuttiness of the Maris Otter was very forward Home Brewing Beer, Alcohol, Brewing Recipes, Mild Ale, German Beer, Beer Brewing Recipes, Brewing Beer, Beer Recipes, How To Make Beer

I have brewed two 10 gallon batches of this mild and it is excellent! If you are after a easy drinking English flavour I would look no further. My two cents on water profiles. I have done one batch with a balanced profile and one batch with a hoppy 1:2 ratio of Cl:SO4. I used Thames Valley yeast in both, my personal favourite English yeast strain. This is a yeast which emphasizes the malt character in a beer. When I did the balanced water profile the nuttiness of the Maris Otter was very…

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Mark Tunison
As the name suggests, these Scottish ales are light bodied and mild in flavor, with lower alcohol content usually around 2.5-3.5% ABV. This makes them super crushable! They have a pale golden color and low to moderate hop bitterness. The malt bill is focused on lighter pale malts, giving nutty and biscuity flavors. While sometimes called "60 shilling" ales referring to the old shilling price categories, don't expect a strong caramel maltiness here. Ale, Alcohol, Malt, Light Beer, Caramel, Mild, Flavors, Brewing, Lighter

As the name suggests, these Scottish ales are light bodied and mild in flavor, with lower alcohol content usually around 2.5-3.5% ABV. This makes them super crushable! They have a pale golden color and low to moderate hop bitterness. The malt bill is focused on lighter pale malts, giving nutty and biscuity flavors. While sometimes called "60 shilling" ales referring to the old shilling price categories, don't expect a strong caramel maltiness here.

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Wallenpaupack Brewing Co. Head Brewer Logan Ackerley Talks Big DIPA We spoke with Wallenpaupack Brewing Co. Head Brewer Logan Ackerley about Big DIPA. BC: What’s your favorite aspect of this beer (flavor, aroma, etc.)? My favorite thing about Big DIPA is the amount of fruity hop character it has. We keep the bitterness low to really amplify the tropical fruit notes derived from the hops. BC: Where does this beer’s name come from? It’s just a play on us wanting to brew a big double IPA with a…

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