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Karl Engebretson (whom many of you know through our catalog covers and ads in BYO and Zymurgy) is a certified Giant Norwegian with a taste for similarly-proportioned beers. We have found he has a way with Scottish ales, and this is his 90 /-. Somewhere in between an 80 /- and a Wee Heavy, ninety also refers to the length (in minutes) of the boil. This additional time spent on heat intensifies the beer’s color and adds depth and breadth to its malt profile. Pouring garnet-amber with long legs, the nostrils are bathed in boozy praline, piloncillo sugar, pecan, and resonating malt.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here! Beer Style Irish and Scottish Ales Regional Style British Color Amber Original Gravity 1066 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Browse 1 question and 7 answersShow all answers | Sort byDoes 69-73% attenuation of Wyeast 1728 mean there will be high FG?Best Answer: The 69-73% attenuation of Wyeast 1728 Scottish Ale does lead to a higher FG than you would get from yeasts like 1056 American Ale but it's appropriate for the style of beer, which tends to be maltier.
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