- Recipe formulated from Harrison. 2003. Old British Beers. XXX Mild, 1899, Hook Norton Brewery. Recipe number 78, Page 55. Named for Ed Delahanty who hit .410 for the Philadelphia Phillies in 1899.
Recipe (for 5 gallons final volume)
|10.25||pounds||(85%)||Crisp Maris Otter Pale Malt|
|4.0||ounces||(2%)||Briess Roast Barley (300L)|
|3.0||ounces||Willamette whole hops, 4.5% AA (60 minutes)|
- White Labs WLP023 Burton Ale Yeast, pitched at 68°F
- Starter: Yeast cake from previous batch, stored in fridge for 1 week, decanted, 1 quart fresh wort added a few hours before pitching.
- Fairbanks city water
- 12 quarts mash water treated with:
- 2.0 grams Gypsum.
- 0.5 grams Salt.
- 1.3 ml 88% lactic acid.
- 26 quarts sparge water treated with:
- 4.2 ml 88% lactic acid.
- 12.0 quarts water @ 171°F, grist ratio of 1.0 quarts:pound @ 156°F (Held 90 minutes)
- 9 quarts water @ 187°F, drain
- 16 quarts water @ 168°F, drain
- Boiled 8.0 gallons for 90 minutes to yield 5.5 gallons wort
- Primary: glass, 9 days, 68°F
- Secondary: glass, 20 days, 65°F
- Kegged at 12 psi, 53°F (2.0 volumes CO2)
- Conditioned for 3 weeks
- Ready to drink on 1-May-2004
|Starting Gravity: 1.067||Final Gravity: 1.014|
|Original Extract: 16.4°plato||Apparent Extract: 3.57°plato|
|Real Extract: 6.02°plato|
|Alcohol: 7.0% by volume||(5.5% by weight)|
|Apparent Attenuation: 78.2%||Mash Efficiency: 74%|
|Bitterness: 37 IBU||Color: 15 SRM|
|BU:SG: 0.55||BV: 1.26|
- 1-May-2004 (6 weeks) -- Nice and malty, hint of bitterness, rich flavors. A bit cloudy.
- 24-Jun-2004 (14 weeks) -- Well rounded, malty beer. Still cloudy, but it tastes great.
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