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AHS Mild Ale  (11A) - ALL GRAIN

AHS Mild Ale (11A) - ALL GRAIN

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Item Number:BE1-R02008

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An easy drinking English dark ale, this beer is low in alcohol with a mild roast malt character.

Specialty malts: English Crystal, chocolate malt
Featured hops: Fuggle

O.G. = 1.037
F.G. = 1.010
Approximately 3.5% ABV
Approximately 121 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallons
3 Stars
Classic Review
I wanted to try this recipe because there aren't really any US commercial examples to try, it's a 50 cent brew, and based on the BJCP guidelines it sounded worth a try. Liked it, didn't love it. Prefer the AHS Southern Brown to the Mild because it has more flavor. It's a very drinkable light-in-character ale with some color.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
4 Stars
Classic Review
I did the mini mash. The beer is light bodied but dark in color. It has a very nice roasted flavor and is wonderful out of the keg. The bitterness from the dark malts are a refreshing change from the American / west coast hop bitterness which we've all grown accustomed to from US microbrews. I brewed this about a month ago and I've been drinking it for a week, it's probably the best "young" beer I've made so far. Nice as a session beer or as accompaniment to dinner. I'm thinking about making this my house brew and brewing at least one batch a month. I look forward to brewing the all grain soon.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014

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