AHS Piloncillo Brown Ale  (10C) - ALL GRAIN

AHS Piloncillo Brown Ale (10C) - ALL GRAIN

On Sale:$20.29
Retail Price:$30.94
You Save:$10.65(34%)
Item Number:BE1-R05577

Would you like to add a Yeast Option? help
Would you like to Double Pitch your Yeast? help
Would you like to add a Cold Pack?
Would You Like Priming Sugar? help
Would you like to add a Propper Starter Concentrated Wort Can? help
Would You Like to add Muslin Hop Bag(s)? help
Would You Like Alcohol Boost? Adds 1% ABV To Your Beer? help
Would You Like to Add Additional Body to Your Beer? help
Do You Need Bottle Caps? help
Would You Like Your Grain Cracked?
Milled? help
Are You Ready for All Grain Brewing? help
Yes I'm Ready. I understand that All Grain Brewing requires special equipment and techniques
Click Here To Access Recipe Instruction Sheet

Piloncillo is Mexican unrefined brown sugar which will add a subtle, yet distinctive, caramel flavor. Combined with a European brown ale, this recipe is something unique.

Specialty malts: Crystal 150L, Carastan®, Golden Naked Oats, flaked barley, chocolate malt
Featured hops: Perle, Kent Golding, Fuggle
Other additives: Piloncillo (Panela)

O.G. = 1.057
F.G. = 1.018
Approximately 5.1% ABV
Approximately 193 Cal / 12 oz
Makes 5 US gallons
5 Stars
Classic Review
I just brewed this and I\'m drinking it as I write. It came out very good with a complex flavor and a nice head. I brewed the AG version and ended up making it stronger than it\'s suppose to be, about 6.5 ABV%. The higher alcohol seemed to work well for this style though. The Piloncillo sugar adds a unique taste, kind of like caramel and raisins. The beer almost tastes like a Belgian, maybe like a Dubbel. Anyway it\'s real tasty, I recommend it. I would brew it again.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
4 Stars
Classic Review
I brewed the mini-mash, and I doubled down on the brown sugar. In addition to the piloncillo, I added one pound of Okinawan brown sugar infused with jujube and logan fruit that I picked up at my local Asian supermarket (Okinawan brown sugar is prepared similar to Panela and Piloncillo, as its boiled down evaporated raw sugar cane juice). I also dry-hopped the recipe with Syrian Goldings kept in the secondary for 10 days until cleared up and bottled. With the additional sugar added, I topped off at 6.8% ABV. The flavor of this beer is pretty unique, the Okinawan sugar adds complex fruity-raisin notes and is quite tasty. I fully encourage others to experiment with Okinawa brown sugars and other natural sugars. Prost!
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014
5 Stars
Classic Review
There's a great flavor in this beer. I brewed the Partial Mash and it has a nice Carmel and slightly sweet flavor. I'd recommend this beer for the fall and winter.
Reviewed by:  from United States. on 2/11/2014

Related Items

Recently Viewed Items