A few English customers come in to the shop, wanting to make an English Bitter… why they want to be reminded of dreary, grey, drizzly weather is beyond many of us… but, hey, a pint of the barman’s best bitter solves many a dreary day !
This recipe is made in a similar style to Adnams Broadside – an Extra Special Bitter brew. Adnams beer dates back almost as far as Coopers, this particular brew commemorates ‘The battle of Sole Bay’ and fits in the BJCP category, (English Pale Ale category 8.C.). The finished beer displays lifted floral and spice aromas layered with orange peel and apricot, mouth filling malt flavours finishing with firm bitterness.
Recipe contains English Bitter, Light Dry Malt Exract, East Kent Golding Hops, Centennial Hops, Nottingham Yeast
This is a 23l recipe for our 25 litre fermentors or any other 25 litre vessel.
Recipe adapted from www.diybeer.com.au