EdWort's Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale - All-Grain Recipe Kit EdWort's Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale - All-Grain Recipe Kit Taking 2nd place in Homebrew Talk's Top 100 Recipes is EdWort with a Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale. EdWort describes this beer as " A very quaffable beer that is very easy to make using basic ingredients and a dry yeast." Read more below for a brief interview over this award winning homebrew!

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Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale Ale - Ale-Grain Recipe Kit Instructions

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Taking 2nd place in Homebrew Talk's Top 100 Recipes is EdWort with a Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale. EdWort describes this beer as " A very quaffable beer that is very easy to make using basic ingredients and a dry yeast." Read more below for a brief interview over this award winning homebrew!

All orders containing Liquid Yeast will be shipped with a complimentary ice pack to ensure safe shipping!

Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale Ale - Ale-Grain Recipe Kit Instructions

Is this your first Homebrew Beer Recipe Kit? Check out our New to Brewing Guide to see a step by step roadmap to brewing your first batch of beer!



General Info:

    • Batch Size: 5 Gallons
    • Mash at 152 degrees
    • Est. Original Gravity: 1.051 SG
    • Est. Final Gravity: 1.011 SG
    • Est. Alcohol by Volume: 5.25%
    • Bitterness: 39 IBUs
    • Est. Color: 5 SRM
    • Ferment at 68 Degrees
  • Pale Malt
  • Crystal 10L
  • Vienna Malt

  • Cascade








Haus Pale Interview with EdWort

Question #1. How did you start brewing?

Answer: My Mother-in-Law bought a book for me back in 1987.  It was "Making Beer", by William Mares.  This book is out of print now. The first edition published in 1984, and then there was a revised edition in 1989 or 88.  This book changed my life.   Most experienced brewers won't learn much from this book, but they will enjoy reading it. It is an excellent read and very entertaining. You may very well find yourself in William's shoes as he tells his story.  I highly recommend looking for it as you will never find another book about brewing beer like it. I have loads of them and this one book is just so unique that anyone who loves home brewing will love this book. His passion about his hobby comes through and you re-live his experiences, however humorous.

Question #2. When in your homebrewing career did you make your first beer that you considered more than just “good”?

Answer: While I had been brewing since 1987 (with a 5 year sabbatical while living in Germany), it was not until 2006 that I embraced All Grain Brewing.  That was the moment I knew I had done something special.  The beer I produced was nothing like the extract versions from the years before.  It was a true craft beer with flavor and better than many commercial micro's I have tried.

Question 3. What would be the best advice you could give someone that just started homebrewing?

Answer: Focus on your sanitation skills.  Be meticulous about sanitation throughout the entire process and it will pay off.  

Question #4. Is this beer the best you have made so far, or are there others that we have yet to see?

Answer: I don't think this is my best beer, but it is probably one of the most popular one's on HBT.   My Wounded Knee IPA, Bee Cave Brewery Robust Porter, Bavarian Hefeweizen and Kolsch are all very good beers and I brew them regularly.

Question #5. Making a beer worthy of this list can’t be an easy task, what kind of process and thought went into a homebrew like this?

Answer: The thought process for making Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale Ale was to create a simple beer with few ingredients that would provide a bridge for the Extract Brewer to move to All Grain brewing.  Haus Pale Ale is a single hop brew with mostly pale malt and a bit of crystal 10 to add some color and as well as Vienna to add character and flavor.  It uses an easy to find and use yeast called Nottingham Ale yeast.  The recipe is relatively inexpensive, yet yields a very good Pale Ale that has a broad appeal to homebewers and even the BMC (Bud, Miller, Coors) drinkers. 
I believe for the All Grain beginner, it's important to have a success from the start and Haus Pale Ale is designed with that in mind.  With proper sanitation practices, and attention to detail (necessary for all home brews), the beginner can easily make a quaffable brew that will wow their friends and family while taking their brewing hobby to the next level.   Nothing beats handing a friend a Haus Pale Ale (your first all grain beer) and watching their expression as they take the first taste.  It's priceless.

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