Sorachi Patersbier part Twee

This batch of Sorachi Patersbier I’m making for Get Real NY which is on March 19th and 20th.  I changed up the recipe a bit from the version that won best in show at the New Jersey State Fair.  As always this recipe is my own creation, feel free to use this and other recipes.  If you use it, please drop a note and let me know how it turned out.

Batch Size: 5 gal
Boil Size: 6.4 gal
Boil Time: 60 min

Create Yeast Starter:
1500ml yeast starter Trappist Super High Gravity (White Labs #WLP099)

crashing 1800ml Starter to decant off excees liquid

Vorlof run off

1st Runnings Mash to kettle

Filling Kettle

Grist:
5.00 lb    Pilsner Malt (2 Row) US (2.0 SRM)
5.00 lb    Vienna Malt (3.5 SRM)
0.25 lb    Acid Malt (3.0 SRM)

Mash:
60 min    Saccrification    Add 12.00 qt of water at 164 F    149.0 F
10 min    Mash Out    Add 7.18 qt of water at 211 F    168.0 F

Boil:
boil volume of 6.41 gal
Estimated pre-boil gravity is 1.047

60 min    1.00 oz    Saaz [4.00 %]
15 min     1 Whirfloc Tablet
10 min    1.00 oz    Sorachi Ace [11.8%]
10 min     1 tsp Yeast Nutrient

Fermentation:
Original Gravity: 1.048
Final Gravity: 1.002

Pre Boil Gravity

Hot water runoff from Wort Chiller

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4 Responses to “Sorachi Patersbier part Twee”

  1. mike Says:

    can’t wait to try it!!

  2. Simply Beer Says:

    If your a Get Real NY you can. It’s gonna be a great beer to follow up all those big ass beers. it is super dry and refreshing. It fermented out to 1.002, there is no sugar left in this beer. It tastes great!

  3. jeff Says:

    I think this might be my next beer to brew. I’ve been wanting to brew a patersbier and try out sorachi. Does the lemony character of the sorachi show itself? Just recently came across your blog-good stuff.

  4. Simply Beer Says:

    Hi Jeff, Sorry for the delay, your post got stuck in wordpress’s spam folder. the Lemony flavor is a bit delecate with this hop. To much and it becomes a bit grassy in my opinion. Also since this is such a light beer a little goes a long way. I would not go over an ounce of the sorachi. If you brew it let us know how it turns out. Cheers!


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