Are you ready to take your homebrewing to the next level? Check out this unique and delicious pale ale featuring oats and 007 Golden, a new Idaho hop variety! Whiffs of spicy pear and stone fruit aromas make this ale a tasty treat and an experience like no other. Get ready to put this innovative and delicious pale ale on the top of your list!
Heard of the motto “Idaho: Famous Potatoes”? Now, the potato-loving state throws one more element into the mix - 007 Golden hops. These new hops, from the first and only hop farm in Idaho, offer a delicious blend of spicy pear, stone fruit aromas and a slightly herbal finish. Here, we will discuss what it takes to brew an oaty pale ale using the 007 Golden, a few tips and tricks for successful homebrewing and deliciousness, and also some fun ways to customize your recipe for the ultimate, hoppy experience.
The 007 Golden is an interesting variety, hailing from the first and only hop farm in Idaho. It boasts an aroma of spicy pear, stone fruit, and citrus, and a flavor with notes of herbal, floral and earthy hops. This makes it perfect for an adventurous homebrewer looking to experiment and create their own beer - an oaty pale ale, with the 007 Golden as the star of the show. Here’s what you need to know before getting started:
Before we start, let’s look at the ingredients needed to create the perfect 007 Golden pale ale. You will need: 2 pounds of light malt extract, 1 pound of carapils malt, 1 ounce of 007 Golden hop, 1 teaspoon of Irish moss, 1 package of dry yeast, 1/2 pound of crystal malt and 1/2 pound of rolled oats. Keep in mind that these measurements can be adjusted to create a more heavily or lightly hopped beer, depending on your preference.
Now that you have all the ingredients, let’s get brewing! Here is a step-by-step guide to the brewing process:
Brewing beer takes precision, practice and patience. As with any homebrew, there are tips and tricks that can help you brew the best beer possible. Here are a few things to remember when brewing the oaty 007 Golden pale ale: