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Hi, my friends.

I'm planning to make a Premium ALE, typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom, during the reign of Queen Victoria in the mid-nineteenth century.

The basic recipe contains;
Pale Ale malt
karamel malt
Yeast fermentation of high
Noble hops (southern Germany)

If someone can send me some information.
A beer a fruity aroma with notes of karamel malt and noble hop, cultured from southern Germany, I want to know what types grown in this region.

All information will always be welcome.

Thank's, Wamser

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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #1 Gepost op: 12-04-2010 15:02 u »
If you want to brew an authentic British Ale you should use Fuggle or E.K. Golding hop, not German hops. Fuggle and E.K.Golding are the typical English aroma hops that are being used for centuries. The British breweries did not have access to nor any need for German hops in those days.

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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #2 Gepost op: 12-04-2010 15:12 u »
OK

Then I begin to give substance to my beer of Victorian era.
An award ALE.

With respect to malts?
I looking for information on web pages from England and found these types of malts used in the recipe of the beer was from Victorian era.

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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #3 Gepost op: 12-04-2010 15:38 u »
I am not sure that karamel malts (crystal malts) existed in those times. There were pale beers made of pale malt, dark beers made with pale and brown malt and stouts made with pale and roasted barley and/or roasted malts. The brown malts of those days aren't made anymore, so you should emulate them by a mix of existing malts. What kind of ale did you have in mind?

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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #4 Gepost op: 12-04-2010 19:49 u »
Brown malt is still available, but hard to find.
Most Ale's were probably darker than we are used to now, since Pale Ale's were considered pale! :)

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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #5 Gepost op: 12-04-2010 22:17 u »
Hi, my friends.

I'm planning to make a Premium ALE, typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom, during the reign of Queen Victoria in the mid-nineteenth century.

The basic recipe contains;
Pale Ale malt
karamel malt
Yeast fermentation of high
Noble hops (southern Germany)

If someone can send me some information.
A beer a fruity aroma with notes of karamel malt and noble hop, cultured from southern Germany, I want to know what types grown in this region.

All information will always be welcome.

Thank's, Wamser

Where did you find this information about this Premium ale? I have never heard of it.

The recipe you describe looks a lot like a bitter or an English pale ale. Only the noble German hops are a bit out of place for an English beer.


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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #6 Gepost op: 13-04-2010 14:11 u »
I found this information on web pages of England (many).
In the era Victoriana the beers ALE produced with pale ale malt and karamel (biscuit)
and some brew imported hops from southern Germany.

So I'd like to do this was a premium beer of this era.

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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #7 Gepost op: 13-04-2010 14:20 u »
As far as I know, biscuit malt is not a karamel malt?
Do you have links referring to these recipes?

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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #8 Gepost op: 13-04-2010 14:40 u »
How many beers are you brewing in a week?
How is your pilsener doing?


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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #9 Gepost op: 13-04-2010 20:57 u »
How many beers are you brewing in a week?
How is your pilsener doing?



HI Hopmans...

Usually I make a beer per day, after my work. I make 20L.
I like of beer; light Lager, Golden Strong Ale, Helles, Dubbel, Weizen...and many more...
Beer with flavors complex, fruits and dry finish.

because this, I post so many messages

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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #10 Gepost op: 13-04-2010 21:07 u »
You are brewing every day?!!!  :o
You must have a lot of energy.
Unbelievable.


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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #11 Gepost op: 13-04-2010 21:30 u »
I start to make seven hours (PM) and ending one hour the next day.

And very tiring, but I like it that ...
And I know I have much to learn ...

For exemplo, I'm planning to make a Golden Strong Ale, but I no have good recipes...can I find a fantastic recipe of this beer?
here ... or any suggestions for site Belgian...

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Re: Premium ALE - typical of the Victorian era in the United Kingdom
« Reactie #12 Gepost op: 14-04-2010 21:16 u »
You are brewing every day?!!!  :o
You must have a lot of energy.

And lots of fermentation tanks..... :brouwen:

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