Newcastle Brown Ale
Newcastle Brown Ale was first brewed in 1927 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England
Newcastle is the quintessential rich, English brown ale. It is is sweet, malty, somewhat nutty, yet refreshing.
Newcastle is, apparently, a blend of two beers (a darker and lighter) brewed to be blended. The recipe I have here is a simple approximation and, admittedly, may be more toward the English Brown style as a whole than an exact replica of the Newcastle example of this style.
All Grain Recipe - Newcastle Brown Ale ::: 1.050/1.014 (5.5 Gal)
Grain Bill (75% Efficiency assumed)
9 lbs. - Maris Otter - 2 Row malt
2 oz. - Chocolate malt
2 oz. - Crystal malt (60L)
1.5 oz. - Black Patent malt
Hop Schedule (25 IBU)
1/2 oz. - Target - 60 min.
1/2 oz. - East Kent Goldings - 15 min.
White Labs British Ale Yeast (WLP005) - 1800 ml starter
Mash at 154° for 60 min.
Sparge as usual
Boil for 60 minutes
Cool and ferment at 68° to 71°
Recipe adapted and changed slightly from the one found in Clone Brews