British Amber Ale
Amber beer is more of an American style (and Irish Red Ale is similar) but it has many similarities with British Bitter. I called this amber as it is darker and less bitter than the beers I normally brew. It’s the first recipe I’ve put here as I was delighted with how nice it is, especially when served through a traditional beer engine. Although I’ve called it British it is a mixture of British and Canadian malt and British and American hops. The yeast is distinctly British though (although via Oregon!).
Edit: I forgot to make it clear this is a BIAB (brew in a bag) recipe. It can be brewed with 3-vessel and other forms of AG (all grain) equipment but you’ll need to adjust the ingredients for your equipment. I use the BIABacus spreadsheet.
-15min means 15 minutes after flame out. Leave to steep for 30min.
Yeast: Wyeast WY1318 London Ale III