Best Case | Peat McFuggles Scottish Ale
This traditional Scottish classic accents malt over hops. It also gains a touch of smokiness from peated malt.
This deep, traditional Scottish classic is similar to an English bitter with the accent more on malt than on hops. This example displays a slight smokiness due to the addition of a small amount of peated malt. It is sometimes called “80 Shilling” in reference to the amount of tax they used to pay on a barrel. Serve at cellar temperature.
O.G. 1.049-51 | F.G. 1.012-14 | ABV 5% | IBU 16
(Values are approximate)
Makes 23 Litres!
Best Case is a complete beer recipe, containing malt extract, crushed grains, steeping bag, hops, yeast and priming sugar. With easy to follow instructions, it has never been easier to brew your own delicious craft beer. All you need is a pot and regular beer fermenting equipment.
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*Estimated alcohol contents for Best Case beer assume you are adding the priming sugar at bottling (which contributes approximately 0.3% alc./vol.)