From these commonalities, the idea of How To Pale Ale was born. We set out to develop a beer that felt quintessentially Trillium and publicly share the recipe so that it could be recreated at home. We sourced local rye and triticale from Valley Malt to build a canvas for three of our favorite and most often utilized hop varieties: Citra, Galaxy, and Mosaic. The resulting beer is as infinitely bright and tropical as it is drinkable and is the ideal beer to pair alongside dinner prep. You can enjoy How To Pale Ale when cans are released on Friday, 10/25, on draft at ATK Boston Eats on Saturday, 10/26, or use to recipe below to brew it at home!
HOW TO PALE ALE - 5 GALLON RECIPE
PALE ALE - 5.5% ABV
2 Boil Kettles
Clean, Empty Bottles
Bottle Caps & Capper
10lbs - Pale 2-Row (Malt)
0.5lbs - Rye (Malt)
0.5lbs - Triticale (Malt)
0.5lbs - White Wheat (Malt)
6g - Calcium Chloride (Brewing Salt)
1oz - Mosaic (Kettle Hops, 0 min)
4oz - Mosaic (Dry Hop)
2.5oz - Citra (Dry Hop)
2.5oz Galaxy (Dry Hop)
Yeast Nutrient (15 min)
1tsp - Irish Moss (Fining Agent)
British Ale (Yeast)
Bring 7.5 gallons of water to a stable 152ºF (66.5ºC) in your boil kettle. Add 5 gallons 152F water, malt, and 6g calcium chloride to Mash Tun and steep for 30 min or until conversion is complete.
Bring remaining 2.5 gallons of water to 170F (76.5ºC) for sparge water.
Vorlauf, runoff into 2nd kettle, and sparge 2.5 gallons. Collect 6 gallons of wort.
Bring wort to a gentle rolling boil for 60 minutes. Add yeast nutrient and irish moss with 15 min left in boil and 1oz Mosaic hops at the boil’s completion.
Chill wort to about 70ºF (21ºC) and rack into 5 gallon carboy using siphon. Pitch yeast and rock carboy gently back and forth to introduce oxygen.
Ferment at 68ºF (20ºC) for about 7 days until fermentation is complete. Purge secondary carboy with CO2 then carefully rack into second carboy, leaving sediment behind.
Add dry hops slowly to secondary carboy. If foaming occurs wait for it to go down and continue adding dry hops.
After 4 days with dry hops add priming sugar to bottles, rack beer into bottles, and cap.
Let bottles sit at 70F (21ºC) for 1-2 weeks and then enjoy!