Belgian Table Ale with Tamarind

This is my entry for the second annual Farmers Cabinet Iron Brewer Competition.

Batch Size: 5.5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.048
Final Gravity: 1.024
ABV: 3.1%
IBU: 36.4
Color: 13.1 SRM
Boil Time: 60 Min

66.9% Pilsner Malt
21.3% Abbey Malt
4.3% Carvienna Malt
2.8% Cara Pils
2.1% Caramunich
1.5% Special B Malt
1.1% Chocolate Malt

.77 Oz Magnum (14.10% AA) at 60 min
1.25 Oz Tettnang (4% AA) at 15 min
1.25 Oz Corriander at 10 min
8 Oz De-seeded Tamarind at 5 min

1.14 L Starter of Wyeast 1726 Belgian Abbey II Yeast

Mash at 154 for 60 minutes raise to 165 for 10 min mashout.

More info on the Iron Brewer Competition:

We will be releasing the secret ingredient for our 2nd Iron Homebrew contest which will take place in the Fall! We had a great response last time and hope to make the event even bigger and better this year. Swing by today to grab the secret ingredient.We will have a collab beer on tap made with Terry and the winner of last year’s competition.

The Iron Homebrew competition is an event that puts homebrewers in a head to head competition against Terry Hawbaker, the brewer at our brewery, Cabinet Artisanal Brewhouse. There are no guidelines except to use the secret ingredient in the beer, and it will be judged based upon how it is used.

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2 thoughts on “Belgian Table Ale with Tamarind

    1. Rich Post author

      I have sampled a few of the Tarmarind beers, and will be posting the tasting notes in the next week or two. If you have a burning desire to brew this beer before that and what to know my thoughts feel free to shoot me an email.

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