This weekend, in celebration of brewing for a year, I recreated my first beer- What was supposed to be a Cincinnati Pale ale, but due to me misreading the recipe and brewing too hot, ended up being much closer to a saison than a pale ale.
1 4lb can of Alexanders pale liquid malt extract.
1 lb briess dry pale malt extract (not in original recipe, but wanted to give a bit of an ABV boost as my last was only ~3%.
1 oz nugget hops, 60 min.
.5 oz cascade, 30 min.
.5 oz cascade, 15 min.
13g Coopers dry ale yeast.
The process was standard though upgraded from the last time I made this brew- I rehydrated the yeast and had a lot of action there. I used my wort chiller, and hopefully during transferring I won’t have any oxidation problems. OG was about 1.037. FG was about 1.010, for an ABV of about 3.5%