American Amber Ale HomeBrewing Beer Recipe

Today we’re home brewing an American Amber ale, a great beer to have on tap in the fall and winter months. Amber ales were one of the first styles I brewed as a beginner, as it is a fairly forgiving style and is usually enjoyed by all.

If you’re a beginner home brewer, or looking to start brewing beer, this might be a good recipe to start with for all-grain homebrewing.

Below is the recipe I used on my Brewzilla eBIAB system. Anyone have improvements or suggestions to my recipe or techniques, let me know in the comments. Genuine feedback is always appreciated!

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58% Pale Malt
19.5% Munich Malt
19.5% Maris Otter
3% Chocolate Malt
1 oz Cascade 60 min
1 oz Cascade 10 min

Wyeast 1056 American Ale (10 Day Ferment at 66F)
2.4 Volumes of CO2 (10.8psi @ 39F)
Give it a week or two to develop a head.


Wort Chiller Connection Kit:
Neoprene Jacket:

Homebrewing Starter Kit (good place to start for new brewers):
How To Brew by John Palmer (my recommended reading for beginner/novice homebrewers):
INKBIRD ITC-308 Temp Controller:
Heat-Mat 48″ x 20.75″:
Beer Tap Handle Screws to make custom tap handles:

Animated using Adobe Character Animator:
And Adobe Creative Cloud Apps:
Illustrations done with iPad Pro:
And Apple Pencil:
Recording with Yeti Nano:

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0:00 Intro
1:15 Ingredients
1:38 Mash
2:17 Sparge
2:52 Boil
3:33 Hops
3:58 Cool Down
4:18 Yeast
5:48 Kegging
7:05 Tasting

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