Irish Red Ale ++ New Category 9D at BJCP needs to be added!

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Irish Red Ale ++ New Category 9D at BJCP needs to be added!

Postby jstapleton » Fri Dec 17, 2004 1:49 pm

I'm a GOLD Member, this 9D should be added to the style list..... :roll:

http://www.bjcp.org/styles04/Category9.html#style9D

9D. Irish Red Ale
Aroma: Low to moderate malt aroma, generally caramel-like but occasionally toasty or toffee-like in nature. May have a light buttery character (although this is not required). Hop aroma is low to none (usually not present). Quite clean.

Appearance: Amber to deep reddish copper color (most examples have a deep reddish hue). Clear. Low off-white to tan colored head.

Flavor: Moderate caramel malt flavor and sweetness, occasionally with a buttered toast or toffee-like quality. Finishes with a light taste of roasted grain, which lends a characteristic dryness to the finish. Generally no flavor hops, although some examples may have a light English hop flavor. Medium-low hop bitterness, although light use of roasted grains may increase the perception of bitterness to the medium range. Medium-dry to dry finish. Clean and smooth (lager versions can be very smooth). No esters.

Mouthfeel: Medium-light to medium body, although examples containing low levels of diacetyl may have a slightly slick mouthfeel. Moderate carbonation. Smooth. Moderately attenuated (more so than Scottish ales). May have a slight alcohol warmth in stronger versions.

Overall Impression: An easy-drinking pint. Malt-focused with an initial sweetness and a roasted dryness in the finish.

Comments: Sometimes brewed as a lager (if so, generally will not exhibit a diacetyl character). When served too cold, the roasted character and bitterness may seem more elevated.

Ingredients: May contain some adjuncts (corn, rice, or sugar), although excessive adjunct use will harm the character of the beer. Generally has a bit of roasted barley to provide reddish color and dry roasted finish. UK/Irish malts, hops, yeast.

Vital Statistics:OG FG IBUs SRM ABV
1.044 - 1.060 1.010 - 1.014 17 - 28 9 - 18 4.0 - 6.0%

Commercial Examples: Moling's Irish Red Ale, Smithwick's Irish Ale, Kilkenny Irish Beer, Beamish Red Ale, Caffrey's Irish Ale, Goose Island Kilgubbin Red Ale, Murphy's Irish Red (lager), Boulevard Irish Ale, Harpoon Hibernian Ale
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2004 BJCP Guidelines

Postby jeff » Sat Dec 18, 2004 12:53 am

Work on incorporating the 2004 BJCP Style Guidelines has been completed. All the style definitions have been updated and 9 new styles have been added to the database. Most if not all of the style IDs have changed, but efforts have been made to make sure all recipes remain in the appropriate style lists. There was an enormous amount of data to update which is why it took a while to switch. Look forward to seeing your '9D' :wink:
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Postby Deenis24 » Thu Jun 04, 2009 1:05 am

Thanks for taking the time to help, I really apprciate it.
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