We provide beer recipes and other content to you for free. Instead of charging you, we charge our advertisers. Without ads, we will not survive. Beerrecipes.org has been supporting homebrewers since 2002 with quality beer recipes, style guides and other content. Please help us continue by switching off your ad blocker. Learn more...

For the best experience, Login or Register for more features.  Favorites, write reviews, get notifications of new recipes, and more.

Rocky Raccoon Ale

back to search Back to Search  Style Details 

Rocky Raccoon Ale

back to search Back to Search  Style Details 

Beer Style: Blonde Ale  (6B)
Recipe Type: extract
Yield: 5 US gallons

Blonde Ale


After two weeks in the bottle, the carbonation had reached an acceptable level, but the taste was a little green. After another month the taste has mellowed out. This beer is turning into a favorite of my friends who don't appreciate my usual heavy ales. I enjoy it because it has more taste and body than BudMillCors!


  • 1 can, M&F light malt extract (unhopped)
  • 3 pounds, clover honey
  • 2 ounces, Williamette hops (5.0 AAU's)
  • Wyeast London liquid ale yeast
  • 1/3 cup, clover honey (priming)

Click to Print Recipe


The malt extract, honey, and 1 oz. of the hops were boiled in 3 gallons of water for 1 hour; the remainder of the hops were then added and steeped for 15 minutes. The wort was passed through a strainer into a plastic primary and diluted to 5 gallons. After reaching room temperature, the yeast was added. The intial SG was equal to 1.040. After 6 days in the primary (60-65 F) and 10 days in a glass secondary fermentor (60-65 F) the final SG was equal to 1.000 (Ed: ???, 1.010??). The beer was then primed with honey and bottled.