As you may have heard (cover your ears if you haven’t), our Harvest Ale is hitting the hay in 2017. We know you’ll miss Yamma Jamma, and we will too - so we’ve decided to give you a little something to remember it by. Our brewers have created a 5 Gallon All-Grain Batch homebrew recipe just for you. Find it below, or on the recipe page of our website, alongside Day Tripper and Midnight Ryder.
If you’re brewing Yamma Jamma - let us know! We’d love to pass along what we’ve learned about working with those crazy yams all these years. We’re so happy to finally share this recipe and welcome you to the yamily. Dang, we’re really gonna miss those puns. And one more thing - whether you’re a homebrewer or just a homedrinker, you’ll find $10 Yamma Jamma growler fills all November long at Indeed to send off our sweet potato beer right. Pick some up for Thanksgiving, it’s way better than a casserole.
Recipe: Yamma Jamma
5 Gallon All-Grain Batch
Crunchy leaves. Casseroles. Sweater weather. Yamma Jamma is our tribute to the coziest of seasons. Brewed with sweet potatoes and a blend of warm, fragrant spices, our Harvest Ale captures the sights, sounds, and flavors of fall.
O.G: 1.056 / FG: 1.014 / IBU: 10 / SRM 14 / ABV: 5.5%
Fermentation Schedule: 5 Weeks
1–2 week primary
1 week secondary
2 weeks bottle conditioning
- 7.25 lbs Vienna
- 2.35 lbs CaraHell
- 1.15 lbs CaraMunich II
- 1.15 lbs Golden Naked Oats
- 0.40 lbs Munich Light (10L)
- 0.35 lbs Crystal 120
- 0.75 lbs Sweet Potatoes (shredded)
- 0.75 oz Glacier @ 60 min (4.8% AA)
- 1.00 oz Vanilla Extract @ Flameout
- 1.85 g Allspice Powder @ Flameout
- 1.85 g Nutmeg Powder @ Flameout
- 1.50 g Cinnamon Powder @ Flameout
- 1.25 g Galangal Root Powder (Ginger) @ Flameout
Liquid yeast: Wyeast #1968 London ESB Ale. 75% Attenuation, Optimum temperature: 68°F
Dry yeast: Safale US-05. Optimum temperature: 68°F
Sacch’ Rest: 152° F for 60 minutes
Brewer’s Notes - This recipe is formulated for 6 gallons to allow for trub loss, etc. Indeed Brewing Company does not recommend attempting an extract version of this recipe due to it’s complex grain bill and use of sweet potatoes in the mash. Liquid yeast option is strongly preferred.