As promised, here is my 15 Minute Pale Ale. I got the original idea from this guys post on homebrewtalk and I thought I've got heaps of Cascade, why not. It ticks all the right boxes for a pale ale; easy drinking, not too bitter and a great rounded flavour despite only a 15, 10 and 5 minute additions. If you are concerned that it might be a bit expensive to brew then look at bulk hops. I used Yakima Valley Hops last season to stock up on the cheap but I've also used Niko Brew in the past as well. Even with shipping to Australia it's worth it for a staple hop like Cascade.
I didn't dry hop the last batch but it shouldn't matter too much either way.
15 Minute Pale Ale Recipe
300g Maltodextrine @ 20 minutes
1.4Kg Sorghum Syrup @ 20 minutes
86g Cascade Hops 5.4% @ 15 minutes
1 whirlfloc tablet @ 15 minutes
1tsp Calcium Carbonate @ 15 minutes
28g Cascade Hops 5.4% AA @ 5 minutes
14g Cascade Hops 5.4% AA @ 0 minutes
1tsp Yeast nutrient @ 5 minutes
1.4Kg Sorghum Syrup @ 0 minutes
250ml Amber Candy Syrup @ 0 minutes
*** Cold Crash ***
2 x US-05 American Ale Yeast
Again a fantastic beer. Should be a house pale ale.