I am planning a small experimental 1 gallon BIAB batch of something like an Amber Ale. According to one article I've found:
Description of Typical Grain Bill
Amber Ale is traditionally made with American two row pale malt as the base, making up 60-85% of the grain bill. Medium to dark crystal malts are used to provide color and caramel flavor, typically making up 10-20% of the grain bill.
My Proposed Grain Bill
- 2 lbs. Briess Organic 2-Row
- 0.5 lb. Briess Caramel 60L
- 0.5 lb. Crisp Amber Malt
If I were to follow the amounts above, which would put my base malt at 66% and medium/dark malts at 33% (higher than normal for this style), what would I get?
Would it simply be a darker than normal Amber Ale or would it cross into another style?