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1 year 9 months ago #3159 by lchang
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Awesome sounds great and should taste great! I’ll let you know how I go when I get around to it.

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1 year 9 months ago #3160 by Gash
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Pitch yeast, ferment at about 19c
wait till about day 7 or when you see the krausen dropping and ferment nearly finished
Dry hop with 30g of galaxy, raise to 20c if you can to help it finish off for about 3 - 5 days till done.
Bottle or Keg!
Drink immediately once carbed, if the galaxy is too much for you at the start, just leave it a few weeks and it will settle down nicely.
Cheers!

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1 year 9 months ago #3161 by Gash
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1 year 9 months ago #3162 by lchang
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You’re a champion. Thanks heaps Gash

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1 year 7 months ago #3315 by Glenn
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Hi guys
I was about to make this on the weekend - but realised the initial recipe screenshot calls for 1kg wheat malt and beersmith recipe calls for 1kg munich malt - is this a typo in the beersmith recipe?

I always thought the stone and wood were a pale malt/wheat malt mix at about 60/40...

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1 year 7 months ago #3316 by lchang
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Hey mate,

I made mine with the Munich malt, and it came out near identical to the real thing.

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1 year 7 months ago #3317 by Gash
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Wheat is probably more accurate but Munich does great things too! Cheers!
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11 months 6 days ago #3857 by cliveinthemiddle
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Hi Gash,
Could you make this without a robobrew?

I'm a bit confused by the process above, but I'm a real rookie with my first brew bubbling away atm (NEIPA with coopers extract) I found that process quite easy to follow.
Cheers mate,
Rob

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11 months 6 days ago #3858 by Gash
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You could if you have the equipment, sure. What size boil can you do? What size mash? and how fast can you chill that after the boil? You could try the mini mash again I guess. Cheers

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11 months 5 days ago #3862 by cliveinthemiddle
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I have one of the 20L big w pots. I used a large paint strainer bag for the NEIPA and it went pretty well.Would i be able to fit 4kg of grain in that for a mini mash?
Maybe I should look into an extract recipe or a combo like the NEIPA?
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Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Tue 21 Jan - 07:47

Or click on the tab that says All Grain Brewing thats found under the web site banner cheers mate.

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Tue 21 Jan - 07:38

Here you go Richie richhttp://www.cellardweller.net/index.php/en/all-grain-brewing/all-grain-recipesCheers. Underneath the Web site banner.

richierichs3 - Sun 19 Jan - 16:43

Also what size bucket to place the grain basket in after sparging. Cheers :D

richierichs3 - Sun 19 Jan - 15:21

Where are the recipes for all grain brewing?

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Thu 19 Dec - 16:07

Thanks Gash and everyone for a great year on Cellar Dwellers, Hope your brews are going well and we are all learning the craft. Awesome web site. cheers all. :D

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