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2 years 5 months ago #2520 by Viviers
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Thanks for your reply, I got a 3 vessel system and my mash tun is an esky of 44 litres. Boil pot is an 50 l keg with kettle elements. If I should use the recipe you have put up here , how should I use the mash tun ? I do like the way you mash in your videos . What is it called , single infusion, medium body , or what ?Did a bit of research and some poeple say use 1.5l of water for every 1kg of grain and others say 3 l of water for every 1 kg of grain for strike water ? Sorry for all the questions mate , Im all new to this !! Cheers mare !

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2 years 5 months ago #2522 by Gash
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I'd mash about 2.7L per kg usually you could round it to 3L per kg with no issue. Yep single infusion, ***** body. Cheers mate, keep asking them! :)
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1 month 4 weeks ago #4274 by high_hops
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Hi Gash. Im brewing this next weekend.
I am wondering if you can please recommend a good sulphate/chloride ratio? I have EZ water and have it nailed for ales, but this is my first lager. I am guessing a bit more sulphate for a crisp taste?

Many thanks mate.

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1 month 4 weeks ago #4275 by Gash
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It kind of depends which way you want to push it, a european lager pilsen would have very little salts compared to a light american lager which would have a fair bit.




As far trying to replicate Australian lagers, Im not exactly sure what water they would use these days. I have an old recipe for tooheys new 1931 and it says just add3g of gysum to mash, sydney water.. and tooths KB 1918 1g gypsum and 3g Calc Chloride. They are very old recipes though.
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1 month 4 weeks ago #4276 by high_hops
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Ok. Interesting hey. I might have a stab at palmers profile for light lagers and see how it goes.

Thanks for the reply Gash! Appreciated.

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1 month 4 weeks ago #4277 by Gash
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No worries at all mate! Cheers!

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1 week 8 hours ago #4333 by Jarvo_325
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Did you end up brewing this beer? If so how did it turn out?

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1 week 2 hours ago #4334 by high_hops
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I brewed and bottled recently.

Turned out clean, crisp and on point.
I like my hops so I would probably add a touch more Hops for bitterness next time but that's just me.

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1 week 2 hours ago #4335 by Jarvo_325
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Thanks mate, so pretty similar to the macro lagers here in Oz?

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1 week 2 hours ago #4336 by high_hops
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PS I used golden promise as the base malt and saflager
34/70 yeast so a bit of a variation.

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Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Thu 28 Nov - 08:29

Brewing another Hefe Weizen today Cheers :D

Gash - Sat 16 Nov - 14:11

hahaha yes! hahaha some one pay me, anyone??? hahaha Cheers mate!

Yotatrkr - Tue 12 Nov - 01:26

What’s up Gash! Just wanted to give you a shout out from the states....love your videos,keep up the good work....kegland should have you on the payroll!! CHEERS!!!??

Gash - Sun 27 Oct - 19:48

Well I did mine at 19c, Cheers!

Navsingh - Sat 26 Oct - 12:31

Hi Gash your Coopers Chocolate and vanilla recipe turned out great with added vanilla extract in the keg. Next i'm trying your Coopers Neipa. Can you please tell me what temp you brewed that one,I'm gonan use S33 for that one instead us05

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