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2 years 9 months ago - 2 years 9 months ago #1606 by Yeastyboys
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I have developed severe apoplexy :blink: from going online, seeing so many great brewing recipes, ordering all the ingredients - only to stall and try and figure out what to brew? I already have a Pilsner mulling around in the cellar, one I made from another discussion on the forum, but wanted something special...here are the contenders:

+ 5kg DME - Light
+ 4Kg Pilsner 2 Row German
+ 3Kg Special Brewers Malt - L120
+ 2Kg German 2 Row Malt - L40
+ 2Kg german wheat malt
+ 500g Caramalt L45
+ 1Kg flaked oats
+ Safbrew WB-06 OR Safale S-04
+ Styrian Bobek 4.5% OR Hallertau Perle 8.5%

Whole bunch of other sugars e.g. Molasses, Demerara, honey, glucose syrup (corn), Golden syrup, etc.

What do you think is the absolute best utilisation of these ingredients?
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2 years 9 months ago #1608 by Gash
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What sort of brew do you want to do with this? All grain? Extract? etc?

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2 years 9 months ago #1609 by Yeastyboys
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Well, I don't want to sound too overconfident, but I'm ok with an all grain (considering the only real difference is the grain milling, mash thickness and the water temp from extract or PM). I would like a brew that tastes good, looks good and might grant some level of confidence to the brewer...and having a brag with the boys wouldn't hurt right? I'm hoping a pro puts something down and I follow it to the letter and it comes out like liquid sunshine.

In short - absolutely anything.

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2 years 9 months ago #1612 by Gash
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I still need to know size of brew and a rough alcohol level. I'm just trying to find out a bit about some of those other malts. I also need to know the size limit of your mash tun

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2 years 9 months ago - 2 years 9 months ago #1613 by Yeastyboys
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--> Alcohol Level 5 to 7% (more if it's in the region of barley wine, stout or porter) :woohoo:
--> 5.5 gallons (19 litres)
--> I have a 5L mash vessel (not exactly a mash tun, but I'm working
on getting a proper one)
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Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Thu 21 Sep - 13:55

Wigram Brewery APA in the glass, Thin Lizzy on the platter. It does nt get any better, Cheers all lol

Gash's Avatar Gash - Thu 21 Sep - 07:52

That sounds sensational!

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Wed 20 Sep - 12:02

Enjoying a wigram brewery Harvard Honey Ale. Outstanding with a bit of Savatage streets on the platter. Cheers, out there brewing it. lol

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Mon 18 Sep - 19:29

Bottling day tomorrow, should be good :D

Beef's Avatar Beef - Sat 16 Sep - 13:53

Hey Gash, got a quick question, was thinking about putting 2 All INN citra wort kits in the fermentersaurus, 30L, Then after ferment, adding the 5L cooled boiled water with priming Dex to each keg and filling, What do you think?

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