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Old 02-08-2007, 07:23 PM   #151
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I was just brain storming and came up with

7 lbs 2-row
1 lb. Wheat Malt
0.5 lb. Munich
0.5 lb. Vienna
0.5 lb. Crystal 10
0.5 lb. Honey Malt
0.25 lb. Biscuit Malt

At 75% for 5 gallons that's 1.056 and an SRM of 7

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Old 02-08-2007, 07:23 PM   #152
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Well, I consider 2-row, munich, carapils, wheat and honey slam dunks (that's 5 for you math wizards). Add a little honey malt and we only have to come up with one more.

That shouldn't be too difficult while keeping it fairly simple at the same time.

I guess... it just goes against my grain (heh) to add something for the sake of adding it. I suppose that's the point of this beer though. Time to live a little.
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Old 02-08-2007, 07:24 PM   #153
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What about:

2-Row Pale Malt
Honey Malt
Crystal 10
Honey
Amarillo Hops
Cascade Hops
California Ale Yeast

Seven total ingredients. That's simple as can be.
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Can I make one suggestion though? I've heard Amarillo and Simcoe really work good together....how about those instead of Cascade?
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What about:

2-Row Pale Malt
Honey Malt
Crystal 10
Honey
Amarillo Hops
Cascade Hops
California Ale Yeast

Seven total ingredients. That's simple as can be.
According to the Germans, water is an ingredient.
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Old 02-08-2007, 07:25 PM   #155
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Love it!


Can I make one suggestion though? I've heard Amarillo and Simcoe really work good together....how about those instead of Cascade?
I've heard that as well, but isn't Simcoe pretty hard to get ahold of? I know they don't carry it at my LHBS, although I suppose I could order it online.
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I was just brain storming and came up with

7 lbs 2-row
1 lb. Wheat Malt
0.5 lb. Munich
0.5 lb. Vienna
0.5 lb. Crystal 10
0.5 lb. Honey Malt
0.25 lb. Biscuit Malt

At 75% for 5 gallons that's 1.056 and an SRM of 7
I like this idea! Easy to find ingredients, we'll get a nice light colored beer, with a nice mouthfeel. And 7 hops additions (of only maybe two or three varieties?). This would be pretty simple for a dim witted person like me.
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I've heard that as well, but isn't Simcoe pretty hard to get ahold of? I know they don't carry it at my LHBS, although I suppose I could order it online.
I think Simcoe is pretty easy to find...if oyur HBS doesn't have it, they should, IMHO. They could prolly order it for you too.

One more thing, with these simple 7 ingredients, we could still make it a 7 SRM pretty easily too. And 7 hop additions.
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I like 7 grains, 7 hop additions (doesn't have to be 1 hop strain) and an SRM shooting for 7. An APA in the 1.050 range and not overly amped into an IPA. Honey yes or no could be answered in a poll. Summer beer...

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How about 7 extras?

Rice syrup, maltodextrine, garlic, molasses, bay leaves, table sugar, and chicken?

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