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Old 02-01-2012, 04:04 AM   #1
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Going to do a malty pale ale with half munich half MO. What hops and what yeast should I use?

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Old 02-01-2012, 04:12 AM   #2
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Sounds British to me. WLP002 and Fuggles/EKG?

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any suggestions for dry hopping?

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Old 02-01-2012, 04:18 AM   #4
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any suggestions for dry hopping?
Sure! Fuggles or EKG.
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Use 3711 French Saison with half Nelson Sauvin half Citra. Never made anything bad with those ingredients.

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Use 3711 French Saison with half Nelson Sauvin half Citra. Never made anything bad with those ingredients.
Not really a pale ale then
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That's some delicious malty goodness right there, pick a yeast that will let the malt shine, like US-05, WLP002 or WLP007 (fermented low to hold down the diacetyl, maybe 64) and then some spicy noble hops would do nicely, tettnang, northern brewer, german tradition. Can't go wrong with the previously suggested EKG/Fuggle combo either.

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Thanks. Munich and MO are my two favorite malts. Thinking about going with EKG for boil and dry hop

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You could always through in a spot of Brambling Cross. I do enjoy the EKG myself.
What ever you do, make sure you have "MUMO" in the name of your beer!

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did you ever make it ?

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