Originally Posted by jrb03
This is incorrect. Even the spreadsheet someone posted with all these variants has the original recipe wrong. Wayne linked to the updated recipe again, a few posts above. I highly suggest you start with his updated recipe. It is SPOT ON BLUE MOON. He wasn't trying to waste breath by listing the brand of malt to use either, very important. My last batch came out light because I used some other malt I had on hand.
I think you are wrong. The "original" recipe shouldn't be called "updated recipe". Wayne has the link to the "original" in his signature which sends you to the first page of this thread and from there, one can assume post #6 and later #11 would provide most of the data. Not until page 73, the "updated" recipe shows up in his signature, unless I have misssed it through all the pages I have checked.
The "Someone" that posted the spread sheet with all recipes was me. I requested for anyone to flag any mistakes I may have made when "assuming" wayne's recipe, got no complains until now. I do think I need to correct the coriander and orange amounts, but the rest is what I could figure.
Now, has anyone brewed the "updated" recipe? If so, I can add to the spread sheet.
Also, the pool I have created that in my opinion would help a lot, has minimum feedback. Our personal opinion on whether or not we got a "SPOT ON" recipe, to me, has limited value. We all have different tastes and perceptions. Best way is to collect feedback from those who brewed and provide an easier summary, other than reading 727+ posts.