Can You Brew It recipe for Lagunitas Censored Ale
All recipes are 6 gallons post-boil, 70% efficiency, Morey for color, 15% evaporation, 7.27 gallons preboil, Rager IBU, and most hops are in grams not ounces. Most, if not all recipes are primary only (no secondary).
If you brew this, please reply with your results.
35.1 IBUs (increased from recipe from Jamil's perception of the beer).
WLP002 or Wyeast 1968
11.82 lbs US 2-row
1.27 lbs wheat malt
1.58 lbs munich
1.03 lbs crystal 60
30g roasted barley
27g Williamette 4.6%AA at 60min
4.54g Horizon 12%AA at 60min
16g Williamete at 30min
2.3g Centennial 9%AA at 30min
4.5g Cascade 5.75%AA at 30min
9g centennial @ 0min
9g liberty @ 0min
Mash at 156F
Ferment at 66F
Jamil notes that he would increase Horizon to 6-7g at 60min if he rebrewed it.
I'm drinking this (commercial beer) on cask; it's superb on cask! The hops positively dance opposite the Munich and crystal, and the body is rich but not over the top. I was never a giant devotee of the bottle or draft. This is going into my must-brew list. Going to sub in Northern Brewer for the Horizon so I don't have to buy more hops.
Is it necessary to use Willamette for the 60 min addition? Most flavor will be boiled out correct?
Bitter is a flavor. ;)
More to the point though, I think Willy boiled for a long time has a nice delicate hardwood kinda tannic thing.
Brewing this today :)
We'll see how it goes.
How did it go?
Nobody ever comes back to say that do they? heh
It came out fantastic! Huge hit with everyone who's had it. Possibly this year's favorite I'd say. There was a pretty big difference in color and mouthfeel, who knows how that went down. As for a clone, it didn't come out exact, but it still produces one awesome beer.
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