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Old 02-01-2013, 06:32 AM   #11
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Ok so probably keep it around 2oz peated and 3oz smoked. i have never used them before and wasn't aware of how potent the flavouring of them was

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So have only done experiments with all extract kits (coopers, morgans,etc) by adding hops or specialty grains or what have you. It has given me good insight into the practice and I think I am ready to attempt an all grain session. I recently did a trial run for an autumn oak ale and am waiting on the results. However, I am inpatient and seeing how i KNOW how I want it to taste I decided to make a pre-brew shopping list for the grain I may want to use. below is the grain build. Any thoughts positive or negative will be appreciated.

Please note that I did not add any hops or adjuncts to the list as I already have that information in my recipe.

Autumn Oak Grain Bill

Crystal 120- 9oz
Peated Malt-4lb
Pale Cholotae Malt-1lb
Smoked Malt-3lbs
Brown Malt-1lb
ESB Pale Malt-3lb
So here is my edited version:

8lb ESB palemalt
2oz peated malt
1.3oz smoked
Pale chocolate 0.5lb
12oz crystal 120
3.5 lb brown

Earthy hops used respectively, scotch infused oak chips
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