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Old 09-17-2012, 05:36 AM   #1
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Default Full Sail Sessions Lager

For no sparge,

12 lbs 2row
6 oz wheat malt
1oz Sterling at 60
1oz Saaz at 30
1oz Saax at 5
90 minute boil
OG 1.045

I wrote Jamie at Full Sail and he gave me the recipe. use 8.5 to 9 gallons of water. 4.5 for Mash, and 4.5 of 170 degree water, add all water after conversion, stir, vorlauf, drain. About 7 gallons pre boil.

if you want to fly sparge, use 10 lbs grain, 4 oz wheat.

Feel free to add half to one pound flaked maize to mash.

ferment at 50 to 55, lager at 33 for four to five weeks.

What you end up with is a medium bodied, dry session lager.

Ferment with 2L starter of your favorite. I used 34/70 dry, or urquell, or helles lager yeast. All turned out great. If you fly sparge, keep sparging till you collect about 7 gallons of wort.

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Old 02-08-2013, 06:01 AM   #2
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This is great Griff, thanks for sharing. I want to give this one a try. What temp have you been mashing at?

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Mash at 150 to 152 degrees.

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Old 04-03-2013, 06:15 PM   #4
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Default Just put this in primary.

How long should it sit until lagering? Does it need to be racked to secondary for lagering?

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To anyone who has brewed this, did you find that the six oz. of wheat malt impacted clarity at all? I'm planning to make this recipe as my first lager, but if it won't be clear with the wheat, I may omit it.

Thanks in advance.

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I routinely put 8 oz of wheat malt in many of my recipes and have no issues with clarity

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I routinely put 8 oz of wheat malt in many of my recipes and have no issues with clarity
Thanks so much! I'll take the leap then.
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