Vinz Clortho - the Keymaster of Gozer the Gozerian
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Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: St. Petersburg, FL
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The honey malt starts to be noticable at about 5% of the grain bill. At 7%, you are going to taste a good bit of sweetness in the beer. I think the rye would balance this pretty nicely. As long as that's what you're going for, you're good, if you want the sweetness to be subtle, tone it back to 5%.
Primary #1 - Summer Hopped Hefeweizen
Primary #2 - EMPTY!
Primary #3 - EMPTY!
Secondary #1 - Downtown Flanders Brown (Due June 2013)
Secondary #2 - Pinot Noir Wine (Due December 2013)
Keg #1 - Bavarian Pilsner Ale
Keg #2 - Hard Cider (Spring SeaCider)
Keg #3 - Centennial Blonde
Bottled - NONE!