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Old 03-23-2011, 04:58 AM   #1
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I have the following hops on hand looking to get an all grain recipe together -

1 oz Golding
2 oz Cascade
4 oz Willamette

also have some harvested Wyeast 1056 that I want to use.

looking for grain suggestions and what the hop addition schedule should look like.

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Old 03-23-2011, 05:20 AM   #2
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what are your AA%, Looks like an APA to me.

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I have the following hops on hand looking to get an all grain recipe together -

1 oz Golding
2 oz Cascade
4 oz Willamette

also have some harvested Wyeast 1056 that I want to use.

looking for grain suggestions and what the hop addition schedule should look like.
I agree with the previous poster; looks like an APA or AIPA from here. Going off of what I'd roughly expect the AA% for each to be, I'd use something like the following schedule:

60min: 1-2oz Cascade
15min: 1oz Willamette
5min: 1oz Willamette
Flameout: 1oz Willamette
DH: 1oz Willamette and remaining Cascade

For grains, maybe 8-9lb 2-row, 1-2lb munich 10L, and maybe .5lb crystal.

I wouldn't try shoehorning Goldings in there myself, but you could if you really want to clean house. The above schedule is obviously skewed towards a pretty hop-heavy batch, particularly depending on your exact AA%s. If you have a lower-AA cascade, I'd probably use it all and maybe shift the 5 minute Willamette to 20 minutes instead.
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Old 03-24-2011, 02:48 PM   #4
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thanks smagee, i'll give it a whirl. I like hop heavy beers, so I think i'll drop all the Cascades in at 60. The Willamettes are definitely better when used under 30 mins. I've had a couple batches where I had them in for the entire boil and both didn't turn out that great. I'm not exactly sure on the Willamette AA b/c they were home grown. The Cascades are 8.6% and the Goldings are 4.5%

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