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Old 05-01-2009, 10:34 PM   #1
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Default Mixed grains, what to make

Due to a mistake with a recent order. I have 20lbs of crushed grain (10lb Belgian pils, 7lb red wheat, 3lb victory malt).

Any suggestions on what to make? Currently I'm doing 5gal batches, but all I lack to move up to 10gal is a new mash tun. So either a 5 or 10gal recipe would work.

I was thinking of an american wheat, but I'm not sure if the victory would throw me too far off style. More importantly I'm wondering what it would taste like.

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You can always save the victory for something else.

I say brew the American style wheat with the pils and the Red wheat and save the rest for something else.

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I should have been more specific, all of the grains are in one bag. I ordered them for 3 different recipes, but now I have to use them as one.

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Oh, damn. I see.

What about a Porter? Or a Brown Ale?

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