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Old 04-10-2010, 05:07 PM   #1
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Default Multiple beers using the same grain bill

So I'm sitting here with my 4 month old son trying to figure out a grain bill where I can use a yeast cake of S-05 and WL 568. I'd like to brew 10 gallons and split the two and use both yeasts. What are people's thoughts on this grain bill based on what I currently have on hand:

16# 2-Row (80%)
2# Munich (10%)
.5# Belgian Aromatic (2.5%)
.5# flaked wheat (2.5%)
1# carapils (5%)

Target: 1.050-1.053ish

As for hops I have Saaz and Willamettes that may go well with both yeasts. Would love any input on this bill. Thanks.


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