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Old 01-13-2006, 12:54 AM   #1
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Default Munich Dunkel or Schwarzbier

I am trying to formulate my next lager recipe using up some odds and ends grains I have on hand. I was shooting for a Munich Dunkel but was not sure if the chocolate rye would offer a roasted flavor closer to a Schwarzbier. So I will throw out the grain bill for opinions.

7# Munich
2# Vienna
1.5# Pils
.5# Chocolate rye
.25# Dark Carahell
O.G. 1.050-1.057
SRM 16
Lager Yeast



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Old 01-13-2006, 12:56 AM   #2
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i'd go swarzbier. i love a good swarz......you got the stuff, a little high on the og, but who cares!



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i'd go swarzbier. i love a good swarz......you got the stuff, a little high on the og, but who cares!
Are you saying his swarz is bigger than yours?
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Are you saying his swarz is bigger than yours?
wellll.....mine's gonna be a dunkel, so a swarz is a tad bigger
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Are you saying his swarz is bigger than yours?
May the swarz be with you!
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I see your swarz is as big as mine...now let's see how you handle it!

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