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Old 06-14-2012, 03:14 PM   #1
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1lb Pilsner Malt
1lb Flaked Wheat
.5lb Carafoam Malt
3lb Pilsen Light LME
3lb Wheat LME

1oz Hallertau 60 min
.5oz Spalt 15 min
.5oz Spalt 0 min

2g Grains of Paradise 15 min
zest from 2 myer lemons 15 min

WLP008 East Coast Ale yeast


Made this batch up about two months or so ago... It was a big hit on tap when sitting outside on a hot day. It had some nice sweet citrus notes but wasnt overpowering. One thing I would change about the recipe would be to add gelatin finings to secondary as it was not even close to clear. But overall the flavor was right where I wanted it to be.

Even the dog wanted to get her paws on this brew, but then again I think she might be an alcoholic.

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Old 06-14-2012, 03:15 PM   #2
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The dog that was mentioned and the slightly cloudy beer

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Old 06-14-2012, 08:38 PM   #3
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Was this the first BIAB recipe you made?

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I wouldn't call it a BIAB since its only got like 2.5 lbs of grain I'd say it's more a extract with some steeping grains or whatever u wanna say. This was before I started doing BIABs but when I brew it again I'll prob do a BIAB.

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Old 06-14-2012, 08:49 PM   #5
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How do you like that yeast? Me I cannot stand it.

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It was ok except the beer didn't clear as well as I would have liked so I'm thinking I might use something different next time and see if it helps any

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Anybody have any idea what yeast Sam Adams uses in their summer ale?

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