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Old 01-15-2012, 07:43 PM   #1
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Trying to figure out this recipe, it's all in my head, so i'm not sure of the IBUs at the moment, but i like flying by the seat of my pants... could add in some carafaIII to CDA it up a bit

9lbs 2row
3lbs flaked oats
3lbs rye
.5lbs 60L

150* 60 min mash
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1oz cascade 60min
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1oz cascade 10min
1oz simcoe 10min
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2oz simcoe 0min
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2oz simcoe DH 5 days
2oz cascade DH 5 days

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should i change anything?

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Rice hulls. That grain bill has stuck mash written all over it!

It looks tasty otherwise.

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Looks like a pretty good recipe idea.
Your IBU's as listed would be low for an IPA but once you bump those up, feel free to send me a finished bottle.

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sounds interesting. thats gunna be a real chewy IPA tho with all that rye & oat

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Do not exceed 10-15% of the grist with flaked grains. Believe it or not, there's stuff in there you don't want, like oils and fats, which for this kind of beer are detrimental in too large a quantity. Especially with flaked oats.

If you have half-decent mashing procedure, you won't need rice hulls. You've got plenty of husk material.

Why does everyone start going "Oooo, you need rice hulls!" when the amount of unhusked grist goes about 20%? You don't need rice hulls with 50% unhusked grain! Hell, Weissbier brewers do 40/60% pils/wheat with no rice hulls. You need to grind and dough in properly, plus vorlauf and run off carefully. That's it! You know, like a brewer does.

Don't use ingredients as a crutch to get around poor technique. "I can't actually pedal a bike, so I bolted this motor on." Take your time, run off properly, and you won't stick your mash.

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thanks for the insight guys!
looks like i hit a good brew recipe with this one.
so, should i knock back the oats to around 1.5-2lbs?

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I'd knock it back to a pound and sub in 2-row malt.

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Sounds good! As soon as I get a new thermometer. It's on like donkey Kong! Thanks for the help! BTW. Your porter recipe is delicious

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I'm glad you like Coal Porter!

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Why does everyone start going "Oooo, you need rice hulls!" when the amount of unhusked grist goes about 20%? You don't need rice hulls with 50% unhusked grain! Hell, Weissbier brewers do 40/60% pils/wheat with no rice hulls. You need to grind and dough in properly, plus vorlauf and run off carefully. That's it! You know, like a brewer does.

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Bob is right. I rarely have stuck mashes, except for a recent heavy rye and a heavy oat beer. In those case, I could have avoided problems by changing my normal procedures a bit.

I like to do an initial drain of my mash followed by two equal sparges. Well the wort from these particular mashes were a bit thick (plus my manifold fell apart on one!). If I had added some extra water before my first draining, I would have had no problems. Once the initial drain was done for these, the next two sparges went very smoothly.
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