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Old 01-08-2011, 12:05 AM   #1
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Default U Fleku Recipe (Bohemian Dunkel)

I've been searching for a proper recipe for this beer for years - and it seems it was hanging out on the Brewers Association website since November. As such, I thought I would share this for those who might be interested in brewing this amazing beer. For those of you who have not encountered this beer, it's almost like a cross between a Munich dunkel and a stout - with a very complex malt sweetness. I'll be brewing a batch up this weekend.

Here is the recipe as listed on the website:

50% Weyermann Floor-Malted Bohemian Pilsner Malt @ 1.8 °L
30% Weyermann Munich I @ 6 °L
15% Weyermann CaraMunich® II @ 45.5 °L
5% Weyermann Carafa® II @ 45.5 °L (at sparge)

3.9 oz (110 g) Saaz @ 4.5% AA (10 minutes into the boil)
3.9 oz (110 g) Saaz @ 4.5% AA (20 minutes into the boil)
4.3 oz (122 g) Saaz @ 4.5% AA (115 minutes into the boil)

O.G: 1.048+ //F.G: 1.012// 30 (?) SRM// 28 IBU

http://www.brewersassociation.org/pa...ohemian-dunkel

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Old 01-18-2011, 11:43 PM   #2
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Thank you for this. How did it come out? I tried this place when I was in Prague and their beer was amazing. I definitely want to try this out.

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Old 01-19-2011, 12:37 AM   #3
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I brewed this about 10 days ago and recently racked it over for lagering. Even being so young, the gravity sample tasted freaking amazing! Its been a while since I was last in Prague but the flavor profile is very similar to what I remember it as. I'll probably brew up another batch of this next month if I can make some space. The recipe is not beginner friendly (with multiple decoctions) but you could probably make an equally excellent beer by just doing a single infusion mash.

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Old 11-28-2012, 09:14 PM   #4
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I remember drinking this at u fleku, along with goulash, and remember it tasting awesome.

Can this recipe be translated to extract? I would like to give it a try if it can.

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Old 11-29-2012, 12:20 AM   #5
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Sure, if you can lager. I've brewed an all grain version of this that was awesome.

I would try this streamlined recipe:

5.25 lb Munich LME
1.75 lb Pilsen LME
1.5 lb Caramunich
0.5 lb Carafa

2 oz of Saaz at bittering
1 oz of Saaz at 5 minutes left in the boil

Any bohemian lager yeast would work. If you can only do ales, try Alt yeast. But keep it as cool as possible. <60F

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