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Old 07-04-2010, 12:04 PM   #1
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Default What can I brew with these ingredients?

I extract brew and was planning on buying a 33lb jug of Pilsen or Golden light

I have lots of
Centennial
Cascade
Willamette
Cluster

I have 12oz
Dingeman's Special B
Briess Special Roast
Dingeman's Biscuit
Munton's Chocolate

I have 14oz of Roast Barley

I have 8oz
Victory
Dingeman's Munich

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Old 07-04-2010, 02:16 PM   #2
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Just about anything.

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Old 07-04-2010, 02:23 PM   #3
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7 Pounds Extract

B: 1 ounce Centennial
F: 1 ounce Cascade
A: 1 ounce Willamette

1/2 pound Special B
1/4 pound Biscuit
1/4 pound Special Roast

White Labs English Ale
or
Wyeast British Ale
or
S-04 dry yeast

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David, I was looking for a recipe.

AHB, thanks. What style would that fit in?

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I see brown ale, brown porter or even a BGS with some sugar. You could use some lighter crystal. With some lighter crystal malt you could do a APA, or a blonde. With some roasted barley you could make a dry stout.

You have a number of malts there that should be mashed.

Here is a brown porter.

6 lb LME
10 oz Chocolate Malt
6 oz Special B
2 oz Willamette at 60 minutes in a 3 gallon boil.
(could use some lighter crystal, like 1 lb of 80L or so)

If you add you munich, biscuit and special roast and steep at 150 for 60 minutes it may pass as a robust porter (but some 4 oz of black patent too would help.)

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Classic American Pilsner-ish:
7lb extract
1oz Cluster @60, 10, and flameout
3 packs Wyeast 2308

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I`ll say a bionde would do very nice this time of year. No need for it to be boring either especially w/ pilsner extract.

5-6 lbs pilsen/pale extract
8-12 oz munich (depends on lovibond)
5 oz victory/buscuit

1 oz willamette - B
1 oz cluster 20 min (gives a nice subtle black currant flavor)
1 oz willamette 2 min

Schlante,
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