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Old 02-26-2013, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default What to do with leftover grains

I have some leftover grains that I would like to use, but in a different beer then what was just made (magic hat fat angel). Any suggestions on recipes that may use these? I would purchase all other ingredients accordingly. I have about a half a pound of each.

Carmel 80L (Briess)
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Old 02-26-2013, 07:06 PM   #2
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Maybe you could make an amber ale of some sort. Or do like I do, make up a recipe off the top of your head and try it! That's the beauty of homebrewing. You can make whatever you want!

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Old 02-26-2013, 08:30 PM   #3
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Maybe you could make an amber ale of some sort. Or do like I do, make up a recipe off the top of your head and try it! That's the beauty of homebrewing. You can make whatever you want!
Thanks for the thought. I am still expanding my ability to formulate recipes.cheers
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After your mash you could always reuse them and make some pancakes!!!

Made some with caravienne malt, and it was absolutely amazing.

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Could probably do a mild.

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After your mash you could always reuse them and make some pancakes!!!

Made some with caravienne malt, and it was absolutely amazing.
Thanks for the suggestion. I think I will stick to drinking my grains for now.
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Could probably do a mild.
Appreciate it. Thanks
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I was thinking a mild or a brown ale. Munich is great in brown ales as is C-80.

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+1 to amber. A good amber would be mostly 2-row, with a good amount of munich, some 80L and some 20L or 40L.

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+1 to amber. A good amber would be mostly 2-row, with a good amount of munich, some 80L and some 20L or 40L.
Thanks for the reply. That was my thinking as well.
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