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Old 04-28-2007, 02:19 AM   #11
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Old 04-30-2007, 12:52 PM   #12
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The Recipe was: Steeped 1lbs Durst Medium Crystal
6lbs Munich Malt Syrup
1lbs Amber Dry Malt
1oz Spalt (60 min)
1oz Spalt (45 min)
1oz Spalt (30 min)
Boil volume was 2 Gal for 1 hr. after 45 min I added 1 Whirliflock tablet
Yeast is Wyeast #1007 Optimum Temp 55-66.
Was your 1lb of Amber DME Laaglander's by chance? My first batch used 3lbs of Coopers LME and 1lb of Amber DME. I used Laaglander's not knowing any better and the beer finished at 1.026 (it started at 1.052). Laaglander's is only about 50% fermentable compared to 75% with other extracts.
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