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Old 02-05-2010, 11:54 PM   #411
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That was so awesome! Thanks!!

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Old 02-05-2010, 11:57 PM   #412
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Prost +1 Great job!

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Old 02-06-2010, 12:36 AM   #414
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SWEET! The subtitles were perfect. Very, very nice.

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Nice job, looks like some great beers are being made in Poland!

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Old 02-06-2010, 01:41 AM   #416
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That was awesome, kopyr. Thanks for posting it.

Cheers to you and your fellow Polish homebrewers!

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Old 02-06-2010, 07:35 AM   #417
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Now I am curious. What is Grodziskie?
This is light (about 8 Plato) smoked wheat beer, well hopped. It's origin comes from the town Grodzisk Wielkopolski in Poland. When Poland was occupied by Germany, the town was named Gratz, and the beer was named Graetzer.
Unfortunatly in the 90's when start the consolidation in polish brewing, it's production was canceled.
But in 2007 by some guys who act in our video was started homebrewing contest "Prawie jak Grodzisz" what means "Almost like Grodziskie". In the jury are old employees from the closed brewery in Grodzisk. Average age of the juror is 70 (!).
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This is light (about 8 Plato) smoked wheat beer, well hopped. It's origin comes from the town Grodzisk Wielkopolski in Poland. When Poland was occupied by Germany, the town was named Gratz, and the beer was named Graetzer.
Unfortunatly in the 90's when start the consolidation in polish brewing, it's production was canceled.
But in 2007 by some guys who act in our video was started homebrewing contest "Prawie jak Grodzisz" what means "Almost like Grodziskie". In the jury are old employees from the closed brewery in Grodzisk. Average age of the juror is 70 (!).
recipe? Maybe you could post a good recipe in the "Recipes" section. I'd like to make it. I'm a big smoke beer fan.

Perhaps one of the beers in the video was this Grodziskie?
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recipe? Maybe you could post a good recipe in the "Recipes" section. I'd like to make it. I'm a big smoke beer fan.

Perhaps one of the beers in the video was this Grodziskie?
Unfortunatelly not.

It is special glass for Grodziskie. Grodziskie was called polish champagne.
Here you have export label in English.

About recipe, the hardest thing is that Grodziskie was made of 100% smoked (oak) wheat malt. And in Europe there is no malting company, which produced this kind of malt. So many of us use wheat malt + smoked barley malt, but some of us smoke wheat malt on their own.
The recipe I used is:
smoked barley malt 1,5kg
wheat malt 1kg
aroma hops pellets 50g (it was Lubelski, similar to Saaz)
yeast like to koelsch, e.g. S-33

Mash:
5 litre water temp. 40C - add malts
30min in 37C
add 2l hot (boiling) water
20min in 50C
add 3l hot water and heat
30min in 70C

Boiling:
90min
30g hops at the bginning
20g hops after 20 minutes.

EDIT:And the most important it was bottle conditioned.
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Old 02-06-2010, 01:24 PM   #420
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Great video! I love this hobby...

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