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Old 01-07-2013, 08:14 PM   #21
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i love doing beers like these, there is nothing better after a hard days work when you need to get up the next day! +1 on the extra crystal malt, i go potty with lots of late hops too!
something i often do is brew a 5g beer at 1060+ then dilute by half, then hop and ferment each half differently. great for kegging!

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Old 01-20-2013, 07:00 PM   #22
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So I brewed an Oaty Mild yesterday that came in about 1.024 (off by .002) and setup a little blog to keep track of everything moving forward (I merged my other one in there as well). The recipe is on there.

Check it out: Small Homebrew - on a quest to brew the best beers under 3% (SG of 1.032 or less)

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Old 01-22-2013, 12:50 AM   #23
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Was thinking about putting together a pale mild recipe. Here's what I'm thinking...

79% Vienna
10% Crystal 20
8% Flaked Barley
3% Aromatic

Warrior at 60
.25 Columbus at 5
.25 Amarillo at 5
.50 Columbus at flameout
.50 Amarillo at flameout

OG 1.038
IBU 22

Wyeast 1968

Thoughts?

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Old 01-22-2013, 01:14 AM   #24
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Was thinking about putting together a pale mild recipe. Here's what I'm thinking...

79% Vienna
10% Crystal 20
8% Flaked Barley
3% Aromatic

Warrior at 60
.25 Columbus at 5
.25 Amarillo at 5
.50 Columbus at flameout
.50 Amarillo at flameout

OG 1.038
IBU 22

Wyeast 1968

Thoughts?
I think the malt bill looks really cool but milds are generally super low in hop bitterness and aroma - more malt forward-I like EKG & Fuggles or any noble low aa hop

I'd like to see the results of this one either way
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Old 01-22-2013, 01:36 AM   #25
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Although in going to use the new Belma hops in a mild coming up soon

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Old 01-22-2013, 12:32 PM   #26
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i brew super hoppy low gravity ales, as long as you keep the crystal to at least 10% it totally works. great session beers, most of my mates cant tell its a low alc beer.

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It's nor real beer if its under 3%. Beer guidelines dictate.........

Kidding. I'm saving the recipe for future use. Would love a low alc summer beer with some taste.

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Old 01-22-2013, 12:48 PM   #28
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i brew super hoppy low gravity ales, as long as you keep the crystal to at least 10% it totally works. great session beers, most of my mates cant tell its a low alc beer.
Do you have any exams recipes? Sounds great
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Old 01-22-2013, 04:42 PM   #29
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Do you have any exams recipes? Sounds great
sure

fugg you pale ale

2kg maris otter
250g british crystal 65

2oz fuggles FWH
2oz fuggles at flame out,

steep for 45 mins then run off and cool ect,

ferment at 20c with something nice like the fullers strain

keg or bottle at 1.5 vol Co2

drink fresh

at 22l (uk5gal)

this usually comes out about 2.8 abv
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Very nice!! This will be on my to do list soon!

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