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Old 09-27-2011, 05:26 PM   #81
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I am assuming Dave will add it to the spreadsheet. Who is going to be the brewer who misses out on this buy? This is the last buy until March 2012!

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Old 09-27-2011, 05:50 PM   #82
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Got it.

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Old 09-28-2011, 12:04 AM   #83
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I am still pretty new to all grain brewing but trying to be proactive in this buy. If anyone has any thoughts and/or suggestions to my purchases I am open to more options please chime in. I am looking to Brew about one or two times per month and want to Brew some porter, stout, IPA, ambers???? Thoughts???

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Old 09-28-2011, 12:11 AM   #84
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Canadian 2 row as a base malt maybe 2 bags. 0.1 of the chocolate malt for the amber if there any of the high love crystal left get 0.1 of that. 0.1 roasted barely maybe some pbw. or rice hulls maybe some of the lower love crystal for the ipa and others. grab that last 0.1 of the c-40 maybe some of the dark munich maybe the honey malt and the wheat and vienna. just thoughts.

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Old 09-28-2011, 12:35 AM   #85
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Canadian 2 row as a base malt maybe 2 bags. 0.1 of the chocolate malt for the amber if there any of the high love crystal left get 0.1 of that. 0.1 roasted barely maybe some pbw. or rice hulls maybe some of the lower love crystal for the ipa and others. grab that last 0.1 of the c-40 maybe some of the dark munich maybe the honey malt and the wheat and vienna. just thoughts.
So to summarize, get a little of everything. Lol.
I just added some more stuff. I'm pretty sure I have a little of everything now.HAHA
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Old 09-28-2011, 01:01 AM   #86
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Don't forget the lactose, but only if you want to make some sweet stouts and porters.

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Old 09-28-2011, 01:07 AM   #87
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I am still pretty new to all grain brewing but trying to be proactive in this buy. If anyone has any thoughts and/or suggestions to my purchases I am open to more options please chime in. I am looking to Brew about one or two times per month and want to Brew some porter, stout, IPA, ambers???? Thoughts???


Buy lots of 2row you'll use in everything. Then you can pick up the specialty grain from rebel.
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Dam Keegan, screw Tom. There is still a few splits left to fill.

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Anybody made anything with the Bairds Vienna? I have used the Best and Franco buy not the Bairds.

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I am still pretty new to all grain brewing but trying to be proactive in this buy. If anyone has any thoughts and/or suggestions to my purchases I am open to more options please chime in. I am looking to Brew about one or two times per month and want to Brew some porter, stout, IPA, ambers???? Thoughts???
Kinda New myself,
So I started with some Basic stuff. If you read over the recipes of Edwort or Biermuncher or Jamil Z and look for the styles you like. Also do a quick search on the recipe database, You will get a good idea of what you need for your brews. But these prices cant be beat so hop in.
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