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Old 05-02-2009, 01:07 AM   #1
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I AM LOOKING FOR ANY ALL GRAIN RECIPE USING 2-ROW, AND HOPS!!!
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That's pretty broad.

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I am open to any suggestions that involve bulk purchases. I have done a 5 Gallon Batch with 10lbs. of Vienna and 1lbs. of Munich light with Hallantaur hops. Open to any other suggestions!! Just post and I will make!!
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What styles of beer do you like? Give us some guidance and I'm sure you'll get a slew of suggested recipes.

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Old 05-02-2009, 01:49 AM   #5
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You can always start with the recipe locator:

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Erin, what part of Michigan are you from?

If you want a basic recipe that uses only 2 row and hops, you could attempt to clone Bud/miller/coors light. I think the recipe involves a clean yeast, 5lbs of 2row and about 1oz of hops added during the boil. .50oz @ 60 minutes, .25 @ 20, and .25 @ about 5mins.

Ferment at about 52* and you should be good.

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Erin, what part of Michigan are you from?

If you want a basic recipe that uses only 2 row and hops, you could attempt to clone Bud/miller/coors light. I think the recipe involves a clean yeast, 5lbs of 2row and about 1oz of hops added during the boil. .50oz @ 60 minutes, .25 @ 20, and .25 @ about 5mins.

Ferment at about 52* and you should be good.

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Nah, without 99% rice or corn in there it is going to have way too much malty taste to be close to BMC bathwater.
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Nah, without 99% rice or corn in there it is going to have way too much malty taste to be close to BMC bathwater.
mmmm.... bathwater....

Maybe try for a "pilsner" of sorts.
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Try a SMaSH never made one but they seem to get good reviews around here.

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My MO/Fuggles SMaSH was unbelievable after a few months in the bottles. When friends came over it disappeared in a flash. Plus its a great way to learn what certain grains, hops, and yeast taste like.

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