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Old 05-07-2009, 03:23 AM   #1
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Default Anyone familiar with this 3 gallon recipe?

I don't have the means to boil a full five gallons but I found this neat 3 gallon batch recipe.
Brewtopia Easy All-Grain Homebrewing Tips

The recipe increases the grain to make up for poor efficiency. But I think with a grain bag I could increase my efficiency (using Deathbrewers tips).

They don't mention what the gravity of any of their recipes are, that are listed on this page.
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I was thinking about doing the Crystal Pale Ale fairly soon.

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Old 05-08-2009, 01:43 PM   #2
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I'm thinking that this should work out well. BYO has a couple articles about brewing smaller batches and about skipping the sparge. But your grain amounts sound about right to make up for no sparge.

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If you use Beersmith you can take any recipe and scale to any size you want.

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Old 05-09-2009, 01:06 PM   #4
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I do only 3 gallon batches. I love the different beers I get to make and 3 gallons of one kind can sometimes be enough. Though I do have some I brew over and over. I am on a plan right now to make 52 different beers this year one beer a week. Some long term (Russian Imperial Stouts) and some short term for drinking now. This weeks it Yooper's IPA.
I use Beer Tools (Mac Fan) to cut recipes I think I might like down to 3 gallon size.

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