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remandsager 12-14-2012 09:25 PM

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Attached a BeerSmith recipe of a Citra - Golden Promise SMaSH we kegged last weekend, and had my first taste last nice. Turned out very, very nice...very happy with it!


winvarin 03-06-2013 10:05 PM

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Originally Posted by MedBrewer
Hiya all, got any one gallon SMASH recipes with light malt (such as 2 row)?Id love to start experimenting with different malts.
Thanks, Ben
I went overboard and did a 10 gallon smash this weekend. Maris Otter and citra. The spare room I am fermenting in smells like a bowl of citrus fruit. I have high hopes for this one.

Not sure how light you're looking at but my first runnings were a beautiful deep gold.

Uploaded the pic from my phone so I am sorry if the web browser makes it huge

Ostomo517 03-06-2013 10:50 PM

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Hiya all, got any one gallon SMASH recipes with light malt (such as 2 row)?Id love to start experimenting with different malts.
Thanks, Ben
I loved the way this one turned out for me. Maris Otter/Falconers Flight SMaSH. This is for 2 gallons, just cut in half for one.

OG 1.066
FG 1.017
SRM 7.2
ABV 6.5%
IBU 57

5# Maris Otter
.5oz Falconers Flight @60
.25oz FF @20
Irish Moss @15
.25oz FF@2

Saf ale 05 yeast.


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Powerturn11 11-09-2013 03:03 PM

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That should actually make you feel proud. When a beer is very elaborate with tons of specialty grain and hopped to the Gills it is much harder for the possible flaws in the beer to be detected. On the other other hand if you are able to make a low to mid strength beer with a simple grain bill and recipe that tastes good and clean, It shows you have good technique, good sanitary practices, and are able to maintain proper pitch rates and fermentation temperatures.

Glad it came out well man. I love centennial.
Thanks man. I should look at it like that. Beautiful beer.

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erick0619 10-01-2014 01:16 AM

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Well here she is one week in the bottle and a few hours in the fridge Attachment 226802


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