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Old 03-24-2010, 02:17 AM   #1
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Default Brewing a Variation of Yoopers Dead Guy

It's a 5 gallon recipe calling for-

4 lbs of Pale LME
4 lbs of Light DME

The DME was unavailable so I'm going to use all LME. What would happen if I used 6 lbs of pale LME with 3 lbs of wheat LME?

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Old 03-25-2010, 09:15 PM   #2
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What would happen if I used 6 lbs of pale LME with 3 lbs of wheat LME?
It'll be fairly different than Yoop's recipe because of the wheat, but it'll still be beer.
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Yeah, I figured it'd be different, I just wanted to make sure that the wheat extract wouldn't make a funky tasting beer. I'm also using White Labs American Ale yeast blend. I'm pretty excited, this will be my first non-kit batch.

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