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powerslave73 01-21-2011 02:42 AM

can anyone convert and scale this back for a 5 Gallon extract brew?
 
Mash water: 42 bbls, Sparge water: 23 bbls

Malt:
2600 lbs. 2-row pale
350 lbs. caramel @ 60L
10 lbs. Dingemans Special B

Hops:
2631g Columbus @ boil
3543g Cascade @ 1:25
6715g Chinook @ 1:30 (flame out)
3500g Amarillo dry hop
3500g Simcoe dry hop
3500g Chinook dry hop

Target Plato: 16

gingerdawg 01-21-2011 03:43 AM

Well, I'll take a swing at the math, but I'm not sure how linear the recipe scales...

42bbl x 31 gal/bbl =1302 gal
23bbl x 31 gal/bbl =713 gal
Grain absorption estimated at 1 pint/lb of grain
2960 lbs x .125 = 370 gal absorption
1302+713-370= 2015 gal pre-boil
SWAG 15% boil off gives a batch size just under 1400 gallons
5/1400 = 0.0036 5 gallon batch multiplier yields:

9.36# 2-row
1.25# C60
~1/2 oz Special B

1/3 oz Columbus
.44 oz Cascade
.85 oz Chinook
.44 oz each variety dry hop


Am I close??

Edit:
Oops,. missed the extract brew part.

gingerdawg 01-21-2011 03:50 AM

For extract, they say about .6 times base grain so,
6 lb light DME
Steep the C60 and the special B??
Same hop schedule??

gingerdawg 01-21-2011 07:31 PM

Threw it into Brewtarget:

6 lb light DME
1.25# C60 Steeped
.5 oz Special B Steeped


1/3 oz Columbus 60 min
.44 oz Cascade 25 min
.85 oz Chinook flameout
.44 oz Amarillo dry hop
.44 oz Simcoe dry hop
.44 oz Chinook dry hop


OG 1.057
IBU 25.6
SRM 12.2

The above assumes a full boil. Partial boils make hop utilization suffer, so you should up the boiled hops.
16 degrees plato = 1.065 SG so it's close.....

What style is it supposed to be??

wilserbrewer 01-21-2011 07:39 PM

Nice work gingerdawg, I have a few things around the house that need tending too if ya have the time.....:mug:

JJL 01-21-2011 09:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gingerdawg (Post 2572636)

What style is it supposed to be??

Looks like and APA/IPA type recipe to me.

powerslave73 01-22-2011 01:16 AM

nice
 
It was a beer I had at a restaurant called La Marenda (I think) on National Ave in Milwaukee. The Beer was called National Ave Pale Ale and it was delicious. It was made by Lakefront Brewery and was supposedly exclusive to this restaurant.I emailed Lakefront brewery and asked for the recipe, and this is what they sent me. I would like to try and reproduce it. It was awesome!!!! If I had to describe it i would say a cross between a red ale and a pale ale. Copper colored smooth with a hoppy finish. I don't like a real hoppy beer and this was awesome if that gives you any description of it!


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