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Old 10-11-2012, 11:30 PM   #1
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Hello everyone. I am just looking for some input on getting a recipe together with what I have on hand. I have lots of light LME about 1 lb or so of carapils and about a lb of chocolate malt. I also have some S04 yeast and as well lots of EKG and willamete hops. Looking at just doing 2 gallons but if anyone has a recipe with this stuff I can scale it down myself. More into malty beers than hoppy. Thanks for any input

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Maybe a brown ale? That seems doable with those ingredients.
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If you can dig up some Crystal I would think an ESB would be good...more malty than hoppy.

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Ya seems do able, I'll check out a couple recipes for those beers.
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What do people think about doing this as for amounts of each malt. 78% Muntons light LME, 11% Chocolate malt, 11% Carapils. and then just a 60 min addition on EKG to hit about 28 ibus. Any input?

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Looks like a brown ale to me.

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I'd add a 20 minute addition of the EKG as well. Great tasting/smelling English hop. Just use the English one,not the US version. The english one has more of that lemon grass thing going that the US one lacks.
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