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Old 07-09-2009, 07:11 AM   #1
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Default Oktoberfest AG converted to Partial

I took a stab at converting this AG recipe to partial and was looking for some feedback.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f63/bee-...80/#post380132

4.13 lb Pale LME
4.13 lb Pilsner LME
2.00 lb Munich Malt
0.50 lb Caramunich Malt
0.50 lb Caravienne Malt

1 oz. Tettnang 4.4% AA at 60 min.
0.5 oz Hallertau 4.2 % AA at 30 Min
0.5 oz. Hallertau 4.2% AA at 15 min
Yeast: WLP029

O.G. 1.062
F.G. 1.012

Or Williams Brewing makes a German Gold LME which is 50% Vienna 50% Munich Malt. I was think of adding 3 lbs of that at 15 min and reducing the Pale LME to 2.66 lbs (for the whole 60). No specialty grains with the German Gold LME.

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Old 07-09-2009, 12:18 PM   #2
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If you're going to partial you may want to up your grain then. 3# is kind of a little to partial, even stove-top you can push 5 or 6#. A little less LME and a little more grain might do some good. Also, I like to use LME quantities in the quantities they are sold. It makes life easier.

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Okay, so what if I added .5# Vienna and .5# Pilsen to the mash and changed the LME to 3# of DME each. Still only 4# of grains in the mash... to small?

3# Pilsen DME
3# Pale DME
2# Munich Malt
.5# Vienna
.5# Pilsen
.5# Caramunich Malt
.5# Caravienne Malt

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Okay, so what if I added .5# Vienna and .5# Pilsen to the mash and changed the LME to 3# of DME each. Still only 4# of grains in the mash... to small?

3# Pilsen DME
3# Pale DME
2# Munich Malt
.5# Vienna
.5# Pilsen
.5# Caramunich Malt
.5# Caravienne Malt
Whatever size you can mash is fine. If you can mash more, then that's fine, but if you're limited to the size of your pot, then a smaller mash is fine, too.
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