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Old 09-09-2010, 09:47 PM   #1
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6.6# LME (light)
0.5# Dextrose
0.25# Crystal-10

1.5oz Perle for 60 minutes
0.5oz Liberty last 10 minutes
0.5oz Perle Dryhop
0.5oz Liberty Dryhop
SafAle-05 or Notty

What would this make? What is it? Recipe says Stella??

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Old 09-09-2010, 09:57 PM   #2
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6.6# LME (light)
0.5# Dextrose
0.25# Crystal-10

1.5oz Perle for 60 minutes
0.5oz Liberty last 10 minutes
0.5oz Perle Dryhop
0.5oz Liberty Dryhop
SafAle-05 or Notty

What would this make? What is it? Recipe says Stella??
what size of a batch is that? I would say a pale ale would be close. you are using an ale yeast, Stella is a lager and would not have that much hops in it.
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The batch size is 5gal. Boil size is rough 2.75gal.

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looks to be a very simple easy to drink beer. If you want more hop nose in it I would add more hops at the end of the boil.

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I'd call that a very pale ale, nothing in common with Stella at all. Seems a little high on the Perle Bittering hops, may want to consider cutting back there.

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