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Old 02-21-2011, 01:42 AM   #1
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I am relatively new to home brewing and I'm looking to "graduate" from kits to recipes that don't come in a box. I am not looking to go all grain yet but I am comfortable with extract with grains and other adjuncts. Any advise how to go about starting a recipe or even better a easy recipe for a newbie that's getting away from kits. Thanks in advance for all the help.

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Old 02-21-2011, 01:56 AM   #2
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look up recipes for partial mash. there are all kinds of recipes for lots of types of beers, including whatever you like

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Its pretty obvious, but check the recipe section here. As far as what to brew, that mostly depends on your comfort level and what you like.

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wow on the verge of feeling real dumb..... i'm new to the site I didn't realize there is a recipe section here. Guess i should have looked first.

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wow on the verge of feeling real dumb..... i'm new to the site I didn't realize there is a recipe section here. Guess i should have looked first.
you gotta learn the hard way sometimes
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wow on the verge of feeling real dumb..... i'm new to the site I didn't realize there is a recipe section here. Guess i should have looked first.
sometimes we all have a "OH, Duh!" moments when we are on here. i didn't know there was a search for about a month. then i was told!!!!
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You could also look up kit recipes to get ideas of what grains to use for what stlyles.Digging through recipes gives you ideas on amounts to use as a general guideline the more you learn about the grain description you will also puzzle recipes together,it just takes some familiarity.

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