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Old 01-04-2013, 01:29 AM   #1
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Default Has anyone ever brewed Pilsen Light LME

And just one hop?

No other ingredients.

I was thinking about giving a 2.5 gallon batch a try of 3 lbs of Briess Pilsen Light LME and some Kent Goldings (1 oz).

I also was thinking about adding sugar.

Anyone ever just brew the Pilsen Light on it's own as a malt?

Is it better than Bud Light?

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Old 01-04-2013, 01:32 AM   #2
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8lbs of LME for a 2 gallon batch?

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8lbs of LME for a 2 gallon batch?

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Sorry... 3 lbs for a 2.5 gallon.

I updated it with Hopville.
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Also... has anyone ever used these two hops together?

Hallertau and Kent Goldings

Do they mix well?

Cool website for bitterness (IBUs)

http://www.brewersfriend.com/2009/01...terness-range/

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This is what i have on hopville.

2.5 gallons (my other fermenter)

3 lbs Briess Pilsen Light LME
12 ozs Cane Sugar (sucrose)

0.8 oz Halletau
0.25 oz Kent Goldings

US-05 Yeast

3% SRM (yellow)
26.9 IBU
5.9% ABV

Name: The Lazy-Ass, No Steep Pilsen
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should be better than Coors Light right?

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I've said this a few times on HBT. You can put whatever you want together, you can make mistakes, but in the end you WILL get beer. Whether it will win any awards is a different question. I've made every mistake in the book and I get drinkable beer. I've combined leftover ingredients and had a very good beer.

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