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Old 12-01-2012, 06:48 PM   #21
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I forgot to post the recipe for the day.

Style: American Brown Ale
IBU's: 32.62
Color: 20.1 SRM
Boil Size: 1.65 gal
Batch Size: 1.00 gal
OG(est): 1.059
FG(est): 1.024
ABV(est): 5.90

640g DME (half at beginning, half at 15 min)
45g chocolate malt
50g 60L Crystal Malt

2.5 g Nugget(13.3%) - 60 min
3.0 g Willamette(4.7) - 15 min
2.0g Willamette (4.7) - 1 min

0.4 vial California Ale (WLP001)

that looks delicious. have you made it before?
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Old 12-01-2012, 06:56 PM   #22
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that looks delicious. have you made it before?
nope... made it up all by myself.

i'm doing some experimenting. i'm making a series of one gallon batches using mostly the same ingredients, and adjusting the grains and amounts to be appropriate to the style.

Last week was a porter, so it was basically this + some black patent.
Next week an amber ale, so this - chocolate, and adjusting the crystal malt to 80L or maybe 90L.
Then the pale ale, which is this, minus the chocolate.

in each case, adjust the hop treatments, and amounts, to hit approximately the style guidelines, and stay fairly "middle of the road".

i'm trying to get my baseline "American Brown's" worked out, so i can then add/subtract, etc., and know what to expect.

Once I get these done, i will either shift to "british brown" or "yellow" or some other logical, related groups.
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Old 12-01-2012, 07:00 PM   #23
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I look forward to seeing the results posted on here. Need to get my hands on some 60L at some point soon, and then figure out what to make with it. not a huge coffee fan, but with as little chocolate as is in your recipe, I think it might be worth a shot.

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last week's porter on the left... this week's brown ale on the right.

difference is the porter has black patent in grain, brown ale doesn't, nothing else is different... obviously not much change in color.

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Old 12-02-2012, 12:47 AM   #25
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So I brewed a yeast starter for tomorrow's ESB. I also kegged an ESB, and finished a keg of ESB.
Did I happen to mention that I like ESB's?

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I brewed a 10 gallon batch of my all grain of my Irish Red today. It was a nice brisk 45° and sunny. Couldn't ask for a better day!

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Old 12-02-2012, 01:31 AM   #27
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I brewed a 10 gallon batch of my all grain of my Irish Red today. It was a nice brisk 45° and sunny. Couldn't ask for a better day!
Nice! I am just a short distance north of you......here in Stewartstown, PA.......but no brew today...next saturday will be brewing Nut Brown......today was bottle cleaning day (I hate bottling, need to start kegging)...........

Was a damn nice day!
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I'm taking next weekend off. I hope the weather holds until the week after. The only bad part about sub-50 weather is the cleaning afterwards.

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Probably not until tomorrow, Northern Brewer Chinook IPA extract kit. All chinook hops. Part of me wants to leave the recipe alone to see how it turns out, but another part of me wants to add 1oz. crystal hops near the end of the boil. Thoughts about this?
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I've brewed this beer. I'd leave it alone, it's a great beer.
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My first ever IPA. Its mostly from leftovers and I have no idea what I am doing. Par for the course!

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