Originally Posted by ryno1ryno
I am tired of brewing amber ales as I have 7 more gallons bottled along with a 2 .5 gallon batch being drank.
I just brewed a San Francisco Common with Carapils and Hallertau.
This is what I have available:
26.5 lbs of Pilsen LME
1 lb of 120L Crystal
1 lb of Chocolate grain
14 ozs of CaraPils
4 ozs of Kent Goldings
0.75 ozs of Halleatue (spelling sorry)
And some dry yeast.
Any ideas for this? Again I am tired of sweet amber ales... I am willing to add to this if I am one hop or specialty grain off of creating a unique brew.
Dont think you are gonna find one.
Get some software like Beer Smith a good book about brewing like Designing Great Beers. Then do some reading and make up your own recipe and give it your name. I find that more fun then a kit or using some other persons recipies.
Check the different brews I have made in my signature below. Can't imagine drinking 7 gallons of the same beer. I make all small 1.75 gallon batches so I have a big choice as what to drink.
Yea I know, why 3 IPA's in a row? I'm trying to see the difference between Munich and Pilsner malts. Remember I'll get at the most 18 bottles from each brew.
Enjoy your hobby.
Kaiser Ridge Brewing
Bottled in the refer: Maui Wowie(RobustCoffeePorter)
Bottled in the refer: Malahine Ale (Am Pale)
Bottled in the refer: OldGlory (Am Stout)
Bottled in the refer: GermanImperialStout
Bottled in the refer: German IPA
Bottled in the refer: Düsseldorf Altbier