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
Fermenting: OldGlory (Am Stout)
Fermenting: Pale Ale
Conditioning: NorthernBrownAle (GF)
Conditioning: German IPA
Bottled in the refer: KonaCoffeeDryStout
Bottled in the refer: German IPA
Bottled in the refer: Düsseldorf Altbier