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Old 09-06-2012, 09:28 PM   #1
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Default New recipe kits- Benefitting Wounded Warrior Foundation

Angel Flight is the official call sign given to any aircraft (usually USAF C-130s) that fly our fallen heroes that sacrificed their lives for our country. They are given top priority in US airspace and are intended to make sure our heros arrive back home with honor and dignity. I have always thought of angel flight for some reason when I see Falconers Flight hops so I have decided to make a whole series of kits that use mostly Falconers Flight and Falconers Flight 7c's hops. $2 from each kit sold will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Foundation to help our heroes that do come home that come home injured.


Angel Flight Wheat is an unfiltered stye wheat that uses simcoe and magnum hops to bitter and then Falconers Flight 7c's as a late addition aroma hop. Approximately 17 IBUs and 4.75% ABV


Angel Flight Blonde is a session type blonde with Falconers Flight as the bittering hop and the Falconers Flight 7c's as the aroma hop. Approximately 27IBUs and 4.5% ABV


Angel Flight Pale Ale is going to win over you fans of the American Pale Ale using American 2-Row and Crystal Malts it is very well balanced. Falconers Flight for bittering and Falconers Flight 7c's as the aroma hop. Approximately 45 IBU and 5.75% ABV


Angel Flight IPA is gonna knock your socks off at 7% ABv and 73 IBUs. Magnum, Cascade, Falconers Flight and Falconers Flight 7c's round out the hops profile for this grand slam.



Extract version is made with DME and steeping grains. Steeping grains are packed in a muslin grain bag perfect for steeping. 5.5 gallon recipe.
All grain recipe is based on a 5.5 gallon recipe at 70% efficiency.
All recipes use Safeale 05 or Wyeast 1056.
All recipes come with detailed instructions which may or may not need adjusting to you own brewing style.
Try these new recipes and support those that keep us free!!


http://www.apexbrewwares.com/Recipe-...r-Project.html

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Old 10-11-2012, 03:51 AM   #2
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Never saw this before, good to see some help for WW

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Old 10-16-2012, 06:09 AM   #3
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Very cool deal. The IPA sounds like a good one to order.
Is this going to be available for a while? I've got one batch in the fermenter, two more batches ready to go over the next two weekends and I don't want to order and have milled grain sitting for a month getting less fresh.

I almost ordered..... If it had a don't ship till this date option I would have pulled the trigger. Great cause.

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Old 10-16-2012, 03:39 PM   #4
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45_70 they will not be a limited time thing. When you are ready to brew one, I will send you a kit, and send the WW Foundation a check!
Jeremy

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As a Marine; this is very cool. I am new to brewing however; I will order a kit and tell all my buddies that homebrew.

Thank you;

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I brewed the Angel Flight IPA, bottled it 2 weeks ago, chilled and drank one last night. That beer is awesome!!!

Good amount of hops and maltyness. Great head retention and hop aroma.

Very good beer!

Thank you for putting this kit together.


Oh, and Semper Fi!!

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Good to hear Marmike600. I chose those recipes carefully and brewed them a bunch before I made them kits to make sure they were fitting beers. Great beers, great cause. Win win for everyone.

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