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Old 07-29-2007, 03:35 PM   #31
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I used this as a template - but used carapils instead of the 10 crystal, and added a 1/2# of munich. We shall see! thanks Ed!

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Old 08-04-2007, 12:36 AM   #32
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Hey Ed!

Going to brew this tomorrow, but my LHBS does not stock Vienna malt. Only myself and one other guy have asked for it, so currently he will not bring it in. Can you recommend a substitute? I have the following malt on hand:

Munich Malt
German Pils
Marris Otter
Amber Malt
Light Crystal
Caramunich

I was thinking maybe a touch of of Munich, and fill it out with Marris Otter, but my recipe formulation skills are currently a little underdeveloped. Can you lend a hand?

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Old 08-04-2007, 03:07 AM   #33
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go with the Munich malt. That will be the closest. Make sure it is not a munich dark malt though.

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Old 08-08-2007, 04:09 AM   #34
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Can't wait to brew this as my first AG batch on Sunday! But a quick question: What BJCP category would you consider this to be in? I just downloaded/installed BeerSmith and I'm trying to figure out how to add it as a recipe. My best guess is 6A American Pale Ale. What say you?

EDIT: Another quick question: What kind of water profile would you suggest for this?

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Old 08-08-2007, 10:56 AM   #35
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Can't wait to brew this as my first AG batch on Sunday! But a quick question: What BJCP category would you consider this to be in? I just downloaded/installed BeerSmith and I'm trying to figure out how to add it as a recipe. My best guess is 6A American Pale Ale. What say you?

EDIT: Another quick question: What kind of water profile would you suggest for this?
I would not get into messing with your water profile just yet. If your water is good to drink it will be fine for the beer. If not, then get bottled water.

Changing your water profile is a whole other ball game.
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Well I've been brewing with straight RO water, which has basically nothing in it. I have read up on it and that works for extract brews, but I may miss the mash pH if there's not the correct amount of ions in the water. I know I've seen Yuri post that he uses RO water and adds brewing salts for a particular style, that's what I'd like to do as well. Just need to know what the target profile is for this beer so I can choose which salts to add.

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Old 08-08-2007, 01:12 PM   #37
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I call it an American Pale Ale for BJCP styles. You'll want to use some brewing salts if you use RO water.

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Brewed 10 gallons of this on monday, fermenting away!

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Ed Wort:
In honor of the great feedback on this, I want to start the AG thing with your recipe ..

Like they say, you never forget your first time. Thiswill be good, I know.

My question is - will the 10.5 lbs of grain work in the 5 gallon cooler I have ? I think it should work, but I want to be sure !

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Ed Wort:
In honor of the great feedback on this, I want to start the AG thing with your recipe ..

Like they say, you never forget your first time. This will be good, I know.

My question is - will the 10.5 lbs of grain work in the 5 gallon cooler I have ? I think it should work, but I want to be sure !

Safe brewing!
Yep. 10.5 gallons will take up 4.12 gallons of space in your cooler. You may have to do two batch runs to get 6.5 gallons of wort.

Here's a calculation page you should find helpful.

It's a gentle recipe, so your first time will be enjoyable and memorable.
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