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Old 06-03-2011, 10:49 PM   #21
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Please advise on this partial mash recipe! I'm struggling to get the color to come out similarly to the all-grain recipe. Not a big deal, as long as I can get the taste to come out similar too.

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2-row Pale Malt:  	2 lb      21.6%
Pale LME:          	2.5 lb    27.0%
White Wheat Malt: 	1.5 lb    16.2%
Wheat LME:          	1.75 lb   18.9%
Honey:			1.5 lb    16.2%
Cascade (60 min):	1.25 oz
Dried Chamomile:	2 oz
S-04	Yeast
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Old 07-08-2011, 07:49 PM   #22
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This is one of my all time favorite recipes. I've brewed it up a couple of times over the past year. The only changes I've made to the recipe is I've added some Honey Malt into the grain and I've switched over to Saaz hops using about 1.75 oz.

I actually have this beer recipe up as the kit of the month at my brew store, its been a huge hit.

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Old 07-08-2011, 08:20 PM   #23
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This is one of my all time favorite recipes. I've brewed it up a couple of times over the past year. The only changes I've made to the recipe is I've added some Honey Malt into the grain and I've switched over to Saaz hops using about 1.75 oz.

I actually have this beer recipe up as the kit of the month at my brew store, its been a huge hit.
Cool! Are you brewing all grain or extract?
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Old 07-09-2011, 05:56 AM   #24
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Intrigued and subscribed. The wheats have been in demand this summer. In a big way

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Old 07-09-2011, 03:37 PM   #25
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The first batch I did was all-grain, lately I've only had time to brew at my store and I am kind of limited to partial or extract brews while I'm there. The kit I set up at the store is an extract recipe, but its been flying off the shelves.

The extract kit I put together is...

Specialty grains:
.5 lb honey malt
1 lb wheat malt

Fermentables:
6.6 lbs Wheat LME
1 lb. Wildflower Blossom Honey

Extras:
2 oz dried chamomile flowers

Yeast: WLP320 American Hefe.

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Old 12-23-2011, 05:52 AM   #26
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I'm excited to give this a try!

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Just had one of these from the original batch. Still very good. Aged well!

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Just brewed this up today. The sample tasted great!

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Just finished brewing this up (AG). I scaled everything down to a 1-gallon recipe (as that's what I brew right now) and pretty much nailed everything, but my SG was 1.051. Any reasons why this would be? I didn't use any top off water, I was pretty close to my mash temp., etc. I'm not sure what could've happened with this.

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Just finished brewing this up (AG). I scaled everything down to a 1-gallon recipe (as that's what I brew right now) and pretty much nailed everything, but my SG was 1.051. Any reasons why this would be? I didn't use any top off water, I was pretty close to my mash temp., etc. I'm not sure what could've happened with this.
That gravity will work fine. You will have a ~5.1% beer, which is fine for a wheat.
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