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Old 05-22-2010, 03:34 PM   #1
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Devon White Ale and 2 hopped variants.

Yield - 1 gallon
4 lbs. Pilsener Malt
3 oz wheat flour
.2 oz kosher salt
1 egg white
3 tsp ground coriander
.25 tsp ground ginger
.12 tsp caraway seed
flieschmann's bread yeast

for the 2 variants (Devon Hopped Ale and Devon IPA) I added 1/4 oz Northern Brewer hops for bitterness on both and 1/2 oz UK Challenger hops on the IPA.










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If anybody is interested in the details, let me know. Hope you enjoy the photos!
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Why the open fermentation? Or is that part of the "historical" brewing?

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I let it sit overnight open and then put airlocks on them this morning. The foam would have just blown them off if I put them on overnight anyway. But some of the stuff I read about Devon White Ale said to let it sit 12 hours in an open container before you pitch yeast. I pitched and then let it sit overnight

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Ok, just curious if you were doing an open ferment or not. Pretty interesting!

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Thanks for sharing man!
Keep us posted.

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Good stuff! I've been wanting to try historic brews since I got Radical Brewing... actually just finished the segment on Devon White. Be sure to let us know how it turns out. I'm curious how the bread yeast will affect it.

Also, don't be afraid to brew some more historical brews for our further education

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Good stuff! I've been wanting to try historic brews since I got Radical Brewing... actually just finished the segment on Devon White. Be sure to let us know how it turns out. I'm curious how the bread yeast will affect it.

Also, don't be afraid to brew some more historical brews for our further education

Yep, that's where I got the idea! I looked around online and couldn't find that anybody had actually brewed it, so hey why not right?

pg. 281 - Stone beer. I think it's worth a try.
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What you think about adding cinnamon spice?

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