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Posted in thread: Need Recipes for Blonde/Golden Ales on 09-12-2011 at 09:27 AM
I made this:98% pils malt +2% cane sugar for 1050/52 og; mash at 64°C for 1h, 72°C for 10',
mash out at 78°C;Styrian golding for 25-26 ibu at 60', citra 0,6 gramms/litre at
flameout.Trappist High grav...
Posted in thread: Please, critique my APA recipe! on 03-03-2011 at 01:57 PM
Thank's to all, I hope I have understood yours suggestions and I arrived at this recipe for my
american IPA:-i decrised grains to 1.1 pound-i increased ibu up to 60, so the ratio og/ibu now
is 1-i add...
Posted in thread: Please, critique my APA recipe! on 03-02-2011 at 05:17 PM
To me, all I taste when I dryhop with chinook is chinook. It can be quite aggressive and block
out some of the flavors you'll get from the late hop nelson sauvins (which is a beautiful
Posted in thread: Please, critique my APA recipe! on 03-02-2011 at 08:44 AM
It looks good to me, although with the higher gravity/bitterness plus dry hops you are probably
pushing it into the low-end of the American IPA category (if you care). Should be an
interesting mix of ...
Posted in thread: Please, critique my APA recipe! on 03-01-2011 at 03:24 PM
Hi, i'm going to brew an APA, i'have elaborated this extract recipe:Quantities for 6 gallons:OG
1,062; IBU: 55; EBC: 19;Malts: 7.2 pounds Dry Light Extract, 1,046 0.55 pounds Cara-Pils
Dextrine Malt, ...
Posted in thread: Suggestion for American wheat on 02-19-2011 at 10:05 AM
Thank's for the answers!Well, so I can stay with 4% of honey to have a lighter body and some
aroma, and also try orange peel.
Posted in thread: Suggestion for American wheat on 02-18-2011 at 02:32 PM
If you have to buy another yeast, look into Wyyeast 1010. It is the american wheat yeast. Its
super neutral and does a great job on wheat beers. Easy to harvest and re-use too.Thak's, i
have read some...
Posted in thread: Suggestion for American wheat on 02-18-2011 at 01:42 PM
Hops in pellets:0.35 oz Perle @ 60 min0.25 oz perle @ 30 min0.5 oz Cascade @ 5 minI got already
also tettanger hop, I'm thinking to use this instead of perle, naturally maintaining the same
Posted in thread: Suggestion for American wheat on 02-16-2011 at 08:37 AM
The og is 1041, i think ther's some errors in kilograms-pound conversion. I will arrive at
1045, so take this for good, and a fg around 1011-1010. I have already zest of bitter orange,
so i will use t...
Posted in thread: Suggestion for American wheat on 02-15-2011 at 02:00 PM
Hi, I need some suggestion to brew an american wheat beer. I'm looking for a refreshing, low
alcohol beer, I have elaborated this recipe inspirin from the Sierra Nevada Wheat clone:Final
gallons: 4 (5...