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Posted in thread: Formulating a Brooklyn Lager clone recipe? on 10-15-2009 at 04:40 PM
Oh yeah... I forgot to tell you all...It was great. I brought a keg of it to a party, and it
was enjoyed by all who attended, no matter what their "beer skill level". It is the first brew
I brought to...
Posted in thread: Daily Drunkard Stout on 07-07-2009 at 04:11 AM
14 Lbs Pale Malt1.5 Lbs Roasted Barley1 Lb Black Patent MaltMash with 20L of water at 150F for
60 minutesHops:-60 minutes 3.5 Oz Kent Golding at 6.2%AAThat's all!1 tsp of Gypsum in the
boilThis beer w...
Posted in thread: Austin Lager on 07-07-2009 at 04:00 AM
This recipe was intended as a straight Brooklyn Lager clone, but then I decided to add some
Amarillo at the end to give it that Austin Style. The style has been described as an
"Americanized Vienna La...
Posted in thread: Czech Pilsner on 07-06-2009 at 04:07 AM
1 Lb Cara Pils7 Lbs Bohemian PilsTripple decoction mash.Start at room temperature.Heat mash to
95F by adding 8 Quarts boiling water.For each of the 3 decoctions, pull about 1/3 of the barley
from the ...
Posted in thread: Kölsch on 07-06-2009 at 03:59 AM
6.5 Pounds Pilsner Malt1.5 pounds Red wheatMash 1.5L water per Lb malt at 150F for 60 mins1 oz
hallertau 60 min 4.75 AA0.5 oz hersbrucker 15 min 4.5 AA0.5 oz hersbrucker 5 min 4.5 AAAfter
Posted in thread: Simple-Simon Amarillo Pale on 07-06-2009 at 03:45 AM
This recipe won second place a few years back for the Austin Zealots Inquisition for the
"Simple Simon" category of one yeast, one hop and one malt.10 pounds Pale Ale malt10 L initial
mash water at 15...
Posted in thread: Man, I love Apfelwein on 07-05-2009 at 04:50 AM
Be sure to make about 20 gallons. You'll thank me later. For the hangover, anyway. :pAll right.
I'll get started on more ASAP! My closet smells a bit like some grape hooch I used to make in
Posted in thread: Formulating a Brooklyn Lager clone recipe? on 07-05-2009 at 04:46 AM
I got the recipe all put together, fermentation started instantly, and I've got the aroma of
dry Amarillo & Cascade in the refrigerator! I think I've got a winner coming!
Posted in thread: Formulating a Brooklyn Lager clone recipe? on 07-02-2009 at 03:22 PM
FB NQ3X DE K5TWJI may throw out the crystal alltogether and go for 5% CaraMunich for my first
batch. From my perspective, there is no need for the amber color except for aesthetics.73
Posted in thread: Formulating a Brooklyn Lager clone recipe? on 07-02-2009 at 02:29 PM
What do you think about my 10% Crystal 90L? I thought that was way too much of a too-dark
crystal, but I couldn't figure out another way to darken it to a SRM of 12.