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Old 08-26-2009, 11:56 AM   #1
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Default Irish Red; What do you think.

My first brew, my first Irish and my last Irish was the one and only extract w/grains kit I ever did.

Now, I want so more, so here is my work up for an Irish Red.

Comments please.

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Belgian Vienna Malt 4lb 7oz
Belgian Munich Malt 4lb 7oz
German CaraRed 2lb 3oz
US Caramel 40L Malt 8.00 oz
US Roasted Barley 2.00 oz

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Looking at a mash of 154 for 60, and Notty for the yeast

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Looks like a good red. I prefer a tiny bit of chocolate malt over roasted barley, but that's just a personal thing. I think it adds a little more complexity to my reds.


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For me personally that's a bit too much CaraRed, which is a caramel malt after all. But I like the use of Munich and Vienna, and using the nottingham should help dry it about more, which might balance the excess in caramels.
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I would use Northern Brewer rather than Fuggles.
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For me personally that's a bit too much CaraRed, which is a caramel malt after all. But I like the use of Munich and Vienna, and using the nottingham should help dry it about more, which might balance the excess in caramels.
Never thought of that....thanks

What if i drop the Carared to 1 pound
and then up either the Munich or Vienna by a pound?

Do you think 2oz of roasted barley might be too much?

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I think that should work fine. Let us know.


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