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Old 09-04-2009, 12:31 PM   #1
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Last night I was enjoying a nice year old stout, when an idea hit me. (More than likely not a new idea) and I thought I would weigh in on the experts.

Would these scenarios have the same flavor profile, an benefit of doing it one way vs. another besides the additional work?

Three SMASHs with 3 different grains and 3 different hops combined at the end of fermentation.

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One large batch with the same 3 grains as above with the same 3 hops in one brew.

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Old 09-04-2009, 12:44 PM   #2
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Thats in interesting concept. I think it would really highlight the attributes of blending vs one big batch. Its hard to say how it would turn out.


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That is what I thought, Kind of deconstructing a recipe and rebuilding for a new dimension on a recipe. I suppose you could do it with a established recipe as long as it isnt too crazy with the grain bill

I think there would be benefits with both. I am curious if anyone has done this.

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This opens up the possibility of making several different blends by using different proportions of each brew. Might be a good way to discover new potential recipes.
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