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Old 09-22-2009, 03:02 PM   #1
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here is my recipe for my first attempt at an imperial amber that i brewed over the weekend.....

mini-mash (60 minutes in 1.5 gallons of 170 degree water)

2.5 lbs briess organic munich 10
4 oz caramunich
1 oz pale chocolate malt


pre boil volume was 7.5 gallons



malt additions

6.6 lbs briess light pilsen liquid extract @ 75 minutes
3.3 lbs briess light pilsen liquid extract @ 20 minutes
1 lb briess golden light DME @ 20 minutes



hop additions

2 oz nugget @ 60
1 oz simcoe @ 60

.5 oz columbus @ 20
.5 oz palisades @ 20

.5 oz columbus @5
.5 oz palisades @ 5

2 oz nugget @ flameout
1 oz simcoe @ flameout


yeast (did not have time to make a starter)

2 vials wlp001 (california ale) pitched at 72 degrees


fermenting at 69-70 degrees

final finished volume was about 5.5 gallons

 
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Old 10-01-2009, 01:29 PM   #2
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racked to secondary on top of 2.7 oz of nugget whole hops on saturday. bottling this on sunday after being on the dry hop for 8 days.

 
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