Won't be brewing for a while, but I've still got some ingredients left over, which I want to use up.
At the moment, I have a Samuel Adams clone in primary using Wyeast 2206 Bavarian Lager yeast, which I'll pitch into the cake of.
I have two 3lb cans of Light LME and about 2oz each of 6.8% Cascade Hops and 7.9% Northdown hops.
The hops seem more suited for ales than lagers, but I'm willing to experiment. Anyone got any suggestions?
Boil the two cans of LME
60 mins 3/4 oz Northdown
10 mins .25 oz Cascade
Leaving me with a IBU of 23, about right for a Bavarian Lager, and hopefully still a nice hint of cascade hop aroma, which I think would suit a light lager pretty nicely.
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