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Old 06-22-2010, 04:54 PM   #21
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LOL....I noticed that too. Admittedly, measuring 1/14 lb would have been a new one for me.
I am very methodical, but that would be just crazy.


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Old 08-13-2010, 03:46 PM   #22
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Sadly, I just floated this keg Monday. I am going to brew this again. One of my favorite beers. However, I have gone AG. Not sure how to translate the Extra Pale Extract to grain. Any suggestions?

9 1/4 lb extra pale extract
1 1/2 lb clear candi sugar
1 can lyle's golden syrup

3 oz aromatic malt
1/2 lb munich malt
5 oz biscuit malt

1 1/2 oz styrian golding 60 min

1/2 oz styrian golding 15 min
1/4 oz saaz 15 min

1/4 oz saaz 5 min
2g paradise seeds 5 min


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Old 08-14-2010, 03:55 AM   #23
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I would suggest using Mariss Otter or something like that in place of the pale malt.
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Old 08-14-2010, 12:15 PM   #24
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Maris Otter would be completely wrong for the style. Belgian Pilsener malt is required.
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Old 08-14-2010, 04:12 PM   #25
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Maris Otter would be completely wrong for the style. Belgian Pilsener malt is required.
This.
And also this again.

When I brewed a clone attempt, I used this:

10lb pils mashed at 150
2lb beet sugar
14IBU Styrian @60
6IBU Saaz @30
3IBU Saaz @15
4gm qrains of paradise, 8gm indian coriander, 8gm candied ginger @5
Wy#1388 and SA-05 pitched together


I won't say it was DT, but it was close. It attenuated down to 1.005, giving me 9.5% ABV which was a little high. The color was spot on. Aroma was good- mine had a bit more spiciness and a bit less ginger. I might swap the ginger to fresh grated if I brew it again. Flavor was very close- mine had a hint of alcohol flavor as you'd expect.
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Old 01-21-2011, 02:01 AM   #29
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Recipe I just made:
11.75 Belgian Pilsner 2 row
7 oz German Munich
5 oz Belgian Biscuit
3 oz Belgian Aromatic

1.5 lbs Belgian Clear Candy Sugar
1 lb Invert Sugar
1.75 oz styrian goldings
.5 oz czech saaz
grains of paradise


Mash 2 row and specialty grains at 149 for 90 mins Add 1.5 oz stytian goldings (5.6 HBU) for 90 mins of boil. Add sugar, invert sugar,.25 oz styrian,.25 czech saaz, and 1 tsp irish moss

11 minutes left of 90 minute boil, add .25 oz czech saaz and 1/4 tsp grains of paradise. Pitch WLP500 Trapist ale White lab (using starter, doubled for high gravity)

Came out ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! 1.082 OG, FG 1.014
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