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Old 09-06-2012, 11:57 AM   #71
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Has anyone brewed this recipe with Maris Otter instead of Vienna Malt. I brewed this recipe with Vienna and everyone loved it.
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Old 09-30-2012, 06:50 PM   #72
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Okay, so I got the ingredients for this and am looking forward to starting it. One weird question- I was just part of a buddy's wedding and wanted to have some of this aged for his one year anniversary. She's as irish as they come and he is Filipino. Was thinking of splitting the batch and racking to secondary onto of some pureed mangos to kinda have Irish/Filipino beer. Figured the maltiness and sweetness of mango would work well together; what do y'all think? Should I add more hops to counteract and leave some bitterness after aging?
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Old 02-19-2014, 10:47 PM   #73
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Doing this tomorrow as a BIAB run (never BIAB'ed this one). Will let ya know the results.
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grain mills at NB are inop right now.... gonna have to put this off a few days
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With St Patricks Day just around the corner I'm getting this going tomorrow. Looking forward to it, and will post images when I get to that point!
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Has anyone brewed this recipe with Maris Otter instead of Vienna Malt. I brewed this recipe with Vienna and everyone loved it.
I've used Maris Otter quite a bit - IMHO, it would be great.

I was just at The Local Home Brew Depot. I wanted to get a whole bag of Maris Otter, but they don't inventory it that way, ...or didn't have that much.

I was thinking of doing a red also. I was surprised to have seen this thread surface in "My Replies" today.

One of the first all-grains I did was a red.
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First runnings.... The gravity sample tasted delicious. For simplicity I opted for a 60 minute hop edition followed by a flameout edition. IBUs were well within style. I'm hoping foregoing the 40 min approach doesn't impact the end product too much.

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