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Old 04-19-2007, 04:05 AM   #1
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Default Another quick question.

Ok i am trying to order my stuff for my first All grain. I was going to do this kit. http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...oducts_id=1956
But i am worried about it having a rest or step. I want to do my first one with a simple single infusion. It seems that wheat beers have more complex mashing steps. If nothing else i would love to hear suggestions on an easy good beer from Austin homebrew that is good only beer I dont like is a German wheat anything else is good for me.. I need to get this ordered tonight so I can do this on Sunday.


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Try an IPA. The base malts tend to be simple and well modified. A single infusion will do just fine for that. Be sure to follow the hops schedule diligently, and don't forget to dry hop!




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Try an IPA. The base malts tend to be simple and well modified. A single infusion will do just fine for that. Be sure to follow the hops schedule diligently, and don't forget to dry hop!




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Any particular kit or recipe you would suggest? Nah im done with that thread,(I hope).
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Sorry, I've only brewed one kit (Munton's hopped extract wheat kit - my first brew ever). So, I don't know much about which kit to choose.
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Don't get bogged down by kits, IMHO. Click on my recipe database below my avatar, then click on the Hop Beatdown Double IPA. That recipe will flog you. It's partial mash, but if you omit the extract and up the 2-row to 13.5 lbs, it should be the same.
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