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Old 06-20-2012, 08:31 PM   #1
emo1981
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Nov 2010
Austin, TX
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Partial Mash Brew

Grain:
Pale LME 6 lbs
Am 2-Row 2 lbs
CaraPils 8 oz
Crystal 60 8 oz
Barley Flake 4 oz
Vienna Malt 4 oz

Hops:
60 Min Simcoe 1 oz
30 Min Simcoe 1 oz
15 Min Amarillo 1 oz
5 Min Centennial 1 oz

Dry Hopping
Amarillo 1 oz
Simcoe 1 oz
Peaches (2-3 lbs pureed)

Please let me know what I could do to improve the recipe. It is really my third attempt at a recipe and first at an IPA. Also, would working with Burton-type water really be of value since it's a partial mash? I'm very open to feedback. Thank you

 
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Old 07-24-2012, 03:19 PM   #2
bobbrews
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Jan 2011
Sierra, Nevada
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Fermentables:
Pale LME 6-7 lbs
Am 2-Row 2 lbs
Vienna Malt 1 lb
Crystal 60 6 oz

Hops:
60 Min Simcoe 0.5 oz
30 Min Simcoe 0.5 oz
15 Min Centennial 2 oz
0 Min Centennial 2 oz
0 Min Amarillo 2 oz

Primary:
3 weeks

Secondary:
2 weeks
No dryhops
Peaches (3 lbs pureed)

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Originally Posted by emo1981 View Post
Also, would working with Burton-type water really be of value since it's a partial mash?
No. That has nothing to do with it.

 
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