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Old 07-15-2012, 04:03 PM   #11
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Just finished the 2-step mash: 148F for 60 min, 155F for 30 min, teabag sparged for 10 min. I left the C45 in because I do want a malty background to backup the IBUs. However, I can already tell just by the smell of the Munton's Amber LME that it's going to be maltier than I actually would have liked. Oh well, lesson to self: stick to unobtrusive malt extracts and rely only on grains for malt character.

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