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Old 08-20-2012, 03:11 PM   #1
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This weekend I took inventory of all my supplies as I am running out of space in the freezer for hops and in my brew closet for grains.
I've got 12 lbs of MO, 7 of 2 row and small amounts of Special B, Aromatic and Biscuit.
The hops are too much to name but what I have most of is Cascade, Centennial and a good bit of Simcoe.
I'm not sure what to make but being an IPA fiend, most anything would work for me.
I'm only talking about 5 gallons. Got a few packets of US-05 as well.

Ideally, I'd like to use a good portion of the MO as my favorite recipes I use for keg rotation doesn't include much of it. I'd appreciate suggestions.


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Your malts are British and your hops are American. You can make a mean 'Americanized' ESB with that.


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Marris Otter is fine IPA base and cascade, centennial, simcoe would obviously work well in that.
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Mo works very good as a base for an IPA. I'd use a bunch in an IPA and save a pound or maybe two for a future English beer or something.

And you can add it to a 2-Row if you are a bit short on one or the other as they are similar in many ways.
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I know lots of folks use MO as their base grain but I've never done that and wasn't sure about the mash temperature. Guess I should stick to about 152 for IPA.

Thanks for the info.
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http://hopville.com/recipe/1614563 I'm brewing this today. It would only take care of a 2 pounds, but it's a start.
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I used Maris Otter for a base malt for an American IPA. Turned out great. It makes a good base malt for that or anything English.
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Old Ale or Barleywine should do it!
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Special Bitter with American hops. It's been done and can work very well if you tone down the hops a bit compared to your run of mill American Pale Ale.
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Special Bitter with American hops. It's been done and can work very well if you tone down the hops a bit compared to your run of mill American Pale Ale.
+1. I've done many batches of English styles with MO and used American and sometimes distinctly American hops. It always turns out good. Just like jfr suggested, bring your usage down a little.


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