Back at it after a couple of years. Recipe Review
Got bitten again by the home brew bug. Took a break for a few years and went into wine which was disappointing and other vices like pipes and cigars......
Now I'm back. Went to the local B&M to pick up supplies.
Here is my recipe:
5 gallon extract, with 2.5 gallon boil
6.00 lbs. Light Dry Malt Extract
1.00 British Crystal 60L
0.25 Belgian Biscuit
1 oz Northdown 7.2% AA 60 minutes
.5 oz UK Kent Goldings 5.8% AA 30 minutes
.5 oz UK Kent Goldings 15 minutes
1 tp Irish Moss 15 minutes
White Labs Burton Ale Yeast
1 oz UK Kent Goldings Dry Hopped Secondary two weeks
Does this look balanced? Should I increase crystal malt?
First time using Dingemans Biscuit Malt. Is this enough for a background flavor?
Should I do a 90 minute boil or stick with a 60?
On Deck: Jamil's Extra Special Bitter
Primary: Jamil's Special Bitter
Kegged and on tap: Jamil's English Southern Brown Ale, Jamil's Ordinary Bitter, Chocolate Stout, Jamil's Stout