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Old 10-12-2012, 03:43 PM   #1
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Default 2-Row on Sale! Any good simple malt recipes?

Hello fellow brewers... Austin Homebrew supply has a tempting sale on 2-Row malt right now.

http://www.austinhomebrew.com/produc...products_id=83

Does anyone know any good recipes that use only 2-row? Or perhaps a tiny bit of something else? I'm interested in taking advantage of the sale by finding a cheap but tasty brew to create.


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Old 10-12-2012, 03:52 PM   #2
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Pretty much any recipe you want to put together can use 2-row. How about 11# of 2-row and half a pound of some crystal. Some Citrus hops and you have a nice pale ale. You could even add a little vienna or munich and a pinch of carapils.


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Look at the SMaSH recipes posted...
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Go for a barley wine, use 90-95% 2-row and 5-10% of a crystal malt
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Can't ever go wrong with a little 2-row sitting around.

But, my LHBS sells it for $1.09/lb crushed. That's why I never buy grain online.
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I have the same luxury as Jordan above, but you can always buy a bunch of 2-row and "home-kiln" it to make varying crystal malts. Or you can "toast" it as well to get a flavor like Victory.
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I get mine in full sack increments (typically part of group grain buys). Comes out to be even less per pound that way. Even with MO and UK 2 row/pale ale malts.
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I get mine in bulk for around 0.90$ per lb. Keep a tub full which i draw from every batch
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$.75/lb here
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Wow, I thought I was paying alot in Alaska but I pay $1 per lb normally.
I do ALOT of brews with only 2-row and they are yummy.


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