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Old 10-22-2012, 06:41 AM   #1
Feb 2012
San Diego, CA
Posts: 59

I've got some extra stuff laying around and wanted to make a 2-gallon batch to rid of it.

I also thought it would be fun to play with a shorter boil since I'm not going for big hops (I mean, they make 20-minute kits, right? So 30 mins can't be crazy...)

That said, does this recipe (link to HopVille) seem insane?
Mt. Rainer hops at 25 and 5 mins?
Weird grain/extract bill?

Will it at least fall into the style of a mild?


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