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Old 02-05-2013, 04:21 PM   #11
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Ok, thanks for all of the ideas and suggestions! When it comes to making a recipe for a 5 gallon batch, (if I were to do all grain) how do I come up with how much of each grain I need to use? If I wanted to use 6-row, corn, and then some type of SG (any suggestions) how do I decide how much of each grain I need?

Also any suggestions on bittering hops as well as aroma hops would be appreciated! (I'm not fond of a super bitter beer)

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You have several options:

1.) Browse the recipe database here and select a recipe that uses corn: A Miller Lite clone

2.) Use beer recipe calculator software like BeerSmith, Brewers Friend etc... and make a recipe yourself

3.) Perform all the Diastatic power and gravity/plato calculations yourself for each type of grain you select.

 
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Old 02-05-2013, 04:24 PM   #12
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You have several options:
2.) Use beer recipe calculator software like BeerSmith, Brewers Friend etc... and make a recipe yourself
fyi hopville.com is a free alternative. not as good as BeerSmith, but it works.
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Old 02-05-2013, 05:04 PM   #13
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Ok, thanks for all of the ideas and suggestions! When it comes to making a recipe for a 5 gallon batch, (if I were to do all grain) how do I come up with how much of each grain I need to use? If I wanted to use 6-row, corn, and then some type of SG (any suggestions) how do I decide how much of each grain I need?

Also any suggestions on bittering hops as well as aroma hops would be appreciated! (I'm not fond of a super bitter beer)

Thanks!
This is what I would do. Look up Cream of Three Crops on this forum. It's a cream ale using corn and rice. Then I would sub all the rice with your corn, in addition to the corn already called for.

You would want to find some conversion between dry and raw weight equivalents. That should be published somewhere on the internet.

I brewed a cream ale with cluster at 60, northern brewer at 30, equal amounts to 15 ibu ( min for style), and it came out great, but I should have gone to 18-ish. I also subbed in some biscuit and honey malts.

 
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