I've now done 3 extract kits with specialty grains, and one partial mash kit. I think I am ready to do my first Partial Mash brew starting from a recipe, where I go to my LHBS and buy all the ingredients, rather than going from a kit.
This is where all of you come in. With the sheer amount of recipes on the internet, where I'm sure some are amazing and some are horrible, I am definitely not yet confident enough in my own judgment to pick one completely on my own.
I want to brew something lighter for springtime/summertime. Something where you are out working in the yard and want something refreshing and light, unlike the Brown Ale or IPA I have in bottles right now.
I have a 5 gallon brew kettle and plan on doing a partial mash in a nylon mesh bag for the grains. Does anyone have any good suggestions for a Blonde Ale or Amber Ale (or something else, Kolsh, etc.) that would fit my needs?