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Old 08-21-2013, 10:11 PM   #1
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I was gifted a ton of pilsner malt and hops recently. Could I get some recipe recommendations? I also have a pound of Crystal 40 on hand.

I have a buttload of these hops: Saaz, Centennial, Nugget, Cascade, Sterling, Glacier, Amarillo.

I have smaller amounts of these (1-3 oz ea.): Magnum, Cascade/Willamette mix, Fuggle, Kent Golding, Canadian Red Vine hops.

I'm pretty open to different styles, but I don't have the ability to do lagers/pilsners. I've got two IPA's going, so I'd like to brew something different.

Thanks in advance for any assistance!


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Old 08-21-2013, 10:40 PM   #2
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I was gifted a ton of pilsner malt and hops recently. Could I get some recipe recommendations? I also have a pound of Crystal 40 on hand.

I have a buttload of these hops: Saaz, Centennial, Nugget, Cascade, Sterling, Glacier, Amarillo.

I have smaller amounts of these (1-3 oz ea.): Magnum, Cascade/Willamette mix, Fuggle, Kent Golding, Canadian Red Vine hops.

I'm pretty open to different styles, but I don't have the ability to do lagers/pilsners. I've got two IPA's going, so I'd like to brew something different.

Thanks in advance for any assistance!


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Old 08-21-2013, 10:59 PM   #3
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What yeast do you have? How bout a big belgian? Maybe do a Belgian and age it on cherries and shoot for a winter/holiday brew ala mad elf from troeggs? (Ill be brewing my annual mad elf clone in a few weeks)
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Old 08-21-2013, 11:02 PM   #4
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Start looking at some Saison recipes. The Saaz and the pilsner malt will work great together
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DocScott- I will purchase the yeast to support the style I choose.
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Belgian Pale with the Glacier and/or Sterling, Get a pound of Dark Candi Syrup and you've got a simple Belgian Dark Ale, Obviously a Sierra Nevada Pale-ish with the Cascade, Czech IPA with tons of late hopping with Saaz (that's super tasty and different)


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