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Old 06-30-2008, 10:06 PM   #1
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Default Trying an Abbey Ale some advice please

Just ordered the following below. Want to make a Abbey Double or Tripple. I am a novice at this with a couple of pale ales and stouts under my belt. Does anyone have any advice or comments?
Also, it is the summer and I am concerned about the heat. The house ranges from 70 to 85 during the day. Should I be concerned?

I did not include honey but thinking about it, any comments?

Thanks,
Gene

product ordered:
Product: Special B Malt - 1 lb.

Product: Aromatic Malt - 1 lb.

Product: Munich Light Malt - 1 lb.

Product: Saaz Hop Pellets - 1 Ounce

Product: English Dried Malt Extract - Light 6 lbs

Product: Belgian Candy Sugar - Light Belgian Candy Sugar 1lb.

Product: Irish Moss - 1 Ounce

Product: Hallertau Hop Pellets - 1 Ounce

Product: WLP500 Trappist Ale Yeast - Trappist Ale Yeast

Product: Northern Brewer Hop Pellets - 1 Ounce Limited Availability


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Old 06-30-2008, 11:27 PM   #2
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This looks eerily similar to the Dubbel I brewed this weekend. I used amber and Munich LME rather than the DME you plan to use and I used Lyle's Golden Syrup but the other ingredients are the same (I went a little lighter on the hops). I also felt that 6 oz of the aromatic was enough but I'm a n00b too so I'll leave it to others to pass along their recommendations. Good luck!

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You could sider setting up something for temp control, like this...



It's a rubbermade bin, I have an aquarium thermometer stuck on the side of it in the water and I use frozen 2 liter and smaller bottles of water to chill the water in the bin. Adding a fan blowing on the t-shirts will help lower the ferm temps even further...I can get my fermenters down into the low 60's in my loft this way.
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Old 06-30-2008, 11:57 PM   #4
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That seems like a great idea. Thanks for it. Now I need to steal a rubbermaid from the wife. Wish me luck
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