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Old 10-25-2008, 05:23 PM   #1
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Default Help with recipes

Like I told before, i´m very new in this homebrew thing, but that is the small problem i have.
I live in Brazil, and here is very hard to find ingredients and other homebrewers to help. So I order this list.

Pilsner malt
Pale ale malt
Carafa Chocolate malt
Munich Caramunich Malt
Cristal Carared malt
some Willamette and Galena hops
Nottingham and s4 yeast

Now I come for some help, need a recipe like a porter or stout with this ingr.
( I look at the recipe gallery but could find)
tks all

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Old 10-25-2008, 06:08 PM   #2
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If you want to brew a stout or a porter, you're going to need roasted barley and/or black (patent) malt. Try brewing an English brown ale with the pale malt, chocolate, and carared. Use the S-04 yeast and a single bittering hops addition.

In the future, I suggest formulating a recipe before you order your ingredients.
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Originally Posted by Yuri_Rage View Post

In the future, I suggest formulating a recipe before you order your ingredients.
We have a great section of recipes. There are some great beers there. Check there...then tweak at will.
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