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Old 11-19-2008, 10:12 PM   #1
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Hey, does anybody know what this is like? I have heard that Papazian has a recipe in his companion, but I don't have that volume. My brother loves Asian food and this would knock his socks off. If someone has experience, or even better, a recipe, I'd like to hear it.
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Old 11-19-2008, 11:01 PM   #2
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Never made it, but here's Papazian's:

IBU 33
COLOR 5-9
OG 1.050-1.054
FG 1.004-1.008

5 lbs Malted wheat
1 lb American Victory malt
1 lb Munich malt

Mash at 153-155 for 60 min.

1 oz German Hallertauer (75)
1 oz Czech Saaz (75)
2 lbs Wildflower honey (75)
1 tbsp Ground cayenne pepper (30)
1 tbsp Freshy crushed coriander (30)
3 inches stick cinammon (30)
0.6 oz Lime or Curry leaves (30)
1 tbsp Ground fenugreek (30)
1.5 oz Grated ginger (30)
2 cups dry unsweetened coconut (30)
2 cups dry unsweetened coconut (15)
Irish moss (15)
1.5 oz Grated ginger (flameout)

Let steep for 2-3 minutes, strain hops/spices, transfer to primary partly filled with cold water.

Wheat beer yeast or Bavarian-style wheat beer yeast.

Damn, now that's a recipe.

 
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Old 11-20-2008, 12:32 AM   #3
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..........Huh.

I said earlier today I wanted to do a coconut beer. I was thinking of a blond ale when I said it. Maybe I will have to reconsider. Weeeeeird.

Coconut curry.

Hm.

*chews on invisible food*

Well... um.. I guess I could see it working!
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Old 11-20-2008, 02:11 AM   #4
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Cool. Has anyone tried this? I think a German Hefe yeast with banana/clove would fit the bill perfectly.

Now I have to get my brother up to help out without SWMBO knowing what we are doing. She would have me committed for this.
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Old 08-31-2015, 03:18 PM   #5
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Quote:
Originally Posted by BeaverBrewer View Post
Never made it, but here's Papazian's:

IBU 33
COLOR 5-9
OG 1.050-1.054
FG 1.004-1.008

5 lbs Malted wheat
1 lb American Victory malt
1 lb Munich malt

Mash at 153-155 for 60 min.

1 oz German Hallertauer (75)
1 oz Czech Saaz (75)
2 lbs Wildflower honey (75)
1 tbsp Ground cayenne pepper (30)
1 tbsp Freshy crushed coriander (30)
3 inches stick cinammon (30)
0.6 oz Lime or Curry leaves (30)
1 tbsp Ground fenugreek (30)
1.5 oz Grated ginger (30)
2 cups dry unsweetened coconut (30)
2 cups dry unsweetened coconut (15)
Irish moss (15)
1.5 oz Grated ginger (flameout)

Let steep for 2-3 minutes, strain hops/spices, transfer to primary partly filled with cold water.

Wheat beer yeast or Bavarian-style wheat beer yeast.

Damn, now that's a recipe.

What are the measurements indicated within the parenthesis? Grams?

Thanks.

 
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Old 08-31-2015, 04:17 PM   #6
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The value in the parenthesis is the addition timing for the boil.

Also, this thread is 7 years old....

 
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Old 09-01-2015, 04:07 AM   #7
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The value in the parenthesis is the addition timing for the boil.

Also, this thread is 7 years old....
Hey the recipe looked good!

 
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