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Old 05-02-2006, 08:36 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any of these recipes they can post? I still can only do a mini-mash.


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Old 05-04-2006, 11:01 AM   #2
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hop rod extract partial mash
on tap now and it is good! looks light with the LME next time I'll use standrad DME. prepare for massive fermentation and secondary for will take more than usual.

Extract - Golden Light Liquid Extract 6.00 lbs Start Of Boil
US Flaked Rye 1.25 lbs
US Munich 10L Malt 1.00 lbs
US White Wheat Malt 0.50 lbs
US Carapils Malt 0.50 l bs
US Black Malt 0.13 lbs
US Rye Malt 2.50 lbs
2-row 2.00 lbs

60 US Columbus(Tomahawk) 15.5 2.0 oz Pelletized Hops
30 US Centennial 8.5 0.5 oz Pelletized Hops
0 US Columbus(Tomahawk) 15.5 2.0 oz Pelletized Hops
dry US Amarillo 5.0 1.0 oz Pelletized Hops
dry US Centennial 8.5 1.0 oz Pelletized Hops

15 irish moss
Wyeast 1272-American Ale II

Pre-Boil Wort Volume: 4.25 US gals Post-Boil Wort Volume: 4.00 US gals
Pre-Ferment Batch Volume: 5.50 US gals
Expected Pre-Boil Gravity: 1.046 SG Expected OG: 1.076 SG
Expected FG: 1.020 SG
Expected ABV: 7.5 % Expected ABW: 5.9 %
Expected IBU: 76.7 Expected Color: 12.8 SRM
Mash Efficiency: 70.0 % Approx Color:
Boil Duration: 60.0 mins
Fermentation Temperature: 70 degF


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Old 05-04-2006, 02:06 PM   #3
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Thanks for the recipe.

I've been searching everywhere for the New World Porter clone recipe but so far I'm having no luck...
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Old 05-04-2006, 04:40 PM   #4
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Apparently there should be an Avery NWP recipe in BYO Sept. '05. Does anyone have this and if so can they post it?

I would also need help converting it to a mini mash style recipe. Is there something documented out there on how to do this? That would be a big help as well.
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I have it....give me a minute....

EDIT: Here ya go!

EDIT 2: AVERY NEW WORLD PORTER clone recipe BYO Sept. 2005

(5 gallon extract w/grains)
OG 1.067 FG 1.017
IBU 44 SRM 63 ABV 6.5%

Ingredients:

2 lbs. Briess light DME
4.88 lbs. briess Light LME
1.33 lbs Munich malt (10 °L)
1 lb., 2.66 oz. Crystal 120L
9.33 oz Carapils
9.33 oz. Chocolate malt
7.0 oz. Black patent malt

4.24 AAU Columbus hops (60 mins) (0.33 oz./9.2 g of 13% alpha acids)
3.24 AAU Columbus hops (30 mins) (0.25 oz./7.1 g of 13% alpha acids)
12.5 AAU Columbus hops (0 mins) (0.96 oz./27 g of 13% alpha acids)
8.2 AAU Fuggles hops (0 mins) (1.64 oz./46 g of 5% alpha acids)
1.2 oz. Fuggles hops (Dry hop)

Wyeast 1028

The only thing it says in the instructions is to add the LME in the last 15 minutes. Everything else is standard.

It does not have a partial mash option printed, btu an AG option is printed.
Instead of the extracts, use 9 lbs., 7.5 oz of pale 2-row, add an additional pound of Munich for a total of 2.33lbs. Mash at 156°.
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I must say, I'm very dissapointed in all of you.....especially you Dude.

Just kidding! But I would appreciate that recipe from BYO and help coverting it to a mini-mash!

(in case you didn't notice, this was my feeble attempt at a bump)
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I must say, I'm very dissapointed in all of you.....especially you Dude.

Just kidding! But I would appreciate that recipe from BYO and help coverting it to a mini-mash!

(in case you didn't notice, this was my feeble attempt at a bump)
I have no conversion to partial mash experience, it would be a total crapshoot.

BTW, that recipe I posted above is Avery New World Porter from BYO. You do the rest.
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Funny that recipe calls for DME and LME...and added at different times no less...I wonder what subtle extract qualities they hope to achieve that way

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Funny that recipe calls for DME and LME...and added at different times no less...I wonder what subtle extract qualities they hope to achieve that way

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I was more interested in why you need precisely 2.66 oz. of something. Round it up to 3 and put it in. Cripes.
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LOL...I didn't even notice that...that there is one precise recipe!

Of course, I always weigh my grain to the 100th of a gram, personally. The beer will turn out undrinkable if you don't.

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