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Old 11-29-2008, 06:40 PM   #1
treesmcgee
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Oct 2008
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Hello there all you fellow brewers! I've got here my ready to go readiness of readying ready to brew up some nice Christmas ale. The recipe is based off of The Pols "Holiday spiced ale" recipe. I upped the 2-row malt to get a higher gravity as I want this ale to kick you in the ass. I also choose to put less spices in the brew. Here's the recipe:

Grain
12 lbs 2-row pale malt
.5 lb 120L Crystal
.5 lb Caramunich
.25 lb Honey Malt
.25 lb Special B
.10 lb Black Roasted Barley

2 oz Cascades (I've yet to decide on the hop schedule, probably a base 60 - 15 minute)
.5 or 1 oz of Willamette 2 minutes

1/2 tsp Cinnamon
1/2 tsp all spice
1/2 tsp ginger

I'll be putting up some pictures once I get the mash going and have some spare time.

Heres the Grain bill:


Hops:


My brand new better bottle ready to be filled:


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Old 11-29-2008, 07:19 PM   #2
treesmcgee
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Oct 2008
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Dough in!

LOL!

We'll we've doughed in an its mashing away, goin for a 80 minute mash to attempt a jump in efficiency.

Now time to wait, and of course time to crack a homebrew!
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Primary 1: Air
Primary 2: American IPA
Primary 3: Air
Primary 4: Air
Bottled: I rarely bottle.
Kegged: IPA, Dry Stout, Red Rye PA
Drinking: IPA, Every beer in the Bell's repertoire. Every Michigan-made beer. It isn't the Great Beer State for nothing.
"Roll out the barrel, we'll have a barrel of fun, we'll drink on the barrel, until the barrels' done, and when the barrels' done, we'll roll another one, and we'll drink, drink, drink, until the night is done" - Keg Season Song

 
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Old 11-29-2008, 10:48 PM   #3
treesmcgee
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Oct 2008
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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45 minutes til the end of boil and we've made out first hops addition at 60 minutes, more pictures to follow of the mash and other things.
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Primary 2: American IPA
Primary 3: Air
Primary 4: Air
Bottled: I rarely bottle.
Kegged: IPA, Dry Stout, Red Rye PA
Drinking: IPA, Every beer in the Bell's repertoire. Every Michigan-made beer. It isn't the Great Beer State for nothing.
"Roll out the barrel, we'll have a barrel of fun, we'll drink on the barrel, until the barrels' done, and when the barrels' done, we'll roll another one, and we'll drink, drink, drink, until the night is done" - Keg Season Song

 
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