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    Blonde Ale Smokin' Centennial Blonde Ale - BIAB

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- First and foremost, credit to Biermuncher for his gracious contribution of Centennial Blonde. A local brewery in town makes a nice Smoked Blonde Ale that I felt could be created using the...
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    Smokin' Centennial Blonde Ale

    I felt the level of smokiness was about right for me. The beer was golden and clear. In fact, I might experiment backing off the smoked malt from 2 lbs to 1 lbs - and adding the 1 lb back (.5 lbs more 2 Row, and .5 lbs more Vienna). When people drank it, many couldn't figure out the flavor...
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    Smokin' Centennial Blonde Ale

    Kegged and drank this one over Christmas 2017 and worked out very well. Recipe is for 5 Gallon BIAB (all grains double crushed): 5 LBS Pale Malt (2 Row) 2 LBS Breiss Smoked Malt 1 LBS Carapils .5 LBS Caramel/Crystal (10L) .5 LBS Vienna 75 Minute Mash @ 152 degrees (BIAB) 60 Minute Boil Hop...
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    Smokin' Centennial Blonde Ale

    Here's what I'm thinking for the recipe for 5 Gallon BIAB (all grains double crushed): 4 LBS Pale Malt (2 Row) 3 LBS Breiss Applewood Smoked Malt 1 LBS Carapils .5 LBS Caramel/Crystal (10L) .5 LBS Vienna 75 Minute Mash @ 152 degrees (BIAB) 60 Minute Boil Hop Additions .25 OZ Centennial @ 55...
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    Smokin' Centennial Blonde Ale

    Smoke. I was thinking more about substituting some of the “main grain” with a small percentage of commercially available smoked malt. I just don’t want to go overboard and BBQ the whole damn batch!
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    Smokin' Centennial Blonde Ale

    First and foremost, credit to Biermuncher for his gracious contribution of Centennial Blonde. A local brewery in town makes a nice Smoked Blonde Ale that I felt could be created using the Centennial Blonde recipe with the addition of a small percentage of smoked malt being substituted in the...
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