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Type: All Grain
IBU : 25 (Tinseth)
Color : 64 EBC
Carbonation : 2 CO2-vol
Pre-Boil Gravity : 1.036
Original Gravity : 1.045
Final Gravity : 1.012
Grainfather Batch Size : 23 L
Boil Time : 60 min
Brewhouse Efficiency: 72%
Mash Efficiency : 75.1%
Fermentables (4.47 kg)
2.42 kg - Pale Ale - DE...
I am still new to brewing but as an avid cook I cannot stop myself from jumping off the deep end and crafting recipes right from the start. I do have a couple questions sprinkled throughout.
I was inspired by this recipe...
So right when I was ready to give up on stouts. I tried Guinness dry stout, a peanut butter milk stout (too overwhelming in my opinion) I didn’t want to be spending money on beers I’m forcing myself to like (because I want to like at least one beer per style). I found Garage brewery Marshmallow...
Want to make a sweetened rye (and possibly oats) sweet stout-ish inspired by mämmi.
I'm thinking the molasses (how much?) will ferment out and will taste weird unless sweetened back with lactose at 5%? Rye something like 15%? Some oats for mouth feel... Maybe a tiny bit of wheat in there. And...
Going to brew a 6 gal blonde ale with strawberries (they are in season locally) added at the end of primary fermentation. We are using roughly 1.5lbs per gallon frozen, smashed, and pasteurized.
I have brewed the recipe before with good results, but I would like to see some of the tartness...
Hey y'all. This isn't exactly a clone, since I haven't had the beer in question. If you're unfamiliar, here are some examples of what it looks like:
Hey there malt lovers, I brewed a 15 gallon batch of oatmeal stout last weekend. I used 8 lbs. of flaked oats and half were toasted lightly in my oven. I also added 2 jars of molasses, ~1Kg, 2 lbs. of lactose, 1 lb of cocoa nibs and .5 lbs of maltodextrin along with the rest of the grain bill. I...
I am making a wheat ale and plan to add rhubarb and cardamom. Here is my extract recipe:
SG: 1.042-46 FG: 1.012-1.017
6 lbs. Wheat LME
8 oz. Carapils specialty grain
.5 oz Hallertau hops for 60 min.
.5 oz Hallertau hops for 2 min.
White Labs California Ale Yeast WL001