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  1. ndrice

    English base malt comparison

    I recently became curious/excited about trying out different English base malts, ever since I tried some fabulous English style beers that I found out were brewed with Optic as the base malt. I very often will experiment with different grains, but I've always had a hard time not tweaking more...
  2. ndrice

    English base malt comparison

    I recently became curious/excited about trying out different English base malts, ever since I tried some fabulous English style beers that I found out were brewed with Optic as the base malt. I very often will experiment with different grains, but I've always had a hard time not tweaking more...
  3. X

    First Recipe, need critique Winter Warmer

    Morning! This is the first recipe that I built completely from the ground up and would like some advice. I am going for a Winter Warmer style that has a deep red to mahogany color, so not entirely black. Flavor should have some malt sweetness with caramel and raisin notes as well as some...
  4. Kris Brew

    First Recipe, Brewing Tomorrow - Thoughts?

    Hi all, Just want some opinions really... i have never created a recipe before and thought i would have a go! https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/734913/fruity-monoca That's what i have come up with based on the ingredients i have, opinions?
  5. BrewingAroundtheRrealm

    (M)Oktoberfest – Brewing an Oktoberfest Ale with Wyeast 1007

    I can't ferment a lager but I can make an Oktoberfest inspired ale. I took a traditional Marzen recipe and used Wyeast German Ale 1007. It turned out great. Has anyone else tried doing this? Full details with the recipe beerXML file are available on my website...
  6. @RoyalGallon

    Recipe suggestions please

    So I have a friend who is a maltster and he came to visit this weekend - well actually we went for our annual Oktoberfest expedition in Munich. He nows I've just started to get back into brewing and so was kind enough to acquire some malt from his site and give it to me. So I am now the happy...
  7. BrewingAroundtheRrealm

    Brewing a Belgian Dubbel with WLP611 - New Nordic Yeast Blend

    I ordered WLP611 back in September of 2017. It finally arrived last week. I brewed up a Belgian Dubbel. Full details and the recipe I used are available on my website: https://brewingaroundtherealm.com/brewing-a-belgian-dubbel-with-wlp611-new-nordic-yeast-blend/ I'll post a review back here...
  8. BrewingAroundtheRrealm

    Brewing a Irish Inspired Red Rye Ale

    I thought I would try brewing an Irish Red Ale with 21% Rye. Full details and recipe are available on my website: https://brewingaroundtherealm.com/brewing-an-irish-inspired-red-rye-ale-tormunds-finest-ale/ I'll report back with a review once it's ready in about a month.
  9. bransona

    Centennial/MO SMaSH IPA

    In a recent thread, I got some advice for building a SMaSH MO/Mosaic IPA to reintroduce myself to brewing and to learn my new equipment. However, for a few reasons (one being price point), I've realized I can't go with Mosaic. Instead, Centennial looks to be within budget, and I know I enjoy it...
  10. lefty913

    Using Maris Otter in a partial mash recipe

    For a simple Pale Ale, in addition to using other grains, like Munich and Crystal, would adding in a pound of Maris Otter (as opposed to American 2-row) add anything noticeable to the final beer? What are some people's experiences with using MO in a partial mash recipe?
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