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AnOldUR

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Dude wrote:
Anyway, when you are contemplating a recipe, stop and take a look at it, ask for help, whatever.
I buried this recipe inside another thread where it was OT and didn't get any comments. The ingredients got here yesterday, but Dudes comments made me think it might be a good idea to send it here before brewing. Suppose to be a lower gravity version of Houblon Chouffe.

Houblon IPA
Style: Belgian American IPA
Batch Size: 5.25 gallons
Original Gravity: 1.072 (est)
Final Gravity: 1.015 (est)
Efficiency: 65% (est)
Alcohol: 7.5 abv (est)
Bitterness: 61 IBU

Ingredient List
9.00 lbs Belgian Pale Malt Grain - Dingeman’s
5.00 lbs Belgian Pilsner Malt Grain - Dingeman’s
1.00 lbs Belgian Biscuit Malt Grain - Dingeman’s
1.00 lbs Flaked Wheat Grain
1.00 oz Columbus Hops – Alpha 11.0% @ 60 min
1.00 oz Columbus Hops – Alpha 11.0% @ 30 min
1.00 oz Saaz Hops – Alpha 4.0% @ 10 min
1.00 oz Amarillo Hops – Alpha 8.5% (dry hop)
Wyeast 3787 Trappist High Gravity
1.00 tsp Irish Moss @ 5 min
 

DeathBrewer

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that looks tasty to me...nice hoppy belgian ale. I've had Houblon Chouffe...i generally like maltier beers but it was pretty good stuff.

maybe a little high on the biscuit for my taste, but not out of control at all...

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