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Fuzzyfella

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Having previously brewed kit beers I currently have my first basic, partial mash, ESB in primary and am looking for an easy partial mash recipe for a friend of mine who is coming to stay. He is a heathen b***ard who has yet to find the joys of decent 'real' beer and is currently lost in a sea of p*ss water, otherwise known as lager (the tasteless, fizzy-water, Carlsberg variety).

In a valiant effort to teach this poor mis-guided fool the joys of real beer I want to make a blonde pale beer but do not have the equipment to tackle proper wheat beers or the cool enviroment required for real lagers.

I have once again returned to this tree of knowledge in the hope of further enlightenment!

Kindest regards,

Fuzzy
 

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California Common, Mild, Kolsh and American Lite Hybrids are all Ales that would fit the bill and can be done PM or extract.
 
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Fuzzyfella

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I've looked through the 'light' recipies but most of them are for full grain brews and not partial mash? The only one I found was Xeric Fields and whilst this looks interesting I was hopping to see a few recipies and pick and choose my own ingredients.

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FUzzy
 
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