Partial mash/extract recipe

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NW_rockhound

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I'm looking for a partial mash recipe for my second batch. Something fairly easy. Like a wheat or an IPA, you know, a summer/springish brew.

Any clever ideas, or where do I look for some partial recipes?

TIA, David
 

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German Hefeweizen Partial Mash:

3 lbs Wheat Malt
1 lbs Pilsner Malt
1 lbs Munich Malt

3 lbs Dry Wheat Malt Extract (or 4 lbs Liquid)

10 IBU (~0.75 ounces) Hallertau, Tettnanger, Saaz, Fuggle or Styrian Goldings

WLP300 Hefeweizen Ale Yeast

Mash at 152°F for 60 minutes
Bring to a boil, remove from heat and add extract
Do a 60-90 minute boil total (Vigourous 60 minute or light 90 minute)
Boil hops for 60 minutes total
Cool and transfer to sanitized fermentation vessel
Pitch vial directly (or make starter)
 
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OOOh, that looks tasty. Thanks! The store here sells mostly liquid extract. I'm cobbling together an A/G system and in the meantime I am stuck with the partial mash. The "plan" is to make a partial batch now and in 2-3 weeks start A/G with the first batch kind-of mimmicing the partial mash batch.

Fun hobby, but it's driving the wife crazy already!

Thanks for the recipe!!!
David
 

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my advice is find a recipe you like and then convert it to a PM. It's a rather simple process and it's what i've done for most of my PM brews. Some are harder to convert than others, but most are fairly simple.

If you find a recipe, post it here and we will help you convert it.
 

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I have had good luck with this simple IPA recipe:

8 lbs. Pale Malt L.M.E.
1 lb. 20 L Crystal Malt
1 pack Safale S-05 American Ale Yeast
1.5 oz. Milennium Hops 15% AAU
1.0 oz. Amarillo Hops 8.9% AAU
1.0 oz. Kent Goldings Hops 5.5% AAU
1.5 oz. Cascade Hops, 6.3% AAU

1. Steep Grains at 130-140 for 30 min. Raise temp to 155 for an additional 30 minutes
2. Parge grains, add 4 lbs of LME, bring to boil
3. Add Millenium Hops
4. After 40 minutes add Amarillo Hops
5.
 
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