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MrSnacks

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Just got this and that leftover from various experiments, so here goes:

Partial Mash
5 Gallons
OG:1.088
FG:1.024
IBUs:72
Yeast:London Ale III

Grain:

6 pounds Maris Otter LME (15 minute boil)
2.5 pounds Maris Otter
1 pound Munich 10L
1 pound Victory
1 pound flaked oats
.5 pounds Crystal 40
.5 pounds Crystal 60
.5 pounds Crystal 80
.5 pounds Crystal 120
.25 pounds black patent
.25 pounds roasted barley
.25 pounds pale chocolate
.25 pounds chocolate wheat
.25 pounds chocolate rye
.25 pounds FrancoBelges Kiln Coffee
.25 pounds Carafa III dehusked


Hops:

1.75 ounces Magnum (60 minutes)
1 ounce Perle (20 minutes)
1 ounce Williamette (flameout)

Yeast:

London III


Yeah, it's a lot of grains. It could be a hot mess, or pretty tasty! Thoughts?
 

joyceman

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Id save the Willamette, youre going to be aging this for a whille and the flameout addition is going to fade out.

You sure you have enought diastatic power for your mini mash. You can convert the victory, oats, a good portion of the crystal & a little of the roasted malts.
 
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