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FSR402

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Category Belgian Strong Ale
Subcategory Belgian Dark Strong Ale
Recipe Type All Grain
Batch Size 5 gal.
Volume Boiled 6 gal.
Mash Efficiency 72 %
Total Grain/Extract 19.88 lbs.
Total Hops 1.3 oz.
Calories (12 fl. oz.) 440.7
Cost to Brew $37.70 (USD)
Cost per Bottle (12 fl. oz.) $0.71 (USD)
Summary : Crazy recipe




11 lbs. Moravian Well-Modified Pale info
0.25 lbs. Weyermann CaraFoam® info
0.35 lbs. Belgian Aromatic info
0.25 lbs. Caramel Wheat Malt info
0.25 lbs. Weyermann CaraAmber® info
0.20 lbs. Chocolate Rye Malt info
0.75 lbs. German Vienna info
0.55 lbs. White Wheat Malt info
0.25 lbs. Golden Naked Oats info
0.17 lbs. Black Roasted Barley info
1.27 lbs. Acidulated Malt info
1 lbs. Molasses info
0.25 lbs. Oats Flaked info
1 lbs. Candi Sugar Dark info
1 lbs. Maple Syrup info
1 lbs. Honey info
0.34 lbs. Corn Grits info
0.25 oz. Simcoe (Pellets, 13.00 %AA) boiled 60 min. info
0.50 oz. Simcoe (Pellets, 13.00 %AA) boiled 15 min. info
0.50 oz. Simcoe (Pellets, 13.00 %AA) boiled 1 min. info
Yeast : WYeast 3787 Trappist High Gravity info


Predicted Belgian Dark Strong Ale Compliance
Original Gravity 1.109 1.075 - 1.110 100 %
Terminal Gravity 1.019 1.010 - 1.024 100 %
Color 29.55 °SRM 15.00 - 20.00 °SRM 0 %
Bitterness 19.0 IBU 15.00 - 25.00 IBU 100 %
Alcohol (%volume) 12.1 % 8.00 - 12.00 % 98 %
80 % overall


Apparent Real
Original Extract 25.73 °Plato 25.73 °Plato

Attenuation 81.6 % 65.5 %

Extract 4.73 °Plato 8.88 °Plato

% Weight % Volume
Alcohol 9.4 % 12.1 %



Weight
(lbs.) Gravity Points Color
(MCU)
Moravian Well-Modified Pale

11 (55.3%)
284.8 (52.2%)
19.8 (3.4%)

Weyermann CaraFoam®

0.25 (1.3%)
5.9 (1.1%)
0.5 (0.1%)

Belgian Aromatic

0.35 (1.8%)
8.5 (1.6%)
9.1 (1.6%)

Caramel Wheat Malt

0.25 (1.3%)
5.9 (1.1%)
11.4 (1.9%)

Weyermann CaraAmber®

0.25 (1.3%)
5.9 (1.1%)
6.9 (1.2%)

Chocolate Rye Malt

0.20 (1.0%)
4.1 (0.7%)
49.0 (8.4%)

German Vienna

0.75 (3.8%)
18.8 (3.4%)
2.0 (0.3%)

White Wheat Malt

0.55 (2.8%)
14.9 (2.7%)
1.1 (0.2%)

Golden Naked Oats

0.25 (1.3%)
5.6 (1.0%)
2.5 (0.4%)

Black Roasted Barley

0.17 (0.9%)
3.2 (0.6%)
87.6 (15.0%)

Acidulated Malt

1.27 (6.4%)
30.1 (5.5%)
2.9 (0.5%)

Molasses

1 (5.0%)
35.8 (6.6%)
80.0 (13.7%)

Oats Flaked

0.25 (1.3%)
5.6 (1.0%)
0.6 (0.1%)

Candi Sugar Dark

1 (5.0%)
45.8 (8.4%)
275.0 (47.1%)

Maple Syrup

1 (5.0%)
29.9 (5.5%)
35.0 (6.0%)

Honey

1 (5.0%)
31.9 (5.8%)
0.1 (0.0%)

Corn Grits

0.34 (1.7%)
9.0 (1.7%)
0.2 (0.0%)


Variety %Alpha
Acid Weight
(oz.) Boil
(minutes) Formula %Utilization
@ 1.091 IBU Average IBU
Simcoe (Pellets) 13.00 0.25 60 BeerTools 26.6 13.0 13.0
Simcoe (Pellets) 13.00 0.50 15 BeerTools 5.9 5.7 5.7
Simcoe (Pellets) 13.00 0.50 1 BeerTools 0.3 0.3 0.3
Total IBU 19.0


Looks good to me. I'm thinking once I have a few AG's under my belt I may go for it.
:rockin:
 

the_bird

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I have never seen any recipe that calls for anywhere near than much acid malt. I agree, there's absolutely no way of know how that would end up tasting other than "muddy."
 
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