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RegBadgery

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It must be around 6-8 weeks since I brewed John Palmer's brown ale and I love it. A delicious drop.

cheers
reg
 

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Reg,

is that the Tittabawasee Brown Ale recipe he has on the Howtobrew website? If so, did you do the extract or all-grain version?

Cheers - Steve
 

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Can you post your version of John's recipe Reg ?

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Doc
 

RegBadgery

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It's the John Palmer Tittabawasee Brown Ale recipe - same as on the website - I made the grain version. It was a lovely brew.

cheers
reg
 

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Reg (or anyone else that has done the John Palmer Tittabawasee Brown Ale recipe),

I would be interested in making this. At this stage just the extract version.

Can anyone offer assistance / advice on making this a little more Australian friendly and where to get the ingredients for it?

For anyone that hasn;t seen the recipe it can be found on this page

The recipe is as follows - or can be found Tittabawasee Brown Ale
Malts Gravity Contribution

6 lbs. of Pale DME
1 lb. of Crystal 60L Malt
1/4 lb. of Chocolate Malt

80
3
1

BG for 3 Gallons
1.084

OG for 5 Gallons
1.050

Hops IBU Contribution

3/4 oz of Nugget (10%) at 60 minutes
1 oz of Willamette (5%) at 30 minutes
1 oz of Willamette (5%) at 15 minutes


21
11
6

Total IBUs 38
Yeast Fermentation Schedule

Cooper's Ale
or Yeast Lab Australian Ale

Primary Ferment at 65F for 2 weeks.
Or 1 wk Primary and 2 wk Secondary.

Options

All-Extract

4 lbs. of Pale Malt LME
2.5 lbs. of Amber DME
.5 lbs. of Dark DME


All-Grain

7.5 lbs. of 2 Row Base Malt
or British Pale Ale Malt
1 lb. of Crystal 60
1/4 lb. of Chocolate malt

Mash Schedule - Single Temperature Infusion
Rest
Temperature
Time

Conversion
154F
60
 

RegBadgery

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It's been a while and I didn't keep a copy of changes - however I probably used Northern Brewer for bittering - should have made a note. Yeast could have been safale.

cheers
reg
 

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Any (good) HBS should stock the malt extract and grain you need. Most HBS's will have williamette pellets too. As for the nugget hops, substitute them for northern brewer as suggested by Reg.

Just use www.onlineconversion.com to convert all the amounts :) I presume thats all for a 5gal (19L) batch ?
 

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