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Pleasure Master

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I'm planning on making this tomorrow;

All Grain Pale Ale
Pleasure Master Ale

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Recipe Specs
Original Gravity Final Gravity Colour (SRM / EBC)
Bitterness Alcohol by Volume
1.051 1.013 5.3 / 10.4 32.7 IBU 4.9%

Brewhouse Specs
Recipe Type Batch Size Boil Time Efficiency
All Grain 20.7 Litres / 5.5 Gal 60.0 min 70.0%

Fermentables
Name Type SRM Percentage Amount
Pale Ale Malt Grain 3.0 76.19 % 3.63 Kg / 8.00 Lbs
Vienna Grain 3.0 19.04 % 0.91 Kg / 2.00 Lbs
Crystal 10 Grain 10.0 4.77 % 0.23 Kg / 0.50 Lbs

HopsName AA% Amount Use Time
Fuggles 5.7% 25.00 g / 0.88 oz Boil 60 mins
Fuggles 5.7% 15.00 g / 0.53 oz Boil 20 mins
Fuggles 5.7% 10.36 g / 0.37 oz Boil 5 mins

MiscName Amount Use Time

YeastName Attenuation
Safale US-05 75 %

Mash StepsStep Name Time Temperature Type
Saccharification Rest 60.0 min 63.6 C / 146.4 F Infusion

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But I have just realized I'm short with the ale malt, I only have 3kg instead of the 3.6 required.

On hand I have plenty of pale pils, munich 1, caramalt and vienna

Which malt would be suitable for me to add to make up the difference?
 

mwd

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Just up the Vienna 600gs won't make much difference.
 

Mardoo

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Don't listen to me cuz there are far more experienced, but I'll have a go and look forward to some correction:

Safe bet says Vienna

Curiosity says Munich to fill in using a bit of a different flavor. I'm curiosity prone.
 

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