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Mountain Goat Steam Ale

Discussion in 'General Recipe Discussion' started by syl, 27/8/13.

 

  1. Truman42

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    Posted 13/3/18
    I sent an email to MG and got a reply today. They use 2112. Cascade for bittering and whirlpool and about 6 grams a litre of galaxy for dry hop. So will give that a crack and see how I go.

    Wholly Shit Razz you've been on here for 13 years..
     
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    No you were correct Nosco, I was talking about BTTB and that is what is on the bottle. Cascade flowers and pellets and galaxy. I cant get any flowers though so pellets will have to do.
     
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    Ha ha, thx. Been thinking for a few years now I've been on for ten years. I'll have to update my thinking.
     
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    Overdue for long service.;)
     
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    Posted 8/5/18
    The goat site says:

    Malts
    Ale and wheat.

    That makes me think of Tradition Ale, rather than Pilsner. I have a few bags of ale, but currently no Pilsner. However I am brewing this for someone else, and would like to get it closer to the commercial beer. So, do you all recommend Pilsner over Ale?
     

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