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Thanks for getting in contact with us.
We do have plans to put out some recipes of a few of our favourite beers from commercial brewers using our malts for the homebrewing community, be on the look-out for that in the near future.
My advice is don’t over complicate it. A lot of our malts are designed to be used entirely on their own, and many commercial beers have received plenty of awards and accolades used in this way.
Schooner Pale and also Veloria will stand up on their own in APA’s and even IPA’s. Probably a little biased but I believe one of countries best West Coast style IPA exclusively uses Schooner Pale as the only malt in its grist.
At the other end of the spectrum, Voodoo is also used at 100% in some pretty amazing American Darker style Amber Ales.
2 of the best beers I’ve had with our malts have been a Vienna Lager (brewed with 100% vienna malt) and also a Helles (82% Atlas, 9% Winter Wheat and 9% Munich)-Mash at 67C, Aim for 4.8-%ABV with a FG of 1.011. IBU 20-24. S189 at 12C for the first week, then ramp to 16 for a few days.
Hope this helps."
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