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What are you brewing - 2019?

Discussion in 'General Recipe Discussion' started by JDW81, 2/1/19.

 

  1. Dan Pratt

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    Posted 19/8/19
    Made an American Pale Ale.

    Double Up Ale

    OG 1052
    FG 1010
    ABV 5.6%
    IBU 37
    EBC 11
    20L

    40% Pilsner Weyermann
    40% Maris Otter Bairds
    10% Munich Weyermann
    7% Carapils
    3% Light Crystal

    Mashed at 63c/30m, 68c/30m, 78c/15mins - Sulphate to chloride 150ppm/85ppm, pH @ 5.4

    60Min boil

    @ 20m Simcoe 14g
    @ 10m Simcoe 28g
    @ WP Simcoe/Citra 56g ( 28g each )

    Chilled to 18c, pitched BRY97 danstar yeast

    Dry hopping with 56g each of Simcoe and Citra ( 112g total = 5g per L )
     
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  2. wide eyed and legless

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    Posted 19/8/19
    No mate I wasn't pleased, just had to try it after onemorecell posted about imperial yeast being pitched at 0 degrees, which is correct in what he said they do advise to pitch at a low temperature. It finished at 1,010 which was the target, that was a dry Irish stout, the day after I brewed an oatmeal stout pitched CN 34 yeast, took 4 or 5 hours to take off and the Irish and Oatmeal stout's finished at the same time.
     
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