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What are you brewing 2020

Discussion in 'General Recipe Discussion' started by JDW81, 11/1/20.

 

  1. JDW81

    I make wort, the yeast make it beer.

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    Posted 11/1/20
    Happy new year all.

    Time for the 2020 version of the WAYB thread.

    For me I'm in the process of downsizing from 3v to hopefully a braumeister, so will be a year of getting to know a new system.

    Brews planned include:
    - Berliner Weiss
    - Dunkle
    - India Dark Ale
    - Flanders red (if I can find a good place to ferment for 12 months when I move)

    Might finally give a lager/pilsner a crack as well (reckon I've probably got enough know how accumulated to not make a hash of the style).

    JD
     
  2. gaijin

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    Posted 11/1/20
    Happy new b...year to you too.

    Just put down a split batch with one fermenter with a Voss Kveik and one with Kolsch. 35C days have to be good for something, like giving orange peel flavour to beer hopefully.
     
  3. mongey

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    Posted 11/1/20
    Just setting up for my first brew for 2020

    gonna try my hand at a Biere de garde with the yeast cake form the kolsch I just made.
     
  4. Schikitar

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    Posted 13/1/20
    Got a Brewzilla for xmas so just trying to decide what to brew on it, was thinking of my tried and tested Oatmeal XPA.. I also need to do some prep this year for a wedding next January where the brides (not a typo) have asked me to provide some summer brews for the reception, so probably need to think about what styles/recipes would be appropriate/tasty for such an event..
     
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  5. Lix

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    Posted 13/1/20
    saison
    dry stout
    house pale ale
    JS 9 tails style
    saison
    dry stout
    summer ale
    To be determined
    saison
    JS 9 tails style
    saison
    pale ale
    to be determined
    saison

    not necessarily in that order, and I am sure there is room in there for something else.

    Alex
     
  6. wide eyed and legless

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    Posted 15/1/20
    Completed dry Irish stout, coming up English bitter and a Plum Porter.
     
  7. Andyburgs

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    Posted 15/1/20
    Appears you enjoy a saison!
    I’ve brewed a couple and have turned out ok. Care to share your saison recipe? Want to do another one this weekend
     
  8. Lix

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    Posted 15/1/20
    Not my own recipe, it is a Saison Dupont Style that I got from the interwebs
    4.9 kg Pilsner malt
    227 g Vienna malt
    113 g Munich malt
    227 g Caramunich malt
    227 g wheat malt
    28g EKG 60 mins
    14g Styrian Golding 5 mins
    Wyeast 3724. I have also used Belle Saison, it was not quite the Saison Dupont flavour but is still very good, tho it does need a bit of extra time in the bottle to take some of the harshness out
    Mash at 64
     
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