Help me design a beer with these ingredients
  • scoobscoob
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    Ok rabble, I have a safe beer (basic APA) in the clear to brew, but here is a list of my grains on hand, can you come up with a recipe I should brew?

    Grains:

    6 lb red rye
    4 lb Vienna
    3 lb dark Munich
    1.5 lb Belgian caramunich
    1lb Belgian aromatic
    1lb crisp amber
    .5 lb honey malt
    .2 lb c120
    1.2 lb c10
    .4 lb c60
    1.5 lb c40
    .25 lb roasted barley
    .4 lb debittered black
    7.5 lb white wheat
    1 lb golden naked oats
    1 lb golden promise
    .9 lb carapils
    .8 lb melanoiden malt
    1.3 lb home toast 2row
    20 lb 2row

    Hops:

    1lb centennial
    .5 lb cascade
    .5lb WGV
    .25lb sorachi ace
    1.5oz styrian Goldings
    2oz fuggles
    .7 oz cluster
    1oz magnum
    1oz phoenix

    Yeast:

    S-04
    S-05
    Nottingham
    3068
    004
    570
    029
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    75% 2 row pale
    13% vienna
    5% munich
    5% C60L
    2% honey malt
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    hops and yeast are up to you.
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  • scoobscoob
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    75% 2 row pale
    13% vienna
    5% munich
    5% C60L
    2% honey malt



    hops and yeast are up to you.



    Looks yummy and malty.

    If I can brew tomorrow perhaps it's that one... The whole uncle issue has my weekend in a wad so far...

    @FromZwolle how much lead time you need to get to lake in the hills?
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  • scoobscoob
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    And as a backup, how bout Sunday?
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  • scoobscoob
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    @BenS sat brewday is up in the air.. Pm sent.
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  • BenSBenS
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    What does up in the air mean?
    There's no starting point. It's just a massive sea of shit to wade through until you find the occasional corn kernel. -DrCurly
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    scoob said:

    75% 2 row pale
    13% vienna
    5% munich
    5% C60L
    2% honey malt



    hops and yeast are up to you.



    Looks yummy and malty.

    If I can brew tomorrow perhaps it's that one... The whole uncle issue has my weekend in a wad so far...

    @FromZwolle how much lead time you need to get to lake in the hills?


    google says an hour and forty minutes, so about two hours.
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  • scoobscoob
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    BenS said:

    What does up in the air mean?



    Not sure if I can brew at this point due to the family issue.
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  • scoobscoob
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    scoob said:

    75% 2 row pale
    13% vienna
    5% munich
    5% C60L
    2% honey malt



    hops and yeast are up to you.



    Looks yummy and malty.

    If I can brew tomorrow perhaps it's that one... The whole uncle issue has my weekend in a wad so far...

    @FromZwolle how much lead time you need to get to lake in the hills?


    google says an hour and forty minutes, so about two hours.


    Speed, I will see you in 45 min as long as you don't get clipped by the law.
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  • BenSBenS
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    We can always do our third coast brew day some other time.
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  • scoobscoob
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    Here is the link to the recipe thus far....

    http://www.brewtoad.com/recipes/grainreaper-amber
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  • JayrizzleJayrizzle
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    12lbs 2row
    2lbs Vienna
    2.5 Belgian stuff
    1.5lb rye
    1lb golden promise
    1lb oat
    .5 honey malt

    Hops: shoot for 18-30 IBU
    Use 1-1.5ozfuggles for late add

    Mash at 147 for 90min. Try to get some kettle carmal, or do a decoction or two.

    Yeast: wlp570 or 004.
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    -Some guy in Ohio
  • scoobscoob
    Posts: 16,617

    12lbs 2row
    2lbs Vienna
    2.5 Belgian stuff
    1.5lb rye
    1lb golden promise
    1lb oat
    .5 honey malt

    Hops: shoot for 18-30 IBU
    Use 1-1.5ozfuggles for late add

    Mash at 147 for 90min. Try to get some kettle carmal, or do a decoction or two.

    Yeast: wlp570 or 004.



    I like the rye addition
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  • scoobscoob
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    Calculated as a 10 gallon batch, used magnum for bittering addition, and the fuggles at 2 min 1.5 oz

    Brew toad didnt have belgian caramunich so I went with the standard stuff.
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  • C_BC_B
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    Brew it!
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  • ThymThym
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    C_B said:

    Brew it!


    Now!!
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  • JayrizzleJayrizzle
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    scoob said:

    Calculated as a 10 gallon batch, used magnum for bittering addition, and the fuggles at 2 min 1.5 oz

    Brew toad didnt have belgian caramunich so I went with the standard stuff.



    10gal? That's a 3gal recipe shooting for 47% efficiency
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  • JayrizzleJayrizzle
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    Lakewood said:

    C_B said:

    Brew it!


    Now!!


    Yes this, i guess you can make it any size you like to.
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  • ceanntceannt
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    interesting.... I kinda like the "kitchen sink" grain bill. Normally I would suggest keeping this really simple, but I like what you are doing here, kind of a "day after Thanksgiving sammich"... and it looks good!
    The only tweak I can see, is maybe cut back a bit on the caramunich... maybe to a pound... a little goes a long way with that stuff.
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