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LoneStarTiger
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1-2 whole pineapples? That's a lot!





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Yep. It sure is. The fruit ferments too.





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s14suspense
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Oh hell yeah we got a sticky



I'll upload another recipe sometime soon.






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I'm still waiting for some recipes from bug and some of our other brewers...





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BottomlandBrew
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Ha! whoops. Definitely had that saison get cross contaminated with some brett when I sent it off for competition. I held a bottle back the same day they were doing judging. Knew it right when I popped the cap and smelled it. Oh well. Still a really drinkable beer, just the brett dinged me hard on style guidelines. Here is the scoresheet if anyone is interested. LINK





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Here is the scoresheet if anyone is interested. LINK


Ouch......he who does not compete, competes with no one.






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Any recs on a recipie for a first time all grain brewer?





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s14suspense
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Any recs on a recipie for a first time all grain brewer?



Hell I don't know, an IPA? a Stout? Something you've already brewed before just in all grain form so you can tell if you did a good job?






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My first AG batch was a basic amber ale I had brewed many times. Pretty simple malts and low hops.





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Our first was our grapefruit rye IPA. Had issues hitting temps and with grains getting under the false bottom. Aggravating.


Ross. Get some extra DME and make sure you can check your gravity. Also, lean on the high side when mashing in. Always seems like you don't account for something and temps can be screwed up.






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Imperial Chocolate Peanut Butter Stout (All Grain)

I brewed this recipe for Zapps last year. It was a fun beer and turned out really well.

Batch Size: 6 Gallons
Target OG: 1.080
Target SRM: 44
Target IBU: 44

Mash @ 152 for 60 minutes

Grains:
11.5 lbs US 2 Row
3 lbs Flaked Barley
12 oz Chocolate 350L
12 oz Pale Chocolate
8 oz Crystal 80L
8 oz Special B
8 oz Roasted Barley
6 oz Crystal 60L

Hops and Boil Additions
.75 oz Magnum 14.7aa @ 60 minutes = 39.4 IBU
1 oz Cascade 6.10 aa @ 10 minutes = 4.4 IBU
8 oz Cocoa Powder
8 oz Lactose

Secondary:
1 lb PB2
8 oz PB2-Chocolate
2 Vanilla Bean Scrapings

Yeast:
Wyeast 1028 London Ale

Notes:
I really wanted more peanut butter flavor in this beer than I ended up with. It was there, but it was faint behind the chocolate and roast flavors.

Since brewing this I've read some brewers who have had success in getting a more pronounced peanut flavor by adding between 1 and 1.5 lbs of crushed unsalted Valencia roasted peanuts to the secondary. I will probably try this next time.



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Jolly Klaus Christmas IPA

Target OG = 1.075
Target FG = 1.014
ABV = 8.02%
IBU = 75.9

Simple Infusion Mash = 151 (75 minutes)
Fly Sparge = 170
90 minute boil

Grain Bill (14.125 Lbs)
80% Maris Otter
10.2% Caramel 60L
6.2% Caraamber
4% Rye Malt

Hops
.33 oz Mosaic (first wort)
.25 oz Chinook (First Wort)
.25 oz Simcoe - 75
.25 oz Chinook - 60
.25 oz Mosaic - 60
.75 oz Mosaic - 15
.5 oz Cascade - 15
.33 oz Simcoe - 10
.67 oz Mosaic - Whirlpool
.46 oz Cascade - Whirlpool
.45 oz Simcoe - whirlpool
.43 oz Chinook - whirlpool

1 oz Cascade - Dry Hop 5 days
1 oz Mosaic - Dry Hop 5 Days
1 oz Simcoe - Dry Hop 5 Days

Yeast
WLP001 - California Ale w/ Starter

Characteristics:
Deep red IPA with an aroma of Pine and citrus, with a wonderful berry/citrus/slightly piney taste.



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'Til Death Belgian Saison

Target OG = 1.055
Target FG = 1.006
ABV = 6.6%
IBU = 26.3

Simple Infusion Mash = 148 @ 60 min.
Fly Sparge = 170
60 minute boil

Grains
11 lbs 1.9 oz
76% Pilsner Malt
9% Rye Malt
4.5% Munich
4.5% White Wheat
1.1% Special B

Hops
1.5 oz Hallertauer - 60
.5 oz. Saaz - 10

Adjuncts
8 oz. Turbinado Sugar - 10 minutes
.5 oz Tangelo Peel - 5 minutes

Yeast
WLP566 Belgian Saison 2

Ferment starting at 70, raise to 80 to finish.



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3rd Prime IPA

Target OG = 1.063
Target FG = 1.012
ABV 6.82%
IBU's = 50.6

Simple Infusion Mash = 152, 60 minutes
Fly Sparge 170

60 Minute Boil

Grains
13.05 lbs Grains
75% 2-Row
8.5% Crystal 20L
8.5% Munich
4.4% Caraamber
2.2% Cara-Pils/Dextrine

Hops
.55 oz Cascade (First Wort)
.55 oz Warrier - 60
.33 oz Chinook - 30
.27 oz Cascade - 15
1 oz Citra - Whirlpool
1 oz Citra - Dry Hop 5 Days
.66 oz Chinook - 5 Days
.2 oz Cascade - 5 Days

Yeast
WLP001 California Ale

This one was my first all-grain recipe i ever created. It came out fantastic. Version 2 will be hopped up more. More bitterness, more Dry Hops.






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Brasserie Maps - Sour Saison

Yeast: House Blend – at least 2 saison and 2 brett strands
Yeast Starter: Yes
Batch Size (Gallons): 5
Original Gravity: 1.055 down to 1.045 after sour worting
Final Gravity: 1.003
IBU: 20 (est. due to no chill)
Boiling Time (Minutes): 45
Color: 7
Primary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 3 - 5 days open fermentation @ 88 – 92 F
Secondary Fermentation (# of Days & Temp): 30 @ 72
Tasting Notes: Bretty nose with nice citra hop aroma, taste bright, tart, slightly bretty fruity with hint of yeast spiciness and dry finish. Brett comes through more in the nose than in the palate, certainly not the barnyard funk that most people associate with brett.

7 lbs. Two Row
1 lb Oats
0.50 Acid Malt
0.50 Table Sugar
0.25 Belgian CaraMunich

0.5 oz Citra @ 20
0.5 oz Citra @ 10
1 oz Citra @ Dry Hop 21 days

House Yeast Blend
BIAB & No-chill
Mashed at 149 F for 90 mins

Notes: Soured wort with 2 oz of uncrushed 2-row added to wort @ 100 F for 48 hrs, then proceed with normal brew day




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I had no clue how many Saison brewers we had up in here... 3 recipes already. I may have to get on this.


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Brasserie Sur Les Sentiers - Sour Saison


I can vouch for this one as well. Very good.






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SouthOfSouth
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Notes: Soured wort with 2 oz of uncrushed 2-row added to wort @ 100 F for 48 hrs


What do you mean by this? Im intrigued but I'm not completely sure what you mean by this.

Thanks!






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Time for an extract recipe.

Big Wooly Mammoth Espresso Imperial Stout

Steeping Grains:
12oz Crystal 40L
8oz Black Patent malt
8oz 2-row pale malt
2oz Chocolate malt

Steep for 30 minutes at 155

Fermentables:
14lbs Dark LME
9oz dextrose

Other Additions:
8oz Malto-dextrine for 15 minutes
1 whirlfloc tablet for 15 minutes

Hops:
2oz Nugget (13.0%) for 60 minutes
1oz Fuggles (4.5%) for 5 minutes

Yeast:
S-04 Dry English Ale dry yeast

Ferment for 4 weeks. Blow-off tube HIGHLY recommended. Add 2 vanilla beans (scraped) for final 7 days. Patience is key with this one.

Before kegging/bottling, cold steep 5oz ground espresso beans in a quart of water for 24 hours. Filter and add cold coffee to keg/bottling bucket.

OG: 1.101
FG: 1.030
Calories: 320/12oz
IBUs: 35
Color: 36.8 SRM
ABV: 9.3%







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