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Making my regular amber ale but with slightly different hops.

3 kg maris otter

.6 kg munich

.25 kg victory

.2 kg med cry

.1 kg choc

.1 kg acid malt

6 g warrior

15 g cascade

15 g amarillo

15 g each cubed

OG 1042      IBU28    1056 Yeast 

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1 hour ago, QK said:

Making my regular amber ale but with slightly different hops.

3 kg maris otter

.6 kg munich

.25 kg victory

.2 kg med cry

.1 kg choc

.1 kg acid malt

6 g warrior

15 g cascade

15 g amarillo

15 g each cubed

OG 1042      IBU28    1056 Yeast 

Nice mix QK. I'd enjoy seeing a pic of it in the glass. Have you ever used any other yeast strains on the recipe?

I've just switched to AG & am looking to put a version of my Mosaic Amber Ale down as a recipe to brew soon, & will likely add a little Victory malt into the mix.

Best of luck with the brew,

Lusty.

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Hi Lusty, I have used 1272 and 1084 yeast before in a amber but honestly I couldn’t pick any difference , I actually prefer cascade centennial mix hops but this brew still really nice, Nice and malty, btw warrior was 60 min and 15 g first additions was 10 min, forgot to add that, had a big week ! 🤪 I’ll post a pic tomorrow.

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Maybe try 1007 German ale yeast.  Depends on the style of Amber you are aiming for. My current one is a German Alt/Aussie amber hybrid. 

This is the first version using our fresh Victoria hops (Aussie) with the German yeast and a malt driven base.

80% Maris Otter

8% Munich

8% Special Roast

8 Medium Crystal

1% Choc Malt

Bravo 60 min  for 18IBU

300g Victoria at flame out for 12 IBU.

After 3 months the malt really shines on this one.  

 

 

 

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Brewing another batch of pilsner today, on my last day of holidays. Currently doing the 72 degree rest. Also smoking a piece of bacon that had been curing for the past 12 days, took out yesterday arvo. 

No beer on tap at the moment, been a bit slack brewing over the holidays but there is a batch cold crashing that I'll keg before the weekend. This one will be pitched tomorrow, and I'll hopefully do another brew day next Saturday so I can get this pilsner and that next batch kegged pretty close to each other. 

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Plain and simple Australian Pale Lager today. Hopefully an easy drinking beer coloured water type drink. It’s actually for a friends dad but I’ll bottle a few for me self. 
 

barret burston pale malt

a touch of carapils 

Some dex

POR to 29ibu

S189 @16.5 deg currently choofing away. 
 

ABV 4.2%

 

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