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Whats the thinking of this one

Can of EB

500grm dry malt extract

100grm roasted barley soaked

250gms of crystal malt soaked

and a Mangrove Jack M79 Burton Union yeast

23lts water

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Looks good, but you know its going to be approx 3.7% Alc.

 

Maybe try 1kg LDM and bump it up to approx 4.5% happy

 

Or, instead of .5 kg of LDM, some other combo upto 1 kg like Coopers be1 or be2.

 

Unless of course your going for a mid-strength beer, in which case, go for it.

 

Guzz

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the last time i did the ESB recipe, i used 1kg dme, 300gm dext, and 200gm molasses. 20L. calculator says 5.5%abv before priming. turned out alright.

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Whats the thinking of this one

Can of EB

500grm dry malt extract

100grm roasted barley soaked

250gms of crystal malt soaked

and a Mangrove Jack M79 Burton Union yeast

23lts water

 

Hey David

I reckon that the 100g of Roasted Barley will over power the recipe, changing it to something unlike an English Bitter. I find that 50g of Choc malt goes nicely with the EB can.

 

Cheers

Scottie

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Hey David

I reckon that the 100g of Roasted Barley will over power the recipe' date=' changing it to something unlike an English Bitter. [/quote']

+1

 

I was thinking exactly the same thing.

 

Cheers,

 

Anthony.

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ok i have some of the choc in cupboard

in what way overpower make it bitter or burnt taste

i kept the malt to 500 i don't want to much alcohol,not a great fan of strong beers ,i go for flavor more

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why don't you add 200g of choc malt and call it a robo choc

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