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Hanglow
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Re: Amber Malt.

Post by Hanglow » Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:34 am

Porter and stouts for sure if you want to use a lot of it, eg

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edit, this is an older inspired by Hareys recipe, not sure if the efficiency is right etc
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ingo
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Re: Amber Malt.

Post by ingo » Mon Sep 02, 2019 6:50 pm

A bit strange one:

OG 1.057
IBU 33
EBC 33
60% Pale (MO, Golden Promise, ...)
30% Aromatic 50 EBC (Dingemans)
10% Amber 112 EBC (TF)
mash @66°C 75 min
Magnum 33 IBU, boil 60 min
Bramling-X 3 g/l whirlpool @80°C
WLP 026 @18°C under pitched (if you can get it)

works with both English and Belgian carbonation levels.

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Re: Amber Malt.

Post by LeeH » Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:38 pm

Hanglow wrote:Porter and stouts for sure if you want to use a lot of it, eg

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edit, this is an older inspired by Hareys recipe, not sure if the efficiency is right etc
That will help me shift it. Thanks.


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