Greg hughs single hop grain bill

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Greg hughs single hop grain bill

Post by Mjr6313 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 5:16 pm

Hey I have miss placed my copy of the Greg Hughs how to brew book and was planning to brew this week the single hop but using azzacca but I can't remember the grains and quantity used could someone please let me know so i can order asap please.
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Re: Greg hughs single hop grain bill

Post by Oldstunty » Sun Sep 08, 2019 7:14 pm

Went to get my copy, only it's missing to. Bugger.

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Greg hughs single hop grain bill

Post by f00b4r » Sun Sep 08, 2019 7:48 pm

If you mean the one that is originally the Amarillo single hope beer then it's is:

4.7kg pale malt
235g carapils
40 IBU's using 191g of 5% Amarillo.



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Re: Greg hughs single hop grain bill

Post by Mjr6313 » Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:25 am

That's the one, thank you.
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Re: Greg hughs single hop grain bill

Post by Cobnut » Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:10 am

Assume this is for 23L at a typical HB efficiency, but can you confirm? OG, brew length, etc. I can then apply my preferred brewing software/calculator.

I have some hops I want to use in a single hop ale. Was thinking of a SMASH, but this would also work well.

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Fermenting: Amarillo Golden ale
Conditioning: Summer ale
Drinking: Banks's Bitter clone, SMASH Keeping Ale (Chevallier, First Gold, Voss Kveik), Haflinger (rather odd weizenbock), 'Ol 'Enry Brut IPA, Cherry Chocolate Dubbel Trubbel, A Galaxy Far, Far Away Black IPA (or maybe it's an American Stout?), Quickie Voss Kveik IPA, Make American Stout Great Again
Planning: Quick German Pilsner, London Porter, Schonramer Helles clone, Sussex Bitter,

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Re: Greg hughs single hop grain bill

Post by richard080561 » Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:48 pm

Cobnut wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:10 am
Assume this is for 23L at a typical HB efficiency, but can you confirm? OG, brew length, etc. I can then apply my preferred brewing software/calculator.

I have some hops I want to use in a single hop ale. Was thinking of a SMASH, but this would also work well.

TIA
It's for 23litres OG is 1050, expected final gravity 1012
Total liquor 32 litres
Mash 1 hour at 65C
Ferment at 18C Wyeast 1056 American Ale
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Re: Greg hughs single hop grain bill

Post by Cobnut » Mon Sep 16, 2019 12:54 pm

richard080561 wrote:
Sun Sep 15, 2019 6:48 pm
Cobnut wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:10 am
Assume this is for 23L at a typical HB efficiency, but can you confirm? OG, brew length, etc. I can then apply my preferred brewing software/calculator.

I have some hops I want to use in a single hop ale. Was thinking of a SMASH, but this would also work well.

TIA
It's for 23litres OG is 1050, expected final gravity 1012
Total liquor 32 litres
Mash 1 hour at 65C
Ferment at 18C Wyeast 1056 American Ale
Thanks!
Fermenting: Amarillo Golden ale
Conditioning: Summer ale
Drinking: Banks's Bitter clone, SMASH Keeping Ale (Chevallier, First Gold, Voss Kveik), Haflinger (rather odd weizenbock), 'Ol 'Enry Brut IPA, Cherry Chocolate Dubbel Trubbel, A Galaxy Far, Far Away Black IPA (or maybe it's an American Stout?), Quickie Voss Kveik IPA, Make American Stout Great Again
Planning: Quick German Pilsner, London Porter, Schonramer Helles clone, Sussex Bitter,

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