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- W Jascor
June 21, 2004, 12:32 am
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what style & FG
1/2 lb Crystal 60L
1/8 lb Carapils
3/4 lb Wheat
2.0 lb Dark Brown Sugar
2.0 oz Mt Hood 4.4% (40 min)
1.5 oz. Hallertau 2.8% (15 min)
0.5 oz Hallertau 2.8% (5 min)
WLP500 Trapist Ale Yeast
50 12oz bottle target. ( 5 gallons )
I'm thinking its like a Belgian Scotch style and 1.06+fg
stuck wort chiller
There is a small flow of water going thru the coil, but nothing like
before. Last time I reversed the flow of cold water (changing the hose
connections) and this corrected the flow rate. This time, its too dark
to fool around with (22:30), so I'll let it cool at a 1hour rate instead
of a 15min rate.
Any ideas? I'm not putting anything through the coil, except water.
Re: what style & FG
According to StrangeBrew 1.7 (http://www.strangebrew.ca), it looks like a
Belgian Strong Dark Ale, and closer to 1.090 OG. Wow, this brew will really
knock you on your butt! It should have a nice copper color, great creamy
head, and a sweet but very complex flavor. You could even age it for a
couple years and see how it mellows out. Good luck!
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