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Nelosbitter v2 isosti

Nelosbitter v2 isosti

by Deletraz on 1/19/2018
All Grain | 58 Liter(s) | Unknown Style | 6.5 % ABV
IPA egen

IPA egen

by Brewer 112782 on 6/4/2017
All Grain | 10 Liter(s) | Unknown Style | 6.3 % ABV
Black IPA v2.0

Black IPA v2.0

by Brewer 114945 on 1/20/2018
All Grain | 11.5 Liter(s) | Unknown Style | 5.7 % ABV
Easy Cream Ale

Easy Cream Ale

by Hammerweisen on 1/20/2018
All Grain | 2.5 Gallon(s) | Unknown Style | 4.3 % ABV
iPL 1.1

iPL 1.1

by squaremile on 12/21/2017
All Grain | 3.5 Gallon(s) | Unknown Style | 3.1 % ABV
Notes: More complex grain bill, longer boil, hops in boil longer, higher mash temp. Partial boil experiment, no extra chill. 1. Mash with 2 gallons of water, and 1g Gyps, 1g Eps, 1g CaCl (predicted pH 5.37) 2. Bring to a boil, add hops in proper time 3. After boil, add 2g Gyps, 1g Eps, 1g CaCl, check gravity 20-21 (1.086) and add 2 gallons of cold water 4. That should result in 9-9.5 (1.037), and 3.5 gallons OG/pH: FG/pH: Pitch: DH: Keg: Tap: Review:
BBS Dubbel

BBS Dubbel

by Brewer 114032 on 1/19/2018
All Grain + Extract | 5 Gallon(s) | Unknown Style | 5.7 % ABV
juicyjuice

juicyjuice

by MilkOfTheGods on 1/20/2018
All Grain | 25 Gallon(s) | Unknown Style | 7.0 % ABV
Taras Slam Dunkel HBA

Taras Slam Dunkel HBA

by Brewer 110294 on 1/20/2018
All Grain | 6 Gallon(s) | Unknown Style | 5.5 % ABV
Hurt and Sol Cerveza Ale

Hurt and Sol Cerveza Ale

by SumoFrog on 1/20/2018
All Grain + Extract | 5 Gallon(s) | Unknown Style | 6.9 % ABV
Pale Ale

Pale Ale

by Gregarious on 1/9/2018
Extract | 4.25 Gallon(s) | Unknown Style | 5.1 % ABV

What Styles Are These Recipes?

It's not uncommon for a homebrewer to craft a homebrew recipe that does not satisfy the specific guidelines of the BJCP style guidelines. For example, a homebrewer might make an IPA recipe and decide they want it to be more bitter or darker than the defined style.

There are plenty of great homebrew recipes that fall into this category and they should not be overlooked.

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