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- 5° L
- All Grain
- 3.4 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 51 IBU
- 4.3 % ABV
Slightly softer water, all base malt, oats again. Pitch - W 6/22 End Temp - F 6/24 Dry Hop - W 6/29 Swirl - F 7/1 Cold Crash - S 7/2 Keg - U 7/3 Tap - M 7/4 OG: 11.5 (right on) FG: 6.0 Notes: the oats took an additional .1 gallons with it. Taste before dry hop was amazing, full bodied, hoppy, delicious. Ph is totally dialed in, not bitter at all. Might have found the perfect ratios. Taste is a little one dimensional, def drier, a touch bitter (maybe due less crystal). Hops may also be ...
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