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- 2° L
- All Grain
- 3.25 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 0 IBU
- 2.6 % ABV
No Boil, no chill Pitch - Day 2 - End temp Day 2 - Transfer and add peaches Day 5 - Dry Hop Day 7 - Swirl Day 8 - Cold Crash Day 9 - Keg (25psi, for 12hr) Day 9 - Reduce (10psi) OG 6.7 FG Peaches were trader Joe's frozen slices, then thawed and pureed, then poured into the beer in a large secondary. Super low gravity, guessing not enough enzymes to do the job since there was so much wheat? Should be fine since it's getting fruit too. Ph was pretty much perfect. By far the most wort ...
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