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- 56° L
- All Grain
- 6 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 66 IBU
- 7.9 % ABV
Water Profile: Ca - 50, Mg - 0, SO4 - 42, Cl - 70 Mash Water (7.5gal) Additions: Gypsum - 2.3g (0.575tsp), CaCl - 2.3g (0.676tsp), Epsom - 1.5g (0.33tsp) Baking Soda - 7.5g (1.7tsp) Spare Water (3.9gal) Additions: Gypsum - 1.2g (0.3tsp), CaCl - 1.2g (0.35tsp), Epsom - 0.8g (0.18tsp) Added to Boil Kettle: Baking Soda - 3.9g (0.88tsp)
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