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- 44° L
- All Grain
- 6 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 45 IBU
- 6.9 % ABV
Brew Day Notes: -strike vol:19qts/4.75 gallon (brown & malty water profile) -strike temp (into preheated mash tun): 170 degrees -156.5 degree mash -60 min mash -mash temp at end of mash: 151degrees -mash out vol: 1 gallon added at end of 1hr mash -mash out water temp: 212 -new mash temp after mash out water added: 151 (Sir Isaac Newton calling bewel shidt) first runnings og: 1.0675 (1.0575 at 121degrees) first runnings vol: first runnings color: midnight black, no color -sparge vol (fly): ...
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