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- 5° L
- All Grain
- 3.4 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 78 IBU
- 3.5 % ABV
Notes: more grain to get the ABV up due to lower efficiency, higher strike temp (166), partial boil, adding NaCl after Brulosophy result, first kolsch yeast, lower dry hop to add complexity since bigger dry hops in low ABV is not making much difference. Higher temp didn't matter, still dropped to 155, longer mash also didn't matter, efficiency still at 60%, but pH was right on, as was final numbers. Cooled to 100. Almost blow off on 2/3 at 9a. Blew off sometime that afternoon. Did temp when ...
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