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- 3° L
- All Grain
- 5.5 Gallon(s)
- Unknown Style
- 17 IBU
- 4.1 % ABV
Hops 4.12 AAUs added @ 20, 15, 10, 5 16.37 AAUs added at flameout for 5 mins before chilling 3oz dry hop in primary when yeast at 90% attenuation. 4-5 days before crashing Mash temp: 153 for 60 minutes Mash pH: 5.42 Finished pH of beer: 4.35 Ferment cool, around 62 degrees, and slow rise to 67 as you reach full attenuation. Finished water profile (in ppm's): 55.8 Calcium 9 Magnesium 23 Sodium 12 Sulfate 100 Chloride Next time I think I would try Wyeast 1318, bumping the finished chloride ...
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