Brewing With Total Confidence
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I know a little bit about this. The mexican beers based on vienna lagers are the dark mexican lagers like modelo negra. The main difference is...
Ha! Thanks! Yeah I’m at 45 minute mash and boil these days. Other than having to use more bittering hops I don’t notice any difference.
Thanks. Most of the recipes I see have a decent amount of corn in them...
Mexican lagers don't have much adjuncts? That is indeed news to me.
any thoughts? Still a bit stumped on how much vienna to go with.
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Not bad at all! Wish I could find some around here. I've heard good things
Those other hops will most likely overpower the lemon drop however it looks like it will be super tasty
According to the thread title, I don't think he's going for an Irish Red...
Why wouldn't you just use the lactose?
Saaz is kind of the hallmark ingredient for that category. Do you only have Nugget hops? If you want a more traditional grain bill, I would go...
I like honey malt but I would still keep it under 5% for a beer like this. Also I would consider dropping the ibus and possibly adding some lemon...
I’m a carafa guy but I don’t see why not. I like where you’ve gone with your edited recipe.
A bit too much crystal for my taste however I understand the style can allow for a lot.
That sounds about right. I think I used 2 oz whole beans medium roast in 5 gallons of blonde stout along with 3 oz of cacao nibs for about 1 week.
I have dry beaned with whole beans with great results! Do it!
I agree. I get good results with 04 below 68F
I think it looks great but I would maybe simplify the hop schedule a bit. The brown malt works wonders!
Sounds strange but I have started using a blend of wy2565 and Nottingham for my cream ale. Delish!