AIPA, IRA and RIS

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  1. Asztalsarka

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    they all look good especially the pale ale, I will say the stout ending gravity is pretty high and will be quite thick on the pallet but that depends on the yeast, that is whats great about home brew "you never know" lol I would say brew all just as you have them and report back
     
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    25% Caramel malt in an IPA certainly isn't to style.
    I've actually reduced or eliminated all the caramel malt in my IPA's

    32% in your RIS is too much as well. With only 55% base malt (you get almost no fermentable sugars from Chocolate and Roasted Barley), I believe your anticipated attenuation will be significantly lower than 75%.

    Brian
     

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