Beer of the Month

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  1. Trialben

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    @Yooper what became of this thread Yooper weren't you going to brew em all and select your yummiest 1st prise :D.

    1st Prize gets Palmer book on water doesn't She/he or a pound of the hops of their choice! Ok I'll stop dreaming.
     
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    It sort of died, didn't it? I'll think about resurrecting it soon- I think the only "prize" will be to feature the recipe in an upcoming newsletter. It would be 10 seconds of fame for the submitter, and my thanks as well.
     
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    great idea yes looks like a delish beer.
     
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    The 2:1 golden ratio. Magical malt combination for continental beers. I have something very similar lagering right now.
     
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    Oh, that looks great! I can imagine how wonderful it would be to drink while sitting on the porch.
     
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    Would a simple 5/12ths conversion work to go from your 12 gallon recipe to a 5 gallon batch. I am assuming so, but just in case, I thought I’d ask. Looks like that will be our next brew after the Banana Nut Bread Ale that we’ll be brewing this weekend. In lieu of the Dan-Star BR97, I am thinking on Wyeast 1217. Thoughts?
     
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    this is converted to a 5.5g in the fermenter
    FERMENTABLES:
    6 lb - American - Pilsner
    3 lb - American - Vienna
    2 lb - Flaked Rice

    HOPS:
    0.5 oz - Magnum,
    1 oz - Hallertau Mittelfruh,
     
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    This does look like a nice easy drinker for the warmer months.
    As for subbing 1217, that should work great. Won't be too far off the danstar
     
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    Only that I expected all the mash schedules to look like your festbier
     
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    yes just changed that last night, I'm recreating an old German beer just like they did just for fun and changed it to a 15 gallon batch so ill need the extra sugar for the loss in efficiency
     
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    So this thread is stickied at the top of the list - Yooper can you add the recent winner winnner's recipe to this thread?


    Maybe others will start posting again . I like seeing the entries
     
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