Community recipe?

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  1. Sunfire96

    Sunfire96 Well-Known Member

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    I see that ya'll used to do a community recipe every few months...what happened? That sounds super interesting, would anyone be interested in getting that going again?
     
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    How about a Scottish Export Ale in honor of the departed Sir Connery...Bond, James Bond.
     
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    starting out heavy in the specialty grains, eh? lol
     
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    Let hear it!
     
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    We did one aka "Nautical Stout".
    Then it just tapered off after that so yup I'm down for something. Scottish Export sounds good to me:rolleyes:
     
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    Unfortunately I've got my next three batches all ready to go so I may be a late comer if you guys get something going. The Nautical Star from the last go round is up next for me.
     
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    Looks doable that crystal 200 might be hard to match my end of the globe.
    But the rest looks gettable maybe I'll go roasted barley in place of the prince.
    And it might end up with kviek :rolleyes:
     
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    Welp, my next brew will probably be an extra pale ale. Maybe we can try again in the future! :)
     
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    I proposed the Nautical Star - who wants to go next?
     
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    Looks very good. I have made a copy and converted it for all the "Squirrels" as you call us - apparently - i.e. all using Imperial measures. It is on my list of beers to do next.

    I've kept the same name: Oh and I have tweaked the water to make it like the water we have in my home town of Edinburgh - where McEwans Export comes from.
    https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1075932/international-export-007
     
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    I had McEwans on draft In Edinburgh and it was heavenly. Took a pic so I wouldn’t forget to look in stores
     
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    Forgot to get Maris Otter on the way home today, going to substitute equal parts Viking Pilsner and Golden Ale...brewing this up, early in the am.
     
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    Probably next brew for me. I’ll have to put some C60 in the oven to get the darker malt. Not placing any orders yet. I have enough grain Left for 4 brews I won’t be able to do this recipe as is until I order stuff otherwise
     
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    And the boil kettle is heating...had kind of a , duh, moment last night...should have called it Universal Export, if you know, you know.
     
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    Maybe should have been Blonde, James Blonde lol
     
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    So I've been giving the community recipe thing a bit more thought the evening.

    Why dont we do a bit of a pass the buck type thing where one by one the regular brewers on this forum can put forward their favourite homebrew recipe they brew regularly? It could be a quarterly thing or more frequently just to give everyone time to make a choice to go ahead and brew it and gather ingredients for the recipe.
    Maybe it could work?

    A bit of a speal about what you love about it, why you brew it so often.
    Maybe different variations you've tried or yeast choices one could think about using when brewing.

    This could also be a way to test our brewing abilities and make us brew beers we dont brew.

    Anyhow what do we think you rekon it might be a goer?

    I would be more than happy to brew your fav recipes.
    Cheers.;)
     
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    Yeah my main thing right now is the planning. In order to take advantage of MoreBeer's free shipping program I'm now ordering ingredients for 3-4 brews at once. That and the fact I'm currently at about a one brew a month pace means I currently have all my brews through February planned. I have a porter planned for January so I could actually with a couple substitutions make a similar beer to you guys. I would just have a pound of victory malt I'd have to figure out how to repurpose. What a terrible problem to have! :D
     
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    This is a good way to do it.
     
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