I'm brewing my first mild tomorrow. Can't really change much now - I already crushed the grain - but here's the recipe: Por-Mo Mild Maris Otter - 4# Munich malt - 2# Brown malt - 12 oz C-120 - 4 oz Amber malt - 4oz Cara Belge - 4 oz (it's 22L c-malt) Carafa 2 - 3 0z (just to bump the color up and give the flavor a bit of oomph) And finally, the secret ingredient: 2 oz of lactose. Not a conventional ingredient, I know, but milds are supposed to be a little sweet and to have good mouthfeel, and I have some, so what the heck, I figure. Hops: .5 Oz magnum leaf, 60 min. .125 oz ea Pride of Ringwood/Motueka, 20 minutes .25 oz ea POR/Mo, 10 min. .25 oz ea. POR/Mo, flameout. Probably using Danstar Windsor, but I have a pouch of S-04 and might use that. It comes up to 1.036 OG, 33.3 IBU, 3.6% ABV, assuming 70% brewhouse efficiency. I'm mainly using the Mag because the others are pellet and my setup drains better with some leaf in the mix. What do you guys think? You don't see a lot of mild recipes - anyone else got one?