Ordinary bitter

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    Just bottled up a 6 litre batch of 'Brakspear' bitter. A loosely followed and tinkered with recipie for this Oxfordshire brewed bitter.
    Judging from the aroma and a taste prior to bottling i am hoping this is going to be my best attempt at a bitter so far.
    6 litre batch biab(dunk sparge), 90 min mash, 70 min boil
    OG 1.036 FG .1.007/8. ABV 3.75%.ibu 30.52.srm 9.81.
    660 grms Irish pale malt
    310 grms Irish stout malt
    27 grms Crystal malt (90L)
    8 grms Black malt
    20 grms Flaked barley
    8 grm challenger pellets 70 min
    1/2 protofloc tablet 15 min
    4 grm Styrian goldings 2 min
    1/2 pack Gervin yeast re hydrated
    4 grm Styrian goldings dry hop 5 days
     
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