What should I brew?

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  1. Lee Tucker

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    So I've got a bit of inventory built up and am trying to decide what to brew next session. Here's what I have for inventory, any ideas?
    719 Grams American - Caramel / Crystal 120L
    12 Ounces American - Caramel / Crystal 40L
    5 Ounces American - Caramel / Crystal 80L
    2.5 Ounces American - Munich - Light 10L
    8 Pounds American - Pale 2-Row
    1 Pound Belgian - Aromatic
    10 Ounces German - CaraMunich II
    13 Ounces German - Carapils
    8.5 Ounces German - Munich Dark
    4 Ounces German - Pilsner
    8 Ounces Lactose (Milk Sugar)
    540 Grams United Kingdom - Chocolate
    8 Pounds United Kingdom - Maris Otter Pale

    3.5 Ounces Amarillo
    0.75 Ounces Brewer's Gold
    1.5 Ounces Cascade
    2 Ounces Centennial
    0.5 Ounces Chinook
    1.5 Ounces Columbus
    1.5 Ounces Galena
    1 Ounce Hersbrucker
    0.5 Ounces Kent Goldings
    3.45 Ounces Magnum
    0.25 Ounces Northern Brewer
    1 Ounce Perle
    0.4 Ounces Simcoe
    5.5 Ounces Simcoe
    0.25 Ounces Styrian Goldings
    1.25 Ounces Willamette
     
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    In answer to your original question, what do you like?
     
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    Just about everything to be honest! Only exception would be rye or sours.
     
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    you can scale it down if you need to, been around for years, very good recipe
     

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