What's your next brew

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  1. Dilbert Fizzwinkle

    Dilbert Fizzwinkle Well-Known Member

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    I think my next brew will be a Florida IPA or Flipa as it were.
    Not too hop forward as I'm not a big bitterness fan and I'm not shipping it to Mumbai anyway.
    But it oughta be fun!
     
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    A light weight West Coast IPA next up here. OG 1.054 with Centennial, CTZ and Simcoe for about 64 IBUs. Should weigh in at just over 6$ ABV. Hoping to brew mid-week.
     
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    What yeast are you using? M44?? That’s some serious attenuation to get you over 6%.
     
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    That sounds delicious
     
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    Janet's Brown Ale. Fall is here, time for some maltier beers.
     
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    I don't know, might take a swag at an Irish Red or another variation of my Dirty Bohemian(Red Bohemian?)...
     
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    Pitching fresh M36 slurry. Using 10% sucrose and a 90 minute mash at 152. Expecting ~83% AA.
     
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    My next brew is an attempt to replicate the Brewdog PUNK IPA (recipe published here: https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1016685/punky-munky ) It is called Punky Munky.
    This is the original recipe from them produced from 2007 - 2010. A later version has a slightly different Hop summary and a Dry hopping load - this version does not so I am trying this one first just to see how it turns out.

    Obviously a new label is required...

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    I've got another Two Hearted clone that I had slated to brew next, but I may end up brewing a batch of Nautical Star first just to change it up some. I've done 4 versions of Two Hearted and kinda ready for a something different and dark to bring in the cooler weather.
     
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    Love the Nautical Star and will definitely be brewing a batch soon.
     
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    That will be my next brew as well
     
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    When I see him again I'll let Martin know how popular his beer is here. Time for me to brew a batch, too.
     
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    Next up is a munich dunkel called Dunkeldore
     
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    Just ordered up my ingredients for Nautical Star. Can't wait!
    Man I miss not having a local brew store. Ordering everything online kinda blows. I did find out how to get Root Shoot again though so I'll be buying bulk soon. I just need to prepare for keeping bulk grains.
     
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    Must be some pretty good malt then Thinderwagon i look forward to the Nautical Star
     
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    It's very good malt imo, and it's all farmed from the land surrounding mine and some other local farms also. Not to mention I can literally see the malting facility from my window. It's the next farm over across the street. Might sound silly but I find the grains much more plump and have my mill set to when I was able to get their grains. I've been getting a lot of viking and even some rahr lately and find it slides right through my mill a bit more and just seems more -shriveled up-.
     
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    Something dark with Maris otter. Probably a brown ale of some sort.
     
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    Sounds like gladfields malts more plump they tout the best malt in the world something to do with that salty sea fresh air or something.
    Well it is "Craft" beer cant get more craft than using local maltster the next biggest ingredient other than water that goes into the delicious product:).
     
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    Next up is a simple Pale Ale with 91% Briess Brewers Malt and 9% C15. A 5.25 gallon batch, 1.055 OG, with 1 ounce additions of Cascade at 30, 15, 5 & 0. (working on finishing up some 4.28% AA Cascades), and a 60 minute addition of Bravo to make up the rest of the 43 IBUs. Mashing @ 153 and fermenting @66 with BRY-97. Should weigh in at ~5.6% ABV.
     
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