Xmas Amber

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  1. Brewberk

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    http://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/r ... 28/xma-1-1

    Hi, new member and first post here.

    Looking to do this Amber for xmas, going to throw orange peel, cinamon sticks, a clove or two and maybe some nutmeg/ginger into the boil with 10 mins left.

    Just looking for advice/tips to improve or if there appears to be anything drastically wrong with the recipe.

    Thanks in advance,

    Matt
     
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    I think it will be a great beer, good work
     
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    I usually add my spices and such at either 5 min or 0 min. It looks like more of an English style beer so an English yeast might be more appropriate
     
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    Thanks guys, I will throw spices in at 5 mins instead of 10.
    Brewing in a couple of days and stuck with the wyeast now but I'll post the results and consider matching up the yeast with the style depending on results.
     

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