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  1. #1501

    Quote Originally Posted by BeerHolic View Post
    Did a black IPA with Southern Passion and Cascade last weekend. Did a Belgian Abbey the weekend with Southern Aroma. First time using Southern Aroma in a Belgian beer, hit my highest effeciency with this beer 80%.
    Nice one, I like to hear what you think of S.Passion paired with Cascade. I'm kegging a Passion Cascade Blonde this weekend.

    I brewed version 3 of my 2.5 % abv Extra Lite Lager early (5am) this morning.
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  2. #1502
    Quote Originally Posted by Harhm View Post
    Nice one, I like to hear what you think of S.Passion paired with Cascade. I'm kegging a Passion Cascade Blonde this weekend.

    I brewed version 3 of my 2.5 % abv Extra Lite Lager early (5am) this morning.
    Will let you know as soon as I taste, should be next weekend. I have only done one lager to date a Marzen, really loved it. Planning my first Pilsner and Helles Aug/Sep. Man you are an early riser, earlist I have started to brew is 6:30 am.
    Did a Golden Ale a couple of months ago with Cascade and Southern Aroma, turned out quite good, enjoyed the hop combination, this beer was also a hit with the ladies.

    Let me know what you think of your Passion Cascade Blonde.
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  3. #1503
    I'm at one of those stages where I am long overdue a brewday, and want to use what I have before ingredients get too stale. Any recipe suggestions for the following ingredients I have: (I typically do an 18l batch using 4.5kg of grain)

    Malts. All in kg:

    Pilsener 2
    Carapils 0.7
    Wheat malt 0.3
    Sab pale 3
    Pale crystal 0.1
    Med crystal 0.6
    Munich malt II. 0.5
    Caramunich I. 0.8

    Hops. All in g:

    Saaz 100
    Xja2 60
    T90 30
    J17 75
    S. Passion 35
    S. Aroma 50
    S. Star 100
    Cascade 60
    Columbus 100
    U1/132 40
    U1/108 100

    Edit:yeast
    S04
    US05
    S23
    S23
    K97
    Nottingham ale

    Any ideas would be appreciated. I'm thinking along the lines of a Pilsener and then a hoppedtohell Neipa or something like that
    Last edited by Langchop; 23rd June 2019 at 10:07. Reason: Yeasties
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    Colour profile on BS3 tends to let me say American Amber or British Strong Ale or even a nice Red IPA.

    Since you have all those hops, I'd gravitate to a Double Red IPA. (Not a style on its own, it's a combination of Red IPA and Double IPA and who needs style guides anyway )

  5. #1505
    A NEIPA would take care of the hops and the lighter grains, just add more wheat and oats. A Irish Red would take care of the malts, just add a little roast barley.
    Last edited by Harhm; 23rd June 2019 at 12:47.
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  6. #1506
    Good ideas, thank you. Never thought of a red, but that's something i am definately keen to try.
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    Brewed Belgian Triple on Saturday. OG came in quite a bit lower than planned. I think the malt might be a bit old.

    The yeast was Liquid Culture's Trappist Yeast - can't remember the exact name. I reused the same yeast for a Single, a Dubbel and finally, a Triple.
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    Brewed a Wee Heavy on Saturday. Water volumes were WAY out on BS3, so we did an extended boil and the OG and volumes were eventually spot on.
    Not too worried because I reckon the flavours from Maillard reaction during the boil is within style.

    Really have to sort out those equipment profiles.......

  9. #1509
    Ok, just as tinkered with on BS app on my phone, from available ingredients that I have and comments here. The upcoming brews

    Saaz Bohemian Pilsener (~20L)

    2kg pilsener malt
    1.8kg pale palt
    0.70 kg carapils
    0.2kg medium crystal malt

    26g Southern Star @ 60min
    30g Saaz @ 30 min
    40g Saaz @ 10 min
    30g Saaz @ flameout
    [Maybe reallocate some of the Saaz above to dry hop a bit as well/ instead?)

    Saflager S-23

    1.050 OG
    4.8% ABV
    39.5 IBU
    4.4 SRM

    Hack n Bash Light Hoppy Red Ale ~20L (Just to use what I have and see what comes out -Limited pale malt left-might be low on enzymes):

    1.2kg pale malt
    0.8kg Caramunich 1
    0.6kg Medium crystal
    0.5kg Munich 2
    0.2kg wheat malt

    Hop types/ schedule/ IBU tbd
    Might scale down volume to up the OG
    Likely US05 yeast

    1.035 OG
    3.4% ABV


    Tear it apart with comments or warnings!

    Now I just need to convince the wife that brewing these is more important than watching the little one
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  10. #1510

    Quote Originally Posted by Langchop View Post

    Saaz Bohemian Pilsener (~20L)

    2kg pilsener malt
    1.8kg pale palt
    0.70 kg carapils
    0.2kg medium crystal malt

    26g Southern Star @ 60min
    30g Saaz @ 30 min
    40g Saaz @ 10 min
    30g Saaz @ flameout
    [Maybe reallocate some of the Saaz above to dry hop a bit as well/ instead?)

    Saflager S-23

    1.050 OG
    4.8% ABV
    39.5 IBU
    4.4 SRM

    Tear it apart with comments or warnings!
    I did put your recipe into my GF profile on BS and get to 60 IBU - Just double check the IBU's. I used S.Star 12% AA Saaz 4.5% AA fault more than likely on my side, I don't use the GF profile a lot..

    I love drinking and brewing Pilsners, and I'm sure this will be a very good beer

    I like the grain bill (malty with a touch of sweetness and character from the Med Crystal, although using crystal is non traditional in Pilsners 4% isn't that much anyway and will set your beer apart from other Pilsners)

    Leave the hops as is, maybe for me its a bit low on the 30min and a little bit high on the 10 min but its all personal preference after 30 min anyway.

    Go for it !
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