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Steve

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The kind permission has been given from Denny Conn and Drew Beechum to publish this recipe from there Homebrew All Stars book, you can find this recipe on page 91, if you have not bought this book yet, get it bought it's a cracker! Top lads these two are [thumb]

Grain Bill

3.6kg Pale Malt
1.75kg Munich Malt 
0.566g Crystal Malt L ( converted at 25.2 EBC, will be using 30 EBC)
0.226g Choc Malt 350L ( converted at 932EBC will be using 1060 EBC )

Mash

Rest 67c

Hops

14g Magnum  @ 60 Mins
6g Columbus @ 45 Mins
14g Willamette @ 45 Mins
7g Willamette @ 30 Mins
7g Willamette @ 15 Mins
28g Chinook @ 0 Mins

Yeast

WY1450 Denny's Favourite 50


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Today i will be brewing this little number, the yeast turned up during the week, and the hops yesterday, the hops are from our forum friends Crossmyloof ( another great bit of service there Steven! )
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Looks like a nice recipe that one, just ordered the book yesterday. Been meaning to pick it up for a while as it sounded really interesting on one of the podcasts I listen to, possibly the beersmith one. Look forward to seeing how this turns out.
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Looks like a nice recipe that one, just ordered the book yesterday. Been meaning to pick it up for a while as it sounded really interesting on one of the podcasts I listen to, possibly the beersmith one. Look forward to seeing how this turns out.


I might even pop a bottle up to you Iain [wink]
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I might even pop a bottle up to you Iain [wink]


Might hold you to that Steve [smile] You should post a bottle to anyone on the forum who posts a selfie holding Denny's book [wink]

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Just waiting for the boil now, it's certainly smelling good.

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looks good

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Boiling away nicely, 45 min hop additions just added.


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Boiling away nicely, 45 min hop additions just added.


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not jelious at all 😁

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Nice colour there Steve, smelling good?
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Nice colour there Steve, smelling good?


Smells great, all done now just cleaning up.
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Smells great, all done now just cleaning up.


Excellent work [smile] nothing like a good brewday!
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I've not done a brown ale but think i should. It will have to join the queue though.
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I'd highly reccomend a brown Ale, GHW - mine is fab after just 3 weeks in the bottle !
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6 day's in and we are at 1010, still quite cloudy but its tasting very nice so far.

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that's quick and has a nice colour to it
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