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Doppelmunder Import?

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I've been wondering what to do with an expired HME so I milled some grain and brewed up a Doppelbock for next Spring:

 

Doppelmunder Import

2014 Summer Seasonal Dortmunder Export (best before March, 2016)

Booster, ½ pack

Pilsen malt, 4 oz.

Munich Type I, 4 oz.

Special B, 4 oz.

CaraMunich Type II, 3 oz

Carafa Special II (dehusked), 2 oz.

Hersbrucker, 1 oz. 10-min. boil

Mangrove Jack's M84 Bohemian Lager yeast

 

OG was 1.074

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1 hour ago, Bonsai & Brew said:

I've been wondering what to do with an expired HME so I milled some grain and brewed up a Doppelbock for next Spring:

 

Doppelmunder Import

2014 Summer Seasonal Dortmunder Export (best before March, 2016)

Booster, ½ pack

Pilsen malt, 4 oz.

Munich Type I, 4 oz.

Special B, 4 oz.

CaraMunich Type II, 3 oz

Carafa Special II (dehusked), 2 oz.

Hersbrucker, 1 oz. 10-min. boil

Mangrove Jack's M84 Bohemian Lager yeast

 

OG was 1.074

That looks really good, B&B!  You create such interesting recipes, and I think this might turn out to be one of your best.

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1 hour ago, MichaelL said:

That looks really good, B&B!  You create such interesting recipes, and I think this might turn out to be one of your best.

Thanks Michael!  I blame Qbrew, BSG Craftbrewing, craftbeer.com, the BJCP, but especially all the crazies running around on this Forum (you know who you are)!;) 

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On October 26, 2016 at 8:37 AM, HoppySmile! said:

lemme know how this turns out. I have four Dortmunders

 

Tasting notes 3/24/17:  Nice, dark and malty 6.6% ABV lager with definite Munich flavors that balance quite well with the Hersbrucker addition.  Having a hard time picking up on the Special B, but this beer is good enough to justify picking up another Mr. Beer Dortmunder or two and fermenting with Saflager w-34/70 next time (attenuation with the MJ Bohemian Lager M84 yeast was only 68%).  Overall, a pretty tasty Doppelbock to celebrate the return of Spring.??

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