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1 hour ago, Fire Rooster said:

IPA's, and not high in alcohol.

Calavera Spiced Chile Stout looks like it may be good.

Santa Rita Pale Ale is a favorite of mine (and of everyone I've served it to).  At 5.9%ABV, it's not too high octane.

I really enjoyed the Calavera.  When I made it I used one Ancho chile and thought the chile taste was too subtle.  Next time I make it I'm going to use two.

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4 hours ago, RickBeer said:

I suggest you review the Mr. Beer partial mash recipes and pick ones that are using base refills that you like.  A partial mash won't fix a base refill that you don't like.  

That should be etched into the beer commandments!

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5 hours ago, Fire Rooster said:

 

No, I'm not a Mexican Beer fan, or anything using a booster

oh.....then well....ok then? i'm not familiar with that concept...

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4 hours ago, Shrike said:

Santa Rita Pale Ale is a favorite of mine (and of everyone I've served it to).  At 5.9%ABV, it's not too high octane.

I really enjoyed the Calavera.  When I made it I used one Ancho chile and thought the chile taste was too subtle.  Next time I make it I'm going to use two.

Yes, that Santa Rita looks good.  I think that will be the next one.

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43 minutes ago, Fire Rooster said:

Made the Sticky Wicket, pressure cooker worked like a charm.

Any uses for the left over malt ?

It's great in homemade bread.

 

I also spread it out on a baking sheet and put it in the oven at the lowest setting.  Let it go for a couple of hours, stirring about every 20 minutes, until it's dried.  I let it cool, then put it in the bird feeder.  They love it.

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1 hour ago, Shrike said:

It's great in homemade bread.

 

I also spread it out on a baking sheet and put it in the oven at the lowest setting.  Let it go for a couple of hours, stirring about every 20 minutes, until it's dried.  I let it cool, then put it in the bird feeder.  They love it.

i googled "spent grains bread recipe" and found one earlier this year. tried it and it was great! highly recommend. 

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12 hours ago, Jdub said:

i googled "spent grains bread recipe" and found one earlier this year. tried it and it was great! highly recommend. 

 

13 hours ago, Shrike said:

It's great in homemade bread.

 

I also spread it out on a baking sheet and put it in the oven at the lowest setting.  Let it go for a couple of hours, stirring about every 20 minutes, until it's dried.  I let it cool, then put it in the bird feeder.  They love it.

Thanks, but I meant the unused 2oz Chocolate malt & 2oz 2-row brewers malt.

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You can use the 2-row in any partial mash.

 

The Chocolate should be saved for an appropriate batch.

 

Store the bags in the freezer with as much air pushed out of them as possible and well sealed.  Then stick that bag in a container or another bag, with air squeezed out of it also.

 

They will keep for a long time.

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1 hour ago, RickBeer said:

You can use the 2-row in any partial mash.

 

The Chocolate should be saved for an appropriate batch.

 

Store the bags in the freezer with as much air pushed out of them as possible and well sealed.  Then stick that bag in a container or another bag, with air squeezed out of it also.

 

They will keep for a long time.

Done, good to know.

Thanks

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