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If this one turns out, I'll serve it as my 'House' beer (Biru) to friends visiting my koi garden (niwa).? Niwa-Biru Pale Ale Canadian Blonde HME, 1.87 lb. Rahr 2-row, 0.5 lb. Flaked rice, 0.25 lb. BrewMax Pale LME, 0.55 lb. Sorachi Ace, 0.5 oz., 10 min. Sorachi Ace, 0.5 oz., 5 min. Safale US-05 Mini-mash milled grains for 45 min. @ 150 F. Sparge. Add LME, heat to hot-break, then boil 15 min. HME @ f/o. OG 1.047 SRM 4 IBU 43
No Cerveza HME in this one -- sorry Mexico, went with Canada this time. Belgian Blueberry Pale Ale Canadian Blonde HME, 1.87 lb. Pale Ale malt, 1 lb. Chateau Monastique, 0.25 lb. CaraBelge, 0.25 lb. CaraMunich Type 1, 0.18 lb. Honey malt, 0.12 lb. Oregon Blueberries, 15 oz. Bramling Cross, 0.5 oz., 15 min. Spalter Select, 0.5 oz., 5 min. Mangrove Jack's Belgian Ale M41 yeast HME + mini-mash (60 min. @ 152 F) Sparge with 3 cups hot water 30 min. boil Add puréed blueberries following primary fermentation. OG 1.052 IBU 28 SRM 8
I was looking to make a light lemony Saison so thought I might be able to from the Canadian Blonde HME. It has a low IBU so I can use extra hops to get the flavors I want and attain around 20 IBUs. I am aiming at about 5% ABV. I am looking at this as a recipe........ Comments? Saison. Mr B Canadian Blonde 13 IBU, 3.1-3.5 ABV, 1.89 lb HME 0.25 lb Pilsner DME 0.5 oz ~ adds 0.5 ABV 0.5 lb Wheat DME ~ adds 1.0 ABV 0.2 lb Vienna Malt LME or 4 oz Grain mash. (I have the LME on hand but worry about adding too much) ~ if LME adds maybe < 0.5 ABV? I need 7 IBUs (C. Blonde is 13 IBUs) - 0.5 oz each Strisselpalt and Saaz mixed. Boil and remove 0.5 oz 10 min. in DME (figuring about 4 Alpha acid calculates at 7 IBUs), add 0.5 oz at flameout for aroma. Yeast Wyeast 3711 - or T-58 or - Belle Saison. I have T-58 on hand. I used Belle Saison for the seasonal and I liked that but 3711 advertises a lemony character that I like and I got lemony in some Belgian beers and I have been trying to find for a long time. So I thought I would try it.