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Looking for a Belgian Ale.

#1 Post by supersloth » Wed Feb 21, 2007 10:32 am

Hello everyone.I am looking for a good AG recipe for 1388 Belgian Strong Ale Yeast. Something around 6%. Maybe a small golden? Any ideas?


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#2 Post by Blktre » Wed Mar 07, 2007 5:11 pm

Gordo,
These grain bills can go w/ 100% Pilsner or you can add in small percentages some Munich or Wheat. Sugar can go in upwards of 20% but reality is more in the 12-16% of the bill. This of course depends on how big you want your beer. Hops can go Styrian Goldings and knocked out w/ Saaz, or SG's all the way thru. Im actually brewing a 1.085 Golden Strong on Fri. Stop by if you want or get w/ me at the meeting Thurs.....Im not sure if you want a set recipe or just a guideline......
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