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  • #18433
    justin wiki
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    OK, how about a can of whatever only, no LME just a can in a 10BK, maybe hops and grains, but just a standard can?
    As apposed to halving a can and LME in the bk10?
    Cheers

    #18435
    Nolan
    Participant

    Just tried that.

    1 can of Premium Lager 1.7 kg:
    https://williamswarn.com/nz/product/ingredients/ww-premium-lager-incl-yeast/

    50 g of steeped Motueka Cone Hops:
    http://www.brewshop.co.nz/hops-cone-motueka.html

    250 g of steeped Malt (Munich / Vienna / Pilsener / Light Lager / Wheat)

    This beer not only looks marvellous it taste’s absolutely delicious.

    #18440
    brendos
    Participant

    Doing it this way will put the beer outside the intended style guidelines (ie IBU’s and Colour). In saying this, when did Garage Project (for instance) care about tradition!

    #18441
    Nolan
    Participant

    Well, call this “creative home brewing”… Thinking outside the box… That’s the pleasure…

    Even this beer was outside any Style Guidelines and Tradition, it was absolutely delicious.
    My guest’s drunk the BrewKeg empty in a couple of hours and were asking for more.

    #18442
    brendos
    Participant

    Definitely, go for taste over style. A beer outside the guidelines doesnt all of a sudden make it not a beer. Have some fun.

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