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making recipees

Postby stouts » Fri Sep 13, 2002 8:13 pm

hey all, my next batch will be an all grainer (first time) and i think its time to start wrighting my own recipees. where do ya start when learning to design a recipee? thanks jay
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Right here is a goodplace to start

Postby Azorean Brewer » Sat Sep 14, 2002 1:03 am

Jay, I have found that you should think about the recipe style you want to brew, go in and read some recipes from that style. Get a good idea of what you should build upon and ask questions. Also a book by Tess and Mark Szamatulski "Clone Brews" has recipes that make it easy for the first timer to duplicate his/her favorite brew from all grain. The way they set up the book is that all recipes are in extract & all grain. Good luck and welcome to the next step.

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Excellent Reference

Postby BillyBock » Sat Sep 14, 2002 6:39 am

"Designing Great Beers" by Ray Daniels is also an excellent reference. I can't say enough about it. Additionally, there are the Classic Beer Style Series of which I have 3 titles, Stout, Brown Ale, and Pale Ale. These are also great references with sample recipes, history, etc.

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Porter book

Postby EmeticAle » Sat Sep 14, 2002 5:54 pm

Porter by the same fellow who did Pale Ale is my favorite in the series. He's good. I gotta check designing great beers. Thank!
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