Recipe Help

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Zaxxle
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Recipe Help

Greetings!

Just joined the forums to look for help on my first "original" recipe. I was inspired by "The Mighty Oat" episode 4 of the brew files to use oat in an American IPA to make it similar to that New England style described in the episode.

 

I wanted to post the recipe so more experienced brewers could tell me if I am missing something in the recipe that will cause it to fail out of the gate. Any and all help/advice is appreciated!

I am using a 5 gallon cooler mash tun and using the batch sparge method.

Citra is in whole leaf and Calypso in pellets (cost consideration)

Mash:

.5 oz Citra

9lb Pale 2-row

1lb 11.2 oz Oats, flaked (toasted as Drew described in episode 4 of brew files. This specific amount because thats the final amount I ended up with)

8 oz Rice Hulls

1lb Munich 20L

Boil:

.5 oz Citra 60 min

.5 oz Citra 40 min

.5 oz Calypso 20 min

.5 oz Calypso 15 min 

1/2 Whirlfloc Tablet 15 min

.5 oz Calypso 10 min

.5 oz Calypso 5 min

Safale US-05 for the Yeast

Dry Hop with 2 oz of Citra for last 7 days.

Let me know if you think this will work or if I am missing something or attempting to combine flavors that just do not work. Appreciate it!

goatman
Hey guys. Im loving this

Hey guys. Im loving this awsome podcast. Just for fun Im wanting to see how cheap i can make an acceptable beer. I feed my animals this steam rolled corn and barley. Sometimes I buy it coated with mollasis. this stuff is cheap. $14 for 70 pounds. If i added this stuff to my mash would it be problematic? How much of the grain bill could it take up and still work well? Do you know of anyone who has tried it? It seems to me that it should work but would love to hear the learned opinions of the experts before i potentialy waste a brew day.

Thanks again for the great podcast

Goat Brewer

goatman
Hey guys. Im loving this

Hey guys. Im loving this awsome podcast. Just for fun Im wanting to see how cheap i can make an acceptable beer. I feed my animals this steam rolled corn and barley. Sometimes I buy it coated with mollasis. this stuff is cheap. $14 for 70 pounds. If i added this stuff to my mash would it be problematic? How much of the grain bill could it take up and still work well? Do you know of anyone who has tried it? It seems to me that it should work but would love to hear the learned opinions of the experts before i potentialy waste a brew day.

Thanks again for the great podcast

Goat Brewer