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Belgian Blonde Ale Partial Mash w/more grain less extract
Belgian-Style Blonde Ale - Partial Mash
I used the template recipe but wanted to use more grain, as I can mash about 4 pounds on the counter top pretty easily.
- 2.5 lbs (1.13 kg) Belgian Pilsner 2-Row (2 °L)
- 0.5 lbs (0.23 kg) Munich Malt (9 °L)
- 0.5 lbs (0.23 kg) CaraPils (2 °L)
- After Boil
- 1 lbs (0.45 kg) Extra Light Dry Malt Extract (1 °L)
- 3 lbs (1.36 kg) Light Liquid Malt Extract (4 °L)
- 0.5 lbs (0.23 kg) Orange Blossom Honey (4 °L)
- 1 oz (28.35 g) Tettnanger Pellet 4.4% AA (Boil - 60 mins)
- 0.5 oz (14.17 g) Spalter Pellet 5.55% AA (Boil - 15 mins)
- 0.5 oz (14.17 g) Spalter Pellet 5.55% AA (Boil - 0 mins)
- Safbrew T-58 (Dry)
Soak crushed grains in 2 gallons of water at 150 F for 30 mins. Add dry extract then bring to a boil.
Add hops at times given. Add liquid extract with 15 mins left in the boil. Transfer to primary, top off with cool water to reach 5 gallons and pitch yeast.
Corn sugar is used for bottle priming.
Hold in primary fermentor for 10 days at 72 °F (22 °C).
Transfer to secondary fermentor for 11 days.
Allow to carbonate and age for 14 days.
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