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Post time 2022-9-27 17:02:02 | Show all posts |Read mode
Ok folks, brew attempt 2 coming. Here is a recipe I found for a SMaSH. I am curious to try this idea as I am hoping that it might keep things a bit smoother. Let me know what you all think. Any and all suggestions are welcome. BTW, this was entered at the original production total of 5.5 Gallons and then converted to my Small Batch needs at 3 Gallons post boil.
I can't wait to see what you all have to share with me on this. Thanks in advance.
https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/1316635/yellow-rose-smash-sb
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Post time 2022-9-27 17:02:39 | Show all posts
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In Edit, you have to slide the "share recipe" button over to green.
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 Author| Post time 2022-9-27 17:03:23 | Show all posts
Sorry give me about 20 minutes.
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Post time 2022-9-27 17:03:54 | Show all posts
Looks fine to me.  I like the idea of a SMaSH.  Great way to learn no matter the level of your brewing experience.
Mosaic is a nice choice.  I'm a bit confused on the hopping schedule, but as long as you have your head wrapped around it, all is good.  And WLP001 is a fine choice.
I forget your source water, but you might consider adding a bit of Gypsum to help accentuate the hops.  Or not.  
My only question is...have you addressed the gravity issue that you had last time?
Cheers!
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 Author| Post time 2022-9-27 17:04:44 | Show all posts
Yes, instead of Steeping I accidentally boiled everything.
The timing might be different based on the weight of the grain I am using.  Checking with a friend on the time.
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Post time 2022-9-27 17:05:31 | Show all posts
Well, that'll do it.
Apologies for getting lost in the different threads, but what type of set up are you using?  BIAB, Mashing in a cooler, Electric all-in-one....
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 Author| Post time 2022-9-27 17:06:12 | Show all posts
Running a BIAB is my current plan right now.
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