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2 years 9 months ago #3864 by Finnroo
Replied by Finnroo on topic Stone & wood pacific ale clone
I think you might be able to no worries. I mash at 3 or 4 litres to 1 kg of grain. So 4 kg of grain, so 3x4 = 12 litres plus the grain bering 4 kg im thinking in my poor old head i would give it a go. Gash will jump in here if ive missed anything but in my minds eye it should work. cheers takecare

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2 years 9 months ago #3866 by Gash
Replied by Gash on topic Stone & wood pacific ale clone
You probably could mash, umm say 12L of water and 4kg of grain.. hmmm might be awkward but it would work.. but I see problems with the sparge, say for 20L batch you'd want at least 25L so you'd have to sparge with around 18L that would be more awkward.. and you couldnt boil the whole amount in one pot, though not impossible in batches... Be an easier brew day to use some dry malt or a tin or something.

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2 years 9 months ago #3867 by cliveinthemiddle
Replied by cliveinthemiddle on topic Stone & wood pacific ale clone
Thanks for the replies. Might be too big a challenge for my 2nd brew!
Has anyone ever made this beer with tins or a mini mash combo?

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Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Wed 13 Oct - 15:17

Hope you are all staying safe and brewing hard out. If your in the south ,its hop growing time so treat them with some worm juice and manure. Cheers

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Sat 18 Sep - 15:56

Nice Skid, haha enjoy your brew Trev. lol.

SkidBaxter's Avatar SkidBaxter - Thu 16 Sep - 13:57

Bottled up a milk stout today, then brewed a pale ale "Sailing the C of Three Ale." Enjoying a Goat Scrotum Porter now (see Charlie Papazian/Complete Joy of Homebrewing) and feeling the effects! lol

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SkidBaxter's Avatar SkidBaxter - Thu 5 Aug - 15:05

Packaged up a simple ale today with Idaho-7 and finished with Michigan Copper. Tasty!

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