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Unread postby niels » Wed Jul 02, 2014 8:25 am

Here is an overview of all the recipes Speidel has published on their website. Since they are provided by the manufacturer of our beloved brewing pot I expect these to be nice recipes.

It does look like the yeast pitching rates are a bit low, though. I'll contact Speidel for some extra info about that.

The recipes are downloaded from the Speidel website and are added here for convenience.

- Niels

Source: http://www.speidels-braumeister.de/brewing-recipes.html

Bavaria Mandarina Ale
speidel_brewing_recipe_ale_bavaria_mandarina_bm_20-litre.pdf
Bavaria Mandarina Ale (20l)
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speidel_brewing_recipe_ale_bavaria_mandarina_bm_50-litre.pdf
Bavaria Mandarina Ale (50l)
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BBB Blackberry Beer
speidel_brewing_recipe_blackberrybeer_bm_20-litre.pdf
BBB Blackberry Beer (20l)
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speidel_brewing_recipe_blackberrybeer_bm_50-litre.pdf
BBB Blackberry Beer (50l)
(39.35 KiB) Downloaded 66 times

Bohemian Lager
speidel_brewing_recipe_bohemian_lager_bm_20-litre.pdf
Bohemian Lager (20l)
(39.02 KiB) Downloaded 212 times
speidel_brewing_recipe_bohemian_lager_bm_50-litre.pdf
Bohemian Lager (50l)
(39.05 KiB) Downloaded 76 times

Festival Beer
speidel_brewing_recipe_festival_beer_bm_20-litre.pdf
Festival Beer (20l)
(38.77 KiB) Downloaded 219 times
speidel_brewing_recipe_festival_beer_bm_50-litre.pdf
Festival Beer (50l)
(38.76 KiB) Downloaded 85 times

IPA
speidel_brewing_recipe_IPA_bm_20-litre.pdf
IPA (20l)
(38.78 KiB) Downloaded 567 times
speidel_brewing_recipe_IPA_bm_50-litre.pdf
IPA (50l)
(38.8 KiB) Downloaded 177 times

Oak Flavoured Beer
speidel_brewing_recipe_oak_flavoured_beer_bm_20-litre.pdf
Oak Flavoured Beer (20l)
(39.21 KiB) Downloaded 100 times
speidel_brewing_recipe_oak_flavoured_beer_bm_50-litre.pdf
Oak Flavoured Beer (50l)
(39.21 KiB) Downloaded 55 times

Pilsner
speidel_brewing_recipe_pilsner_bm_20-litre.pdf
Pilsner (20l)
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speidel_brewing_recipe_pilsner_bm_50-litre.pdf
Pilsner (50l)
(55.38 KiB) Downloaded 219 times

Smoked Beer
speidel_brewing_recipe_smoked_beer_bm_20-litre.pdf
Smoked Beer (20l)
(55.44 KiB) Downloaded 114 times
speidel_brewing_recipe_smoked_beer_bm_50-litre.pdf
Smoked Beer (50l)
(55.44 KiB) Downloaded 52 times

38° Wheat Beer
speidel_brewing_recipe_38_wheat_beer_bm_20-litre.pdf
38° Wheat Beer (20l)
(55.69 KiB) Downloaded 147 times
speidel_brewing_recipe_38_wheat_beer_bm_50-litre.pdf
38° Wheat Beer (50l)
(39.16 KiB) Downloaded 65 times

Wheat Beer
speidel_brewing_recipe_wheat_beer_bm_20-litre.pdf
Wheat Beer (20l)
(55.35 KiB) Downloaded 150 times
speidel_brewing_recipe_wheat_beer_bm_50-litre.pdf
Wheat Beer (50l)
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby dinnerstick » Wed Jul 02, 2014 2:50 pm

weird, the "smoked beer" 20L has the following mash schedule:
1 60 °C Start mashing
2 52 °C 0 min
3 63 °C 20 min
4 73 °C 30 min
5 78 °C 5 min
6 Boiling 80 min
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby Dicko » Wed Jul 02, 2014 8:17 pm

dinnerstick wrote:weird, the "smoked beer" 20L has the following mash schedule:
1 60 °C Start mashing
2 52 °C 0 min
3 63 °C 20 min
4 73 °C 30 min
5 78 °C 5 min
6 Boiling 80 min


They do have this caveat at the bottom of each recipe.

" At http://www.speidels-braumeister.de you will find further recipes.
The data of time, temperature and quantities are recommendations and without engagement."

Some of the other mash schedules are the same where they are by passing the rest at 52 deg but still are stating it in the mash programme.
I imagine by doing that you dont have to continually change the entire mash schedule if you are alternating between mashhes that have a protien rest and ones that don't.
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby hughjampton » Wed Jul 02, 2014 10:12 pm

The Speidel web site says 'Have you yourself come up with a good recipe for brewing and want to share it with other home brewers? Then please send it to us - we will publish it here' It doesn't state where the recipes have come from so they may have just been sent in by various people.

I'm thinking of doing the Festival beer but using WLP029 Kolsch yeast then cold crashing it at 1C for a few weeks.

I make a very simple Kolsch from Pilsner malt, carapils, Saaz and WL029. I'm drinking a pint as I type this and I like it a lot. The yeast accentuates the flavours of the Saaz and you get a good clean finish. I reckon that adding some Munich will work very well. I'll stick to the Tetnang hops in the recipe as I've never used that variety.

The only problem with WLP029 is the strong smell of rotten eggs when it's fermenting. This is normal, it soon disappears and leaves no trace in the beer.
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby Whstlr » Thu Aug 28, 2014 3:36 am

Thanks for the recipes. Means I can try a few more beers.
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby HopSong » Thu Sep 25, 2014 10:31 pm

Looking at the Mandarina Ale...Obviously, I still don't have my BM but I have questions:

1. Has anyone in the group brewed this one? How might it compare with a different ale.. such as the other pale ale? that is in the Speidel list?? I realize the other is an IPA that is very traditional as far as the ingredients go. I'm assuming the hops in this beer set it apart?

2. Brewing and SPARGING? water. I didn't realize there was sparging with the BM. I thought it was more like a full volume boil as in BIAB. ???

3. Weiner Malt. I'm not familiar with this malt. I expect it is a German or general European malt? Is there some common malt to replace that?

4. Bavaria Mandarina Hops.. same as above question. I've never seen it (or heard of it) Anyone know of a substitute.

Back to drinking a home brew.. :)
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby Nesto » Fri Sep 26, 2014 1:25 am

HbgBill wrote:Looking at the Mandarina Ale...Obviously, I still don't have my BM but I have questions:

1. Has anyone in the group brewed this one? How might it compare with a different ale.. such as the other pale ale? that is in the Speidel list?? I realize the other is an IPA that is very traditional as far as the ingredients go. I'm assuming the hops in this beer set it apart?

I haven't brewed it, but it does look interesting. Just used Perle in a session IPA and I like it. I might even throw more Perle in around 15 mins on this recipe

HbgBill wrote:2. Brewing and SPARGING? water. I didn't realize there was sparging with the BM. I thought it was more like a full volume boil as in BIAB. ???

It is kind of odd that they say that when their demos that I've seen don't spage ;) If you want my opinion, start off with 29 liters of water and don't sparge. If you remember when you came to watch, I took off a couple liters of water after I reached strike temp just to make sure the water would stay well below the lip when you put the grain in the malt pipe. After you fasten the malt pipe bar and wing nut down, put the extra water back in . At 29 liters, your level will still be below the top of the malt pipe.

HbgBill wrote:3. Weiner Malt. I'm not familiar with this malt. I expect it is a German or general European malt? Is there some common malt to replace that?

4. Bavaria Mandarina Hops.. same as above question. I've never seen it (or heard of it) Anyone know of a substitute.

Back to drinking a home brew.. :)


Pretty sure Weiner is just German Vienna Malt. Bavarian Mandarina is a somewhat new German hop. I know MoreBeer carries it. If you can't find it, Cascade is its mother hop, should do well as a substitute.
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby HopSong » Fri Sep 26, 2014 2:33 am

I saw the specs at Hop Union in Oregon. Looks like it is sold out in most HBS'.. Pretty pricy.
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby dinnerstick » Fri Sep 26, 2014 6:19 am

i just got some mandarina bavaria, out of curiosity, dunno yet what i'll do with it. if anyone in north america is really gagging for some i can bring a bit to the us next week and do a postal trade, i can't imagine it's worth it but you never know.
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Speidel Recipes

Unread postby mbarn » Sun Nov 22, 2015 12:45 pm

Just brewed the Smoked Beer, so I now have 3 beer types for Christmas.
Followed the instructions, minus the weird starting mash temp, as pointed out on this thread.

BM filled to 23l, then sparged with 6l. 21 in to the FV with an OG of 1.050.

Will report back on how it tastes in 4 weeks.
Anyone else tried it?
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby mashy » Sun Nov 22, 2015 3:31 pm

It's always been on my "to do" list but never quite made it yet
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Speidel Recipes

Unread postby mbarn » Sun Dec 06, 2015 1:48 pm

Just bottled. 1.050 start and finished at 1.016, so 4.4%.
Just having a pint of it from the secondary FV, and it is very good!
The smoke flavour is prominent without being overpowering.

Looking forward to trying a bottle conditioned version at Christmas.
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby mbarn » Tue Dec 29, 2015 7:59 pm

Just wanted to update after some bottle conditioning.
The flavour is fruity (hop) at first, then finishes with a smokey after taste.
It will go very well with food, and the kind of beer you will enjoy a single bottle once a week.
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby squadricus » Wed Dec 30, 2015 9:45 pm

Has anyone put these into beersmith (especially for a 50L)? If so, care to share?
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Re: Speidel Recipes

Unread postby mbarn » Wed Jan 13, 2016 12:55 pm

I brewed the Wheat beer. Followed the Spiedel recipe to the letter. Unfortunately, the pump could not get the liquid through the grain until the higher mash temps, so the efficiency was way off.
Just bottled at 3.15%

Highly recommend using rice hulls to stop this issue.
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