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BrewUK Recipe packs

Unread postby Scozia_Joe » Sun Jan 11, 2015 9:06 am

Guys

No sure if this has been posted before but if it has please feel free to delete.

I've just finished my second brew using the BrewUK Recipe packs. They have most of them in Braumeister Recipe packs where the recipe weights volumes and instructions have been tweeked for BM users. I've certainly been happy with hitting my numbers on the ones I've done using these on my BM 20L (Wreck the Halls, St Austell 1851 IPA). Proof will be in the taste. :D

Hopefully these may be useful to some folks, like me who are new to AG and new to Braumeister, as a gentle introduction without having to worry too much about recipe creation initially.

The AG recipe packs have a drop down that allows you to select the Braumeister version of the recipe, so make sure you select this when purchasing.

Cheers

Joe
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Re: BrewUK Recipe packs

Unread postby hughjampton » Mon Jan 12, 2015 11:52 pm

I'd be interested to see what the differences are between their Braumeister packs and the standard ones.
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Re: BrewUK Recipe packs

Unread postby Scozia_Joe » Tue Jan 13, 2015 9:13 pm

I bought both to see the difference see attached :D
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Re: BrewUK Recipe packs

Unread postby hughjampton » Tue Jan 20, 2015 6:58 pm

Thanks, that's interesting.
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Re: BrewUK Recipe packs

Unread postby chris172 » Wed Feb 11, 2015 7:34 pm

Be interested in how these kits worked out... be a good start when the new BM arrives and can get a brew on straight away so haven't got to worry about formulating a recipe, Nice option with the liquid yeasts too.

Not too bad a selection... like the sound of the Black IPA :drink:
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Re: BrewUK Recipe packs

Unread postby Mr O » Sun Feb 15, 2015 10:20 pm

I made the Lights Out BIPA - extract. I was planning on trying the AG version when I get my BM. If they do a BM version even better....
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Re: BrewUK Recipe packs

Unread postby Scozia_Joe » Wed Feb 18, 2015 10:26 pm

****Update*****
St Austell 1851 IPA is very good been in bottle for 3 weeks. Fairly impressed with it, just over 90g batch primed with brewing sugar. Good level of carbonation, fermented in SS Brewbucket. I would probably dry hop to give it a bit more nose but wouldn't complain if I was served something similar in a bar. :beer:

Think I will try the Black IPA next.
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Re: BrewUK Recipe packs

Unread postby mattp94 » Mon Apr 13, 2015 7:30 am

I like the idea of having these BM specific packs as it would certainly reduce the amount of opened hops etc that I have but I'm curious as to why BrewUK think that the BM recipe would required more hops than the standard AG pack. Does Greg (BrewUK man) think that the utilisation will be lower in the BM boil?
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