Cool! One of my favorite winter sittin' by the fire beers.
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I think you want something like this for the malt bill.
75% dark Munich
20 % Pils
4% CaraMunich II
1 % carafa for color
Decoction if you wish, or steps at 133F for 10 min, 144F for 40 min., 158 - 160F for 20. Mash out.
Water should be from Martin's NHC talk, Munich profile.
18 to 20 IBUs noble hops of your choice.
I would use either 833 (Ayinger), 835 lager X (rhymes with Kloster Andechs), or 830. Ferment at 48 to 50F. Lager at 32F for 6 weeks.
You might conclude I am going to brew one soon and have been researching, and will split it between 833 and 835. There is a recipe on Weyermann's FAQ page, that is similar, but has 8.5% CaraMunich II, and that is too much for my taste.
Hope this helps. Dunkel is a rewarding beer to brew and drink. The last one I did was 80% Dark Munich, 20 % Pils, maybe a touch of Carafa for color. That makes one more like what is served in Franconia, so a little more dry.
I don't need no stinkin' sparge arm....
All Brett dry hopped c3 isolate brew and baby backs with sweet tater and mixed veggies....
(the white pill, is NOT a qualuude.... )
Let this beer sit at your fermentation temperature for 3 weeks then bottle. In another 8 weeks it will be drinking well....and in another 8 weeks after that it will be even better.
It's easy. Just do exactly what they do.
No bad hurters intended, but let's get away from cloning and start being inspired by
Don't forget Portland, Oregon.Yes! Please come to Portland, that would be great!
Portland would be awesome.
+1 I could get a slice of rocco's vegan pesto pizza.
Rule #1 for me: I will not have a peanut and butter sandwich without a cold glass of milk to wash it down with. That right there should tell you that those flavors don't belong in beer. Period. Ever.
The kimchi experiment seems to be going well. I'll try it this weekend. Unfortunately, my wife may never let me make it again.