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Geesh, seems like everyone is getting ready to brew an octoberfest

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euge:
I was told that my first O-fest was my best beer ever.

morticaixavier:

--- Quote from: euge on February 24, 2013, 11:53:32 AM ---I was told that my first O-fest was my best beer ever.

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well okay euge,

are you gonna toss that out there and then NOT cough up the recipe?

weithman5:
for two gallons  65% efficiency

3lb vienna
1lb 2 row/or bils
1.5 lb crystal 20


5gm magnum at 60 - 22.8 ibu
5gm mt hood  at 10 - 2.78 ibu

og 1058, fg 1016, abv 5.5

quite honestly i probably would just use all vienna, and then equivalent ibu of hallertau

euge:

--- Quote from: morticaixavier on February 25, 2013, 08:33:55 AM ---
--- Quote from: euge on February 24, 2013, 11:53:32 AM ---I was told that my first O-fest was my best beer ever.

--- End quote ---

well okay euge,

are you gonna toss that out there and then NOT cough up the recipe?

--- End quote ---

Well I used 9# of briess amber extract and hallertau mittelfruh 0.25oz each @ 45, 30, 20 & 10. Yeast was s189.

a10t2:
I personally can't go 100% Munich because I don't like the peppery flavor. I know some people are less sensitive to that though. I've been brewing an Oktoberfest/Märzen-ish beer spring and fall for a few years. The past two iterations have been my favorites. They're both basically the same:

54% Pils
31% Munich 1
8% Munich 2
8% CaraVienne (What can I say? I like 'em malty.)
Noble hop of choice at 90 min, 25 IBU (Tinseth)
Wyeast 2206, lager pitching rate

Water is ~80 ppm Ca, ~100 ppm Cl, and pretty much nothing else.

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