Happy New Year everyone!
Well in getting things together for my first brew session of the year, made a bit of an error. I was planning on doing the Yellow Diamond Belgian Pale I got from the AHA website but had a mix up. While getting the grains together for the second batch I am brewing tomorrow (Denny's VIP), I accidentally dumped the Munich into the bucket for the YDBP. Basically, doubling the amount of Munich and shooting the gravity from 1.050 to 1.061. Since I can't separate the grains, I decided to roll with it. I increased the IBU's a bit to help with balance. Anything else I should be thinking about?
Here is the recipe as it stands after the mistake...
3.75 gallon batch
1.08k Bel Pale Malt
.32k Aromatic Malt
.20k Medium Crystal
.44k Brown Sugar
13g Norther Brewer (60 min, 10.6%, 25.5 IBU)
10g Saaz (60 min, 4.8%, 8.9 IBU)
14g Saaz (15 min, 4.8%, 3.3 IBU)
Est OG 1.063
Mash Temp 154 (90 min)
Est FG 1.011
Belgian Ardennes (Wyeast Labs #3522)
Can't really take anything out at this point (except the sugar or hops), but I can add. Thanks for the help!