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Complicated and Strong

Malty, complex, Belgian Strong

Style: Belgian Strong Ale - Belgian Dark Strong Ale

Batch size: 6.0 gallons
Boil size: 7.0 average gallons
 

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OG 1.082  FG 1.015
Pushing the limits of my equipment. Both the mash tun and the kettle were about as full as I could get them. Despite shooting for a six gallon final, I only ended up with about 5.5 gallons and a OG of 1.082. I hope the hop balance is ok.

Tasted a bit hot when transferred in to secondary on 29 January 2016. The flavors were wonderful, though. I think aging is going to do wonders to this.

Fermentable Sugars

Style Guide
% LB OZ Description Late PPG °L
0 15 0 Pilsner malt 34 1
0 4 0 Munich malt 37 8
0 1 0 Belgian light candi 38 1
0 1 0 CaraMunich 34 60
0 1 0 Special B 34 120
0 0 8 Wheat malt 39 3
0 0 8 Melanoidin 35 28
Original Gravity
1.000
Final Gravity
1.000
Color
1° SRM

Bittering & Spices

Use Time OZ Description Form AA%
boil 60 2.5 Hallertau Mittelfrüh pellet 4.5
Bitterness

0.0 IBU
ƒ: Tinseth

BU:GU

0.0

Yeast & Bugs

Strain Type Form Attenuation
Wyeast 1762 - Belgian Abbey II™ ale liquid 77
Alcohol

0.0% ABV

Calories

0 per bottle

Priming & Storage

Fermentable Grams OZ Teaspoons Cups
Corn sugar 0 0 0 0
Table sugar 0 0 0 0
Honey 0 0 0 0
Dry malt extract 0 0 0 0
Temperature

70.0°F

Volumes

2.5

Bottles

0

Brew Timeline

  1. Start  
  2. ... 
  3. 14 days Prime and bottle
  4. ... 
  5. 28 days Relax, don't worry, and have a homebrew!
Mash Efficiency

75%

Steep Efficiency

50%

Brewday Time

2.5 hours

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