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Flanders Red / Oud Bruin


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HornyDevil
Originally posted by Unclerudy
You actually were asking HornyDevil when his would be ready. I thought originally that the sound of the beer made you horny and you wanted some.


Guess I havenít updated my plans on this beer, so here goes.

10 lbs Dark Munich
2 lbs CaraMunich
1 lb Melanoidin
1 lb Oats

1 hour mash at 158F

1 hour boil with no hops and reduction of the first 2 gallons of runoff by 3/4ths

Cool and pitch onto a yeast cake from a sour amber ale

Ferment for 3 months.

Split batch with 1/2 staying plain and the other half getting 2 lbs of D180.

Ferment 9 months.

Bottle.

1/9/2013 11:56:47 AM

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CanIHave4Beers 3210:74
Iím sure nobody remembered to tell you to add a few cigarette butts to the finished product for authentic bar ambiance.
1/9/2013 12:00:07 PM

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SamGamgee 2452:182
All I know is that Roselaire isnít doing shit for acid production (beer smells good though) for the batch I have aging right now. Iím thinking a kick-start with a little of another sour that got plenty acidic might be the ticket. Anyone have good luck with roselaire? Primary or secondary addition?
1/9/2013 6:10:54 PM

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HornyDevil
Originally posted by SamGamgee
Anyone have good luck with roselaire? Primary or secondary addition?


Never really had any luck with it myself as far as making a beer sour goes, but, then again, I brewed sour worts completely differently (read: incorrectly) back then, so I donít think my input really means much. FWIW, I used it in the secondary. Others have said that it is primarily Brett forward and doesnít produce much sourness. If I were to use it again, Iíd pitch it as the primary fermenter and see what it did in that circumstance.
1/10/2013 4:52:19 AM

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1/10/2013 4:57:41 AM

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HornyDevil
Originally posted by HornyDevil
10 lbs Dark Munich
2 lbs CaraMunich
1 lb Melanoidin
1 lb Oats


For those that care, hereís the finalized grainbill as it will be brewed this weekend:

10 lbs Dark Munich
2 lbs CaraMunich
2 lbs Quick Oats
1/31/2013 3:38:09 PM

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HornyDevil
Originally posted by HornyDevil
Originally posted by HornyDevil
10 lbs Dark Munich
2 lbs CaraMunich
1 lb Melanoidin
1 lb Oats


For those that care, hereís the finalized grainbill as it will be brewed this weekend:

10 lbs Dark Munich
2 lbs CaraMunich
2 lbs Quick Oats



Ended up pitching a mixed culture of Brett B, C, L, & Drie with lacto and pedio.

Oud Bruin looks about spot on as far as color goes, but Iíd like the Flanders Red to darken up a bit. Hopefully age will fix that.
2/4/2013 6:28:40 AM

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