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Old 18-09-2017, 06:45 PM   #1
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Notes:
  • This is for 6 liter bottled
  • I do not use batch sparging, but fly sparging
  • After primary fermentation, I move this over to secondary for a couple of weeks to get a more clear beer.
  • This is the fourth version, the other three were good, but I found out I have rather English hops than German hops
  • This recipe was created because we liked to drink a Leffe with red cabbage and sausage. However, we do not buy anything that is related to ABInbev any more
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Blinde Hendrik IV - Belgian Blond Ale (18A)
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Batch Size  6,359 L             
Boil Size   8,359 L             
Boil Time   60,000 min          
Efficiency  80%                 
OG          1,056 sg            
FG          1,007 sg            
ABV         6,6%                
Bitterness  29,9 IBU (Tinseth)  
Color       361,3 ebc (Morey)   

Fermentables
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Name                           Type   Amount     Mashed  Late  Yield  Color        
Pilsner (2 Row) Bel            Grain  571,000 g  Yes     No    79%    2,5 ebc      
Wheat Malt, Bel                Grain  571,000 g  Yes     No    81%    3.000,0 ebc  
Munich Malt                    Grain  255,000 g  Yes     No    80%    15,0 ebc     
Caramel/Crystal Malt - 20 EBC  Grain  75,000 g   Yes     No    75%    20,0 ebc     
Abbey Malt                     Grain  30,000 g   Yes     No    75%    44,3 ebc     
Corn Sugar (Dextrose)          Sugar  14,000 g   No      No    100%   0,0 ebc      
Total grain: 1,516 kg

Hops
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Name           Alpha  Amount   Use         Time        Form    IBU   
Magnum         10,7%  3,000 g  First Wort  60,000 min  Pellet  12,9  
Fuggles        4,4%   5,000 g  Boil        30,000 min  Pellet  6,1   
Fuggles        4,4%   5,000 g  Boil        20,000 min  Pellet  4,8   
Kent Goldings  3,4%   5,000 g  Boil        20,000 min  Pellet  3,7   
Kent Goldings  3,4%   5,000 g  Boil        10,000 min  Pellet  2,2   

Miscs
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Name        Type    Use   Amount      Time        
Irish Moss  Fining  Boil  600,000 mg  10,000 min  

Yeasts
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Name            Type  Form  Amount  Stage    
Safbrew BE-256  Ale   Dry   5,00 g  Primary  

Mash
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Name                Type      Amount   Temp      Target    Time    
Conversion          Infusion      4,806 L  84,390 C   66,667 C  1 hr
Conversion          Temperature -----                 70,000 C  30 min
Final Sparge          Infusion      4,720 L  87,357 C 74,000 C  15 min
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I suppose that the 14 g of dextrose was to to fine-tune my OG at the end of the boil.
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