Figured it'd be more efficient to put my brew days into a single thread for the future, and just started my next brew day so seems a good time to start. Today I'll be brewing a sort of golden/pale ale type thing, that we've decided to call Detectives (as in the plural) Ale, you'll see why. So far I've prepped the mashing liquour (22 litres RO filtered water, 3 litres treated tap), on pause now until after lunch so I'm not in the way. Onto the recipe I've thrown together. Medium body BIAB mash (75 minutes at 67 degrees C, Mash out at 76 degrees C for 10 minutes, dunk sparge at 78 degrees C). Boil will be a full 90 minute boil this time. Malt Bill 3.5k Crisp Maris Otter 100g Crisp Crystal Hops 8.6g Magnum (Bittering) 90 minutes boil 11.8g Endeavour 20 Minutes 13.1g Endeavour 10 Minutes 9.3g Endeavour at flame out I'll be fermenting with Mangrove Jack's M36 Liberty Bell dried yeast. Will it make nice beer? Not a clue.