Ok I gave up and went down the shop....

Discussion in 'Beer Kit Brewing Discussion.' started by pvj2000, Dec 15, 2019.

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    pvj2000

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    And I bought these on the OOD shelf for 5 pounds each.

    I'm gonna mix them top up to 22l. Then add 500g of Dem sugar and dark sugar.

    I will dry hop at end for 5 days with my left over Saaz.

    I'm all in for only 13 pounds for 40 pints, let's see how it goes!
     

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    got a sg of 1.058/1.060.

    so will be around 6.5%
     
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    Doubling up kit cans is to done cautiously, especially with a bitter, since you double up on the bitterness in the can. Nevertheless I hope it works out for you athumb..
     
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    I doubled up on a harvest mild kit not long ago. I also added hop tea and dry hopped it. It's great! Very bitter but drinkable and addictive.
     
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    Keep us posted. Always good to see what experiments like this turn into. Probably not a bad pair to blend.

    All the Best,
    D. White
     

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