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Centennial Recipie.

Postby snail59 » Thu Apr 09, 2015 19:16

Can anyone remember the criteria for the Centennial brew set out by Church Ends Head Brewer for the Original Spring Thing competition. Mine was a rather good one but I don't have access to the recipe as the only place it exists is on a data base that I cant access (if you know what I mean :whistle: ).

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Re: Centennial Recipie.

Postby GAZ9053 » Thu Apr 09, 2015 19:47

Been over the wall and found this

Brewery Beer Fixed Recipe:
This recipe has been drawn up by the head brewer at Church End Brewery and their version of it will be available at the brewery tap
over the weekend of the Spring Thing Event. Your beer should be brewed following the guidelines set out below:

•Grist: 96% Pale Malt, 4% Crystal Malt
•Single hop beer: Centenial to 35EBU
•Bittering hops are to go into the boil however the brewer chooses, targeting 35 EBU at the end of the boil. Aroma is also up to the brewer but of course it's all got to be Cenetial hops.
•Aiming for an ABV of 4.8%
Yeast - Brewer to chose.

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Re: Centennial Recipie.

Postby snail59 » Thu Apr 09, 2015 20:02

GAZ9053 wrote:Been over the wall and found this

Brewery Beer Fixed Recipe:
This recipe has been drawn up by the head brewer at Church End Brewery and their version of it will be available at the brewery tap
over the weekend of the Spring Thing Event. Your beer should be brewed following the guidelines set out below:

•Grist: 96% Pale Malt, 4% Crystal Malt
•Single hop beer: Centenial to 35EBU
•Bittering hops are to go into the boil however the brewer chooses, targeting 35 EBU at the end of the boil. Aroma is also up to the brewer but of course it's all got to be Cenetial hops.
•Aiming for an ABV of 4.8%
Yeast - Brewer to chose.


Perfect. Thankyou :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:

Once I have sorted it out this will be my next brew :D

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