Siren's Ten Dollar Shake

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Siren's Ten Dollar Shake

Postby Zod » Tue Nov 22, 2016 10:32

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Re: Siren's Ten Dollar Shake

Postby jkp » Mon Nov 28, 2016 15:38

I'd love to try this recipe. I'm not keen on Papaya so I'd probably leave it out, or add some pineapple instead.....

Anybody done this yet, or planning to?
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Re: Siren's Ten Dollar Shake

Postby jkp » Thu Jun 08, 2017 15:42

I finally got round to brewing this today.... looking forward to seeing how it turns out.

Anyone tried the beer? I'm curious as to the carbonation level. Not sure if the ~2.5 vol I usually use for American style IPA's would be a good idea with such a thick beer.
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Re: Siren's Ten Dollar Shake

Postby Brewzee » Thu Jun 15, 2017 05:59

Ive not followed this exact recipe but ive started putting oats in my pale ales and im liking the effects. half to a kilo in 20l batches gives a nice clean taste and accentuates hops like citra and mosaic. I put 150gs of plain flour in last brew.... to boldly go and all.... its also gooseberry season soon so who needs papaya.
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Re: Siren's Ten Dollar Shake

Postby jkp » Sat Jun 17, 2017 17:10

I did add a bit of Papaya in the end. It smells like a hair salon to me though, so I did go more with the mango, pineapple, passion fruit and Lychee. Still needs a dry hop, but already smells nice.
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