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Homebrew: Diagnosis Mango

Submitted by DM on Sat, 31/03/2018 - 15:46

There is a long list of ingredients on my list of Things You Can't Buy In Cumbria - one of them is mango pulp (other things include peanut milkshake, decent lime pickle, date molasses, grape soda or cheap tahini and coconut oil).   When I was down in the midlands I picked up a big can of the stuff as mango IPAs seemed to be all the rage a couple of years ago & I wanted to try making one.

Mash - 1 hour 25 mins starting at 68ºC & falling to 63ºC at the end.

2.5Kg pale ale malt

Homebrew: Divine Fallacy

Submitted by DM on Sun, 29/10/2017 - 19:46

A year ago I brewed a really tasty Saison from pale malt, wheat malt, acid malt & honey called Quorum Sensing.   I noted that I must brew something similar again, so I have. This time I've upped the hop additions & used a powerful flavoured one too - Chinook.  It might be more IPA, but Saison style guidelines are notoriously lax.

Mash: 1 hour 10 mins.   Starting at 69°C & falling to 63°C after 30 mins, then held there for the remaining time to produce a drier beer.