Hey there !
I have been brewing about 6 years and used to read this forum non stop the first two years or so. I still go on sometimes to look into something. Everything Denny Conn and others stated, I did and became a good brewer after a lot of trial and error. It was all so much fun ! Anyway, Denny had a recipe of Jubilale and it disappeared after NB changed to this new forum. When you click on his recipe nothing comes up now. Since I normally do Double Bock and Porters for my wife and IPA’s for me, I am having trouble formulating a recipe based on info on Deschutes website. Any help would be appreciated as I am paranoid about using too much specialty grains especially Special B. Here we go
13 pounds of 2 row 85.9%
1 pound of british crystal 135/165 6.6%
1/2 pound of Crystal 80 or british crystal 70/80 3.3%
1/4 pound of Carapils 1.6%
1/4 pound of Special B 1.6%
2 ounces of Roasted Malt 0.9%
0.80 oz. Bravo and 0.50 oz. Cascade 60 min bittering (never used 2 hops before)
0.50 oz of both Delta and Tettnang at 20 mins and 10 mins
2 oz. of EKG at 1 min
So what do you all think on this one ?