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Ta Moko II – A re-brew with minor tweaks for hop Alphas and added 5% Flaked Oats. The last version of this beer is here. If this beer is as good as the last brew it won’t last long and is as good a reason as any to think about investing in a bigger copper boiler / 50 Litre Keg-boiler 😉

Fermentables:
Lager Malt – 75%
Carapils (Weyermann) – 10%
Wheat Malt – 8%
Flaked Oats – 5%
Cara Munich Type III (Weyermann) – 2%

Hops:
Pacific Gem – 17 % @ 60 mins – 15g
Pacific Gem – 17 % @ 15 mins – 10g
Nelson Sauvin – 12.1 % @ 10 mins – 41g
Nelson Sauvin – 12.1 % @ 0 mins – 51g

Final Volume: 23 Litres
Original Gravity: 1.040
Final Gravity: 1.010
Alcohol Content: 3.9% ABV
Total Liquor: 31.5 Litres
Mash Liquor: 10.1 Litres
Mash Efficiency: 75 %
Bitterness: 52 EBU
Colour: 8 EBC
Mash: 60-90mins @ 67°c
Boil: 60mins
Liquor Treatment: as previous Ta Moko Brew / GW Calc ‘General Purpose’.
Yeast: Safale US-05

Malts are, Lager, Carapils, Wheat, CaraMunich III, and Flaked Oats, I put the Gypsum in the mash and the other salts went in the boil:
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Hops from @TheMaltMiller:
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Fairly reserved on the hopping, all but 15g of FWH are in the last 15mins of the boil:
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Filling the Mash Tun with hot Liquor, I use about 83°c and leave it to pre-heat the tun allowing it to cool down to my Strike Temperature before mashing in, I mashed in at 74°c:
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Full copper heating with the FWH:
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Half a protafloc tablet into a 23L brew @ 5mins left:
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The 50g of 80°c Steep hops:
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I liquored back 1.6 litres to get OG 1040 and near as damn it to my required volume:
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This is FV1 full of Ta Moko wort with US-05 dry sprinkled, I may skim and re-pitch for next weekends Chinook Blonde Brew:
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Mashed in just after 8am and finished before 2pm with a brief trip to town to get a strip-light for the kitchen, 2nd breakfast was had in-between batch sparges and lunch while running wort to the FV 🙂

*Bottled 18th Aug ’12 – with 80g of white sugar


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