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Trashy Black –  This is kind of an Up-scaled tweak on  AG#45 Trashy Blonde for the #BlackIPAoff with @Broadfordbrewer @BrotherLogic @MrFoleys
AG#45 was a pretty classy 4% beer so fingers crossed when this one is dry-hopped it will be nice and tasty.

Fermentables:
Pale Malt – 77%
Munich Malt – 10%
Caramalt – 5%
Wheat Malt – 5%
Carafa Special III – 3%

Hops:
Simcoe – 12.2 % @ 60 mins – 10g
NZ Cascade – 10.2 % @ 60 mins – 10g
Motueka (B Saaz) – 13.8 % @ 60 mins – 10g
Simcoe – 12.2 % @ 10 mins – 21g
NZ Cascade – 10.2 % @ 10 mins – 21g
Motueka (B Saaz) – 13.8 % @ 10 mins – 21g
Simcoe – 12.2 % @ 0 mins – 18g
NZ Cascade – 10.2 % @ 0 mins – 18g
Motueka (B Saaz) – 13.8 % @ 0 mins – 18g

Final Volume: 20 Litres
Original Gravity: 1.064
Final Gravity: 1.017
Alcohol Content: 6.2% ABV
Total Liquor: 30.7 Litres
Mash Liquor: 13.8 Litres
Mash Efficiency: 75 %
Bitterness: 75 EBU (Hop Utilization set to 25%)
Colour: 93 EBC
Mash: 66c for 60mins
Yeast: Safale US-05
Liquor: General Purpose Treatment

The Malts:
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Today’s Brewday is brought to you by Simcoe, Motueka & NZ Cascade hops:
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First Wort Hops and tiny common salt addition:
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The Mash at 66c:
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Running from mash tun into copper:
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The gorgeous smelling 80c steep hops, apparently the house was smelling extra Hoppy today:
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Break material clumping as the Wort cools, the wort was tasty and already displaying a good bitterness:
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Bit of a lazy start to the day then for some reason the hop-stopper decided to block and required some ‘Spatulation’ with the plastic paddle.
Yeast Pitched, in the fridge at 20c. I’ll be dry hopping this with the same combo of hops after fermentation.

*18th Nov ’11 – Dry hopped with 10g Simcoe, 20g Motueka, 20g NZ Cascade

*20th Nov ’11 – Dry hopped with 10g Motueka, 10g NZ Cascade

*Bottled 27th Nov ’11 – with 71g of sugar, I’m drinking the last pint out of the bottling bucket as it tastes too good to throw away. Tastes smooth 🙂
Think it could have stood to be a bit more black, it might be a Trashy Brown!

*25th Jan ’12 Hopzine review of Trashy Black, thanks Rob much appreciated

This is an attempt at Brewdog’s Trashy Blonde and the recipe started life as Sara Carter’s (Scarer) www.brewdog.com/trashy_blonde
This will be my first experience of Pellet hops with the Motueka, I’m going to ferment it with Safale us-05 and Mashing at 68c (though I aimed for 69c, even after a pre-heat, empty and refill of the Mash tun I still lost almost 5c from 83c in the HLT), Mash for a minimum of 60mins.
I may dry hop this with 13g of Ahtanum in the fermenter… to be decided.

Trashy Blonde

Fermentables:
Pale Malt – 70%
Caramalt – 10%
Munich Malt – 10%
Wheat Malt – 10%

Hops:
Ahtanum Whole @ 60 mins – 8g (FWH)
Motueka (B Saaz) Pellet @ 60 mins – 8g (FWH)
Simcoe Whole @ 60 mins – 8g (FWH)
Motueka (B Saaz) Pellet 6.8 % 10 mins – 22g
Simcoe Whole @ 10 mins – 23g
Ahtanum Whole @ 10 mins – 22g
Simcoe Whole @ 0 mins – 16g (80c Steep for 20-30mins)
Ahtanum Whole @ 0 mins – 16g (80c Steep for 20-30mins)
Motueka (B Saaz) Pellet @ 0 mins – 16g (80c Steep for 20-30mins)

Final Volume: 23 Litres
Original Gravity: 1.041
Final Gravity: 1.010
Alcohol Content: 4% ABV
Total Liquor: 32.3 Litres
Mash Liquor: 9.5 Litres
Mash Efficiency: 80 %
Bitterness: 44 EBU
Colour: 11 EBC

The Malts and liquor treatment salts:
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Mash Tun wrapped up:
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Todays Kiwi & Yank hops:
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Leaf and pellet hops:
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80c Steep hops going in:
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Running to fermenter, the clearest wort I’ve made for a long while, the break material just dropped like a stone:
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Looks like about 1040, Refractometer said 11.75 Brix which is about 1045 bit high but I’m not going to worry about it:
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I’ll clean the copper tomorrow, there’s beer to be drunk….

After 7 days in the Fermenter I dry hopped this with:
15g Ahtanum
10g Motueka (Pellets)
10g Simcoe

*Bottled 10th Jan ’11 with 65g sugar


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