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Offline ronmeros

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Blonde Ale. question
« on: January 06, 2013, 09:32:22 AM »
Hi. This is my first time brewing and as much of the case you think something goes wrong.
my first batch I suppose to use 1 gallon to start brewing adding my corn sugar n grains from the beginning n then the extract which is liquid. Everything went great and I finished and the added my yeast n set it in a 70°f room temperature n in less than 12 hours check my airlock and everything was good (bubbling). Yeast were working good as i saw in videos.
 Now I just read another instructions of how to make blonde ale and say I have to start with 2.5 gallons if water. Does anything will go bad with my first batch or it my works good?

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Re: Blonde Ale. question
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2013, 11:51:43 PM »
Different recipes use different amounts of water, Grain and extract. If you followed the recipe reasonablyclose , you will have your very own beer. Enjoy. The first one is always fun!

If you want more specific feedback, post the two different recipes... And we can help more.

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Re: Blonde Ale. question
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2013, 08:21:54 AM »
If you'd like something to compare to, both my blonde ales have come out great (extract and all grain).

all grain
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