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Home » Recipes » 2001 Oktoberfest Brew Sessions #2 - Food for Tripel Belgian Ale
2001 Oktoberfest Brew Sessions #2 - Food for Tripel Belgian Ale
Style:    Class 19A - Belgian Pale
Brewed by:    Derek Stepanski and his Broken Foot Crew
Brewed at:    White Rock Campground - Derek's Weld-o-matic Rig
Batch Size:    18.0 Gallons (US)
Actual OG:    1.052
Recipe Index
Grains, Extracts, Sugars
Malt Name Maltser Amount Percentage
Pilsner (2-Row) Belgium - lbs 83%
Caravienne Belgium - lbs 5%
Aromatic - lbs 5%
Biscuit - lbs 5%
Name Form Alpha Oz Time
Saaz 60
Styrian Goldings 15
Man. Code Name Type
Dekonick Slant Ale
Chimay Slant Ale
White Labs WLP500 Trappist Ale Liquid Ale
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