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Home » Recipes » 2002 November - 30th Anniversary - Dortmunder Adambier
2002 November - 30th Anniversary - Dortmunder Adambier
Style:    Dortmunder Adambier
Brewed by:    John Aitchison, Drew Beechum, Martin Carman, MB and Steve Casselman, Sean Donnely, Kent Fletcher, June Jordan, Jim Kopitzke, Jim Moorman, Matt Udall
Brewed at:    MB and Steve Casselman's House
Batch Size:    20 Gallons (27 Gallons Yield!)
Boil Time:    150 minutes
Est. OG:    1.090
Actual OG:    1.093 (Yield: 27 Gallons)
Est. IBU:    50.0 IBUs
Recipe Index
Grains, Extracts, Sugars
Malt Name Maltser Amount Percentage
Munich Malt 55.0 lbs 71.0%
German Pale 26.0 lbs 26%
Special B 2.0 lbs 3.0%
Chocolate Weyermann 0.375 lbs 0.5%
Hops
Name Form Alpha Oz Time
Hallertauer Pellet 11.0 60
Tettnanger Pellet 10.0 15
Yeast
Man. Code Name Type
Mash Schedule
Step Rest Temp Rest Time Heat Water
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Notes
This recipe is the first beer that we produced for the 30th Anniversary celebration in 2004. John Aitchison led this particular brew, a double decocted Adambier. This beer will be aged at leat 19 months before being served. You'll note the greater than expected yield from the recipe which we speculate was from the decoction.
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