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20-09-2018, 08:11
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I've just had it pointed out to me that a couple of recipes wer missing in Austerity!. My apologies.

It's fixed now, but for those who have already bought the book, here are the missing recipes:




1959 Fullers X


pale malt
5.50 lb
78.35%


flaked maize
0.67 lb
9.54%


No. 2 invert sugar
0.50 lb
7.12%


No. 3 invert sugar
0.25 lb
3.56%


caramel 2000 SRM
0.10 lb
1.42%


Fuggles 90 min
0.75 oz



Fuggles 30 min
0.75 oz



Goldings Varieties 30 min
0.125 oz



OG
1031.5



FG
1009.5



ABV
2.91



Apparent attenuation
69.84%



IBU
19



SRM
17



Mash at
146º F



Sparge at
166º F



Boil time
90 minutes



pitching temp
62º F



Yeast
WLP002 English Ale








1948 Lees Best Mild


pale malt
5.75 lb
69.70%


black malt
0.25 lb
3.03%


crystal malt 80 L
0.75 lb
9.09%


enzymic malt
0.25 lb
3.03%


No. 3 Invert
1.25 lb
15.15%


Fuggles 105 mins
0.75 oz



Goldings 30 mins
0.75 oz



Goldings dry hops
0.125 oz



OG
1032



FG
1006



ABV
3.44



Apparent attenuation
81.25%



IBU
21



SRM
19



Mash at
147º F



Sparge at
170º F



Boil time
90 minutes



pitching temp
60º F



Yeast
Wyeast 1318 London ale III (Boddingtons)





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1964 Whitbread Ex PA


pale malt
10.50 lb
85.16%


crystal malt 60L
1.50 lb
12.17%


No. 1 invert sugar
0.33 lb
2.68%


Fuggles 90 min
1.25 oz



Styrian Goldings 90 min
0.25 oz



Fuggles 60 min
1.25 oz



Fuggles 30 min
1.25 oz



Goldings dry hop
0.50 oz



OG
1056.5



FG
1009.5



ABV
6.22



Apparent attenuation
83.19%



IBU
45



SRM
8



Mash at
153º F



Sparge at
165º F



Boil time
90 minutes



pitching temp
62º F



Yeast
Wyeast 1099 Whitbread ale




For the rest of you home brewers - those who don't have the book - this is a rare treat. Three recipes in one day.Three very different beers.

Fullers X Ale, also known as Hock (the brewery was very inconsistent in the brewing records), is a fairly typical Dark Mild, with the colour all coming from sugar. I was quite partial to Fullers Hock. When I could find it. One of my favourite Southern Milds.

Lees Best Mild is low-gravity, but with an interesting grist. That actually contains some dark grains, unlike most Dark Mild. At just 1032º, it's hard to see what's "best" about it. I suppose in comparison to their other Mild, which was even weaker at 1028º.

Whitbread Ex PA is, I'm pretty sure, the Pale Ale Whitbread brewed for the Belgian market. The beer still exists, brewqed by someone somewhere. It's much stronger than most UK Ple Ales of its day and quite impressively bitter. At least in calculated IBUs.

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