Cleric's Inspiration

09-24-2016 Belgian Abbey Dubbel



Brewing Date:

Saturday September 24, 2016

Head Brewer:

Ted

Asst Brewer:

  

Recipe:

Belgian Abbey Dubbel

 

Recipe Specifics

 

Batch Size (Gal):

5.50

Wort Size (Gal):

5.50

Total Grain (Lbs):

14.50

  

  

Anticipated OG:

1.075

Plato:

18.15

Anticipated SRM:

24.4

    

  

Anticipated IBU:

22.8

  

  

Brewhouse Efficiency:

75

 %

  

Wort Boil Time:

60

 Minutes

  

 

Actual OG:

1.078

Plato:

18.88

  

Actual FG:

1.017

Plato:

4.33

  

Alc by Weight:

6.30

by Volume:

8.10

From Measured Gravities.

ADF:

77.1

RDF:

64.6

Apparent & Real Degree of Fermentation.

 

Actual Mash System Efficiency:

76 %

Anticipated Points From Mash:

63.14

Actual Points From Mash:

64.05

 

Grain/Extract/Sugar

 

%

Amount

Name

Origin

Potential

SRM

69.0

10.00 lbs. 

Pilsener

Germany

1.038

2

6.9

1.00 lbs. 

Munich Malt(dark)

America

1.033

20

3.4

0.50 lbs. 

Abbey Malt

German

1.036

25

3.4

0.50 lbs. 

CaraMunich 60

France

1.034

60

3.4

0.50 lbs. 

Special B Malt

Belgian

1.030

120

6.9

1.00 lbs. 

Candi Sugar (dark liquid)

Belgium

1.032

180

6.9

1.00 lbs. 

Candi Sugar (clear)

Generic

1.032

5


Potential represented as SG per pound per gallon.

Hops

 

Amount

Name

Form

Alpha

IBU

Boil Time

1.50 oz. 

Tardif de Bourgogne

Whole

4.20

22.8

60 min

 

Yeast

White Labs WLP540 Abbey Ale IV

Mash Schedule

 

 

Rest

Temp

Time

Dough In:

0

0 Min

Saccharification Rest:

150

75 Min

Mash-out Rest:

0

0 Min

Sparge:

165

0 Min


Total Mash Volume Gal: 4.01 - After Additional Infusions

Runnings Stopped At: 1.010 SG 2.56 Plato

All temperature measurements are degrees Fahrenheit.

Fermentation Specifics

 

Pitched From:

5 gallon Starter

Amount Pitched:

1 inch

Lag Time:

0.00 hours

 

Primary Fermenter:

Glass

Primary Type:

Closed

Days In Primary:

14

Primary Temperature:

68 degrees F

 

Original Gravity:

1.078 SG

18.88

Plato

Finishing Gravity:

1.017 SG

4.33

Plato



Notes

 

Used a fistfull of rice hulls in the mash




 

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