Dyango Unbrewed

by Jamie Gierczak

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Belgian Style Triple Ale made with only three grains: Oats, Barley and Wheat. Trappist yeast used to give it fruity and spicy notes. This drink contains a high alcohol volume of 8.5%, and undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle for carbonation! (That's why it's called Dyango Unbrewed.

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Recipe Details

Scaled down so you can brew your own 5 gallon batch
Special ingredients
  • 1# Belgian Candi Syrup Clear (Boil)
  • .5oz Fresh Orange Peel (Whirlpool)
  • 1oz Crushed Coriander (Whirlpool)
Yeast
  • Wyeast 3522 Belgian Ardennes
Malt bill
  • 8.5# Pilsner Malt
  • 2# White Wheat Malt
  • 2# Unmalted Wheat
  • 1# Flaked Oats
Boil time
  • 90
Hop regimen
  • Styrian @ 90 (15 IBU)
  • Styrian @ 45 (4 IBU)
  • 1oz Saaz @ Whirpool
  • .5oz Saaz @ Dry Hop
Gravity
  • 19P/3P
IBU
  • 19
ABV
  • 8.5%
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