[EDIT: This thread has been written in a certain style that I don't normally use. It was written as what I hoped to be a short-cut/fast-track for brewers. In other words, reading the below will hopefully fast-track brewers into seeing that they should not place absolute trust in many recipes they may read. Since publication (ages ago mind you), twice now it has been mentioned that the thread comes across as arrogant or smacks of hubris. These criticisms could well be correct but please bear in mind that this thread was aimed as a tool to assist us in answering the many hundreds of questions requesting help in duplicating recipes.]
When a new brewer wants to brew beer, they must begin with a recipe. That should be really easy right?
What about if you chose to brew the same recipe that, "earned Jonathan Perman the illustrious title of Homebrewer of the Year in the 2012 AHA National Homebrew CompetitionNational Homebrew Competition." Source: American Homebrewers Association / Homebrew Recipes / Sitzung Helles.
How excited are we to get that recipe? . Why wouldn't you be excited?
1. Homebrewer of the Year!
2. Published by the American Homebrewers Association!
3. Really nicely laid out website - a lot easier to read than this one!
Let's go!!!! In reality, this recipe is a great example of a low integrity recipe.
In this thread, I am going to pull this recipe completely apart.
In the next post, we'll look at the first two paragraphs.
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