Style- California Common (Steam Beer) - Dry Hopped Partial Mash 5 gallons OG: 1.053 FG: 1.014 ABV: 5.1% IBU: 30 Tinseth The mash: 4lbs- 2-row Extract: 4 lbs Light DME Hops (boil): 1 oz Northern Brewer @ 60 minutes Yeast: Wyeast 2112 - California Lager Dry Hops (Select a version): To add 5-7 days before bottling Version 1 (Brotherhood Steam): 1.5oz Citra 1oz Nelson Sauvin Version 2: 1oz Nelson Sauvin 1oz Mosaic 1oz Simcoe Version 3: 2oz Nelson Sauvin 2oz Simcoe This is my 'House' recipe. Its a simple recipe that always yields excellent results. Minus the dry hops, this makes a great Anchor Steam Clone. The addition of the dry hops brings it more into line with my favorite from Anchor, Brotherhood Steam. I experiment with the dry hop charge and the above 3 versions represent my favorites. The key (if you plan to adjust the dry hopping) is Nelson Sauvin-- its indispensable as part of the dry hop regiment. Version 1 is the closest contemporary to Brotherhood Steam fwiw. Note:For those doing partial boils, this should fit in a 3gal+ kettle with about 2gal of water. The OG assumes pretty bad mash efficiency 55%(good for noobies). Basic Partial Mash instructions: Heat water to around 160F. Add grain in a grain bag and maintain temp range between 145-155 as steadily as possible for 45 minutes to an hour or until conversion. Pull the bag and let drain. Then proceed as normal.