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Old 02-03-2013, 05:02 PM   #511
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Thanks for doing this, were watching. If the results aren't very dramatic, be prepared to do a 300 vs 500. LOL
Lol! I'm going to have to start asking for donations ; )

Here's what I have planned: seriously hoppy PtH clone with 35 oz of hops in the kettle and will be broken down into the following additions:

10 oz 13.1% CTZ 90 min
4 oz 13.1% CTZ 45 min
4 oz 13% Simcoe 30 min
12 oz 13% Simcoe 0 min
5 oz 9.2% Amarillo 0 min

Each addition will be split equally into both baskets and stirred vigorously.


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Old 02-03-2013, 05:08 PM   #512
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The beginnings of greatness!

Almost had a beertastrophe as my new "ultimate sparge arm" MoreBeer float switch for auto sparging that I waited a month for ended up being wired backwards so it kept running and almost overflowed.....









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Old 02-03-2013, 05:36 PM   #513
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Measured out first addition, sparging is coming along nicely











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Old 02-03-2013, 10:40 PM   #514
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First addition and boiling











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Flameout addition and whirlpooling









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Draining the wort into the fermenter



















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Draining and kettle bottom



















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