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Old 11-11-2012, 01:42 AM   #81
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I'm loving this year's edition of Jubelale. Probably my favorite thus far, at least that I've experienced.

Filled a growler with it at the Portland pub last weekend, all gone within days. So I just picked up a 24 pack at the local Costco and am well into it, as well!

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Old 11-11-2012, 06:19 AM   #82
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I GOT MINE!!! I GOT MINE!!!

I was about to break down and buy a case at Costco when I found 12-packs at Safeway for 12.50 and I'm drinking one as I type this. Bliss.

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Old 11-12-2012, 01:58 AM   #83
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Went to two grocery stores in town and still neither one had Jubelale but both still had tons of Twilight Summer Ale in stock. It seems the local distributor has a backlog of the summer seasonal and isn't giving out the winter until that's done! Sucks! Glad I found some yesterday but I don't want to have to drive to get it next time.

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Old 11-23-2012, 01:40 AM   #84
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The local Costco used to carry it every Fall but not this year. This must be where our supply went
Finally got my hands on some at Costco. Chilling as I type this.
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What was everyone mashing at for this recipe? I'm going to be doing this here in the next few hours and was thinking 153 for 60 mins.

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What was everyone mashing at for this recipe? I'm going to be doing this here in the next few hours and was thinking 153 for 60 mins.
Deschutes does not give out its mashing schedule/temperatures. The recipe has a fairly wide range on the gravities, so I would recommend plugging in your preferred target OG into your brewing software, and then tweaking the mash temp in the software until it gives you the expected FG you are looking for. Make sure you have the correct attenuation numbers entered for the yeast as well.

Original gravity: 1.062-1.069
Final gravity: 1.017-1.022
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I hit 1.070 yesterday with a 60 min mash at 152, so things are looking good.

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Brewrifle, how did your beer turn out? I'll be getting some Jubel started next month to start a stockpile for the winter.

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Picked up my first 12-pack last weekend for this year. I feel like this keeps coming out earlier and earlier!

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Picked up my first 12-pack last weekend for this year. I feel like this keeps coming out earlier and earlier!
Same here! Cracked my first bottle last night. Good batch this year.
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