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Old 03-21-2012, 01:32 PM   #41
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Default i have a question about hop usage

I have only been all grain brewing about 4 months. I was recently given 3lbs of Hallertau hops. I am not setup to do lagers. Someone suggested to find a good German lager recipe using these hops but instead use a different kind of yeast like American ale. Well I found a good recipe. But my question will this work or am I wasting time and money? I have read a lot of your post's and you are very knowledgeable and respected on this forum. By the way I have your house pale ale bottling condition right now. Thanks for any input. JJ

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Old 03-21-2012, 06:07 PM   #42
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I have only been all grain brewing about 4 months. I was recently given 3lbs of Hallertau hops. I am not setup to do lagers. Someone suggested to find a good German lager recipe using these hops but instead use a different kind of yeast like American ale. Well I found a good recipe. But my question will this work or am I wasting time and money? I have read a lot of your post's and you are very knowledgeable and respected on this forum. By the way I have your house pale ale bottling condition right now. Thanks for any input. JJ
What sort of temp control do you have? I ask because I find that notty has an almost lager like clean flavor when fermented at 59-60°

With that in mind you could brew something like my biertent lager, (I haven't been using the melanoiden malt because it seemed to add a hint of sweetness to the finish I didn't care for.)

Ferment with notty at the cool temps, and see what you think.
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Old 03-22-2012, 02:42 AM   #43
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Kolsch yeast at same lower temps, I find it way better than notty anyday. I just find something about the notty fermented beers I've done, no matter what, have a grainy, bad-homebrew-my-buddy-made-in-his-kitchen flavor. But as always I suppose ymmv

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Soooo are there any new award winning recipes out there? This thread has been dead for over a year with the last recipe being posted even further back.

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Soooo are there any new award winning recipes out there? This thread has been dead for over a year with the last recipe being posted even further back.
This competition was held in 2011.
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speaking of which...Yooper. any plans for another one in thefuture?? lol

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speaking of which...Yooper. any plans for another one in thefuture?? lol
Not at this point, but maybe one could happen again. I'm working on it, and thinking about it.
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True, but that doesn't mean a 2013 competition and thread can't happen. Plus every two years seems to be the pace....
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