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Old 09-27-2009, 02:48 PM   #1
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Getting ready to make an arrogant bastard type beer. Any one know what the IBU's should be. I checked stones web site but it dose not give it.
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I want to say its somewhere in the vicinity of 70-80 IBUs. This might help - http://thebrewingnetwork.com/shows/548



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Try here


http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f69/arrogant-bastard-clone-71867/


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Thanks cheeto thats very close to the same recipe that I am useing. Same hop schedule but hopville only show's it coming out at 66 IBU's ???? wierd

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Beersmith is very good at calculating IBU's.

It is one of the best programs for that bit brewing math.

Be sure to adjust for the AA of your Chinook hops !!!

that could make difference in your outcome.

I brew with Chinook hops often, you should get your desired result with out any real trouble, BUT!, let it age, it gets really good around 3-6 months !!!

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Beersmith is very good at calculating IBU's.

It is one of the best programs for that bit brewing math.

Be sure to adjust for the AA of your Chinook hops !!!

that could make difference in your outcome.

I brew with Chinook hops often, you should get your desired result with out any real trouble, BUT!, let it age, it gets really good around 3-6 months !!!

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ALso depends on which algorithm you have it set for. I keep mine set to the Rager method. If you switch among the various methods, you'll see a big difference.

in BeerSmith: Tools --> Options -->Bitterness tab
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I brewed an AB clone with 71 IBU's yesterday... no idea how it will taste since it's the first time brewig it.



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