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Old 02-23-2012, 04:11 AM   #81
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Old 03-16-2012, 11:14 AM   #82
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You're welcome, and thanks for the complements. I'm so glad that others found this beer as enjoyable as I have found it. My keg is almost gone... I'm going to have to start thinking about brewing this up again sometime soon. Not that it will be ready any time soon, but at least it could be in the works!

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Old 04-12-2012, 05:58 PM   #83
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This looks like a great beer. Curieux is one of my favorites! I have decided to brew this as my first leap into AG.

I do have one question though. I like to bottle big tasty beers like this so they last a little longer and can be saved for special occasions. What should I prime this with and how much of it. Thanks in advance for any help and thank you for this great recipe. I can't wait to get cookin!

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Old 04-12-2012, 09:55 PM   #84
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5 oz priming sugar like corn sugar would work.

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Old 04-13-2012, 01:40 PM   #85
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This looks like a great beer. Curieux is one of my favorites! I have decided to brew this as my first leap into AG.

I do have one question though. I like to bottle big tasty beers like this so they last a little longer and can be saved for special occasions. What should I prime this with and how much of it. Thanks in advance for any help and thank you for this great recipe. I can't wait to get cookin!
I carb my Belgian beers to just shy of 3 volumes. For a 5 gallon batch stored at room temp, that's 5.9oz.
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Old 04-13-2012, 01:49 PM   #86
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Would Belgian candy sugar be better than corn sugar?

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I have to taste this beer!

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Nah. For dubbels/quads you want the candi syrup (carmelized beet sugar) for color/flavor, but clear rock candy is no different from corn sugar. Save your money.
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Well you've convinced me sir. I'll be brewing up a batch of this this weekend in a marathon brew session. I have a 55 lb sack of Pilsen malt, and was looking for something to make with it other than the Schwarzbier I bought it for!
So how's it coming?
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So how's it coming?
ha! So I've had the oak cubes soaking in Jim Beam for the past 2 months. Just haven't made the damn beer!!
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