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Old 10-19-2012, 09:02 PM   #31
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You rock! Thanks for scaling this up for me!

Do you have any idea how much Tettnang to use when dry hoping?

Thanks again!

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Old 10-21-2012, 03:52 AM   #32
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You rock! Thanks for scaling this up for me!

Do you have any idea how much Tettnang to use when dry hoping?

Thanks again!
If I were to do it, I would try half an ounce per 5 gallon carboy/bucket for the last week of secondary before you bottle/keg. Try it before bottling and if it needs more time/hops adjust accordingly. Good Luck!
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:11 PM   #33
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As spring approaches, I think I am going to try to brew this up again but I am curious if anyone had tried my recipe with modifications?

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Old 01-07-2013, 09:13 PM   #34
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As spring approaches, I think I am going to try to brew this up again but I am curious if anyone had tried my recipe with modifications?
I haven't tried it at all, but thank you for the reminder. I loved this beer.
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Old 01-08-2013, 03:22 PM   #35
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Barhoc11- I made your recipe but upped the Honey Malt to 5.6 oz and Munich Malt to 4.8 oz. Everything else was the same. Came out very nice and pretty close to the original AS.

Thanks for the recipe!

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thanks for the quick responses, I am curious if anyone has tried upping the hops and/or dry hopping it? I want to make this up again but it would be nice to get a bottle of AS to refresh my memory!

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Old 01-11-2013, 07:33 AM   #37
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Will try attempt to brew this beer in about a months time, however I've got a load of Hallertau Tradition that needs to be used and am planning on using them instead of Tettnang.

Could this be an alternative? Should I perhaps add other hops to achieve more of the spicyness that the Tettnang possesses? Perhaps some saaz?

Also I'm not able to get a hold of honeymalt. Kan I substitute this with anything else? My LHBS has basically everything but honey malt...

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Will try attempt to brew this beer in about a months time, however I've got a load of Hallertau Tradition that needs to be used and am planning on using them instead of Tettnang.

Could this be an alternative? Should I perhaps add other hops to achieve more of the spicyness that the Tettnang possesses? Perhaps some saaz?

Also I'm not able to get a hold of honeymalt. Kan I substitute this with anything else? My LHBS has basically everything but honey malt...
In my opinion, I would wait until you can get the honey malt, that is the key ingredient in this but maybe someone else can chime in on this.

Regarding the hops, I think you might be OK but I would definitely take some of the suggestions talked about in this post as far as upping the hops and dry hoping.
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Well we're not able to get a hold of honey malt here in Sweden, perhaps not even in Europe... So melanoiden perhaps? Or caravienne?

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You could add some melanoiden or just mash a little higher. Anything that will add that hone sweetness.

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