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Old 11-11-2011, 06:40 PM   #11
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Oh yeah. - I just saw that too. I just assumed that the grape juice was in the boil.

How did you calculate a projected OG?

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Old 11-11-2011, 06:46 PM   #12
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Oh yeah. - I just saw that too. I just assumed that the grape juice was in the boil.

How did you calculate a projected OG?
Kind of an educated guess -- it's not really cemented in yet. I'm not super worried about hitting a specific OG, just going for something above 1.080. I guess I could do the grape juice in the boil. That might blend the flavors better. Hmmm.
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Old 11-11-2011, 06:58 PM   #13
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I am completely ignorant to the correct way to design a recipe or the proper way to utilize ingredients. But the boil sounds like a good idea to me.

However, if it is going to sit for over a year then the blending of the flavors probably wouldn't be an issue. I wish I had some more input this brew is getting me very excited.
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Old 11-11-2011, 07:06 PM   #14
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I am completely ignorant to the correct way to design a recipe or the proper way to utilize ingredients. But the boil sounds like a good idea to me.

However, if it is going to sit for over a year then the blending of the flavors probably wouldn't be an issue. I wish I had some more input this brew is getting me very excited.
Yeah, might as well add it at the end of the boil. After a year, it's all going to be the same probably anyway.

Glad I could get you excited

I hope I remember to post back about how it turned out... feel free to remind me this time next year!
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I will hopefully remember.

If you don't mind you should post how the wort was, what your gravities that you hit were, you efficiency, and how it tasted after the grape juice addition.

I will probably make this in the next month or two to be ready for next christmas, my family would LOVE it!

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I will hopefully remember.

If you don't mind you should post how the wort was, what your gravities that you hit were, you efficiency, and how it tasted after the grape juice addition.

I will probably make this in the next month or two to be ready for next christmas, my family would LOVE it!
For sure. Not sure exactly when I'm going to brew, but I will. Let me know how yours turns out too! And if you have any more suggestions!
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Old 11-11-2011, 08:21 PM   #17
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After doing a little research, I think I am going to cut the cardamon down to 1 pod.

EDIT: Maybe, maybe not. Maybe I will do just 1/2 tsp ground instead. Hmmm.

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Old 02-11-2012, 02:45 AM   #18
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Did this ever get brewed? This recipe made me all nostalgic, thinking about my gløgg-guzzling days, and I'm curious to see how this reinterpretation turned out.

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How did this turn out ?

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