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Old 08-22-2014, 02:41 AM   #61
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What are you making with the second running and does it come out tasting good?


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Today I brewed 15 gallons of Bourbon county Stout @ 1.112. Ran an additional 10.5 gallons of water thru the used grain and come up with 8 gallons of 1.074 Little County Stout, can't wait to try little county to see what it taste like. If it comes out tasty I will try to make it a 10 gallon Little County stout next time. Hops used for Little county were Centennial and Amarillo.

Any ideas how I would save the second running Little County Stout as a recipe in a brewing app?


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Anyone try Wyeast 1728 in this recipe?
Or what other yeast have you tried that come out good?


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