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Old 06-18-2011, 10:15 PM   #11
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I'm doing this one today as an extract. Basically, I'm going to sub in 7 lbs. of pale LME and steep the Crystal. Also, I plan to sub in WLP007 to counteract the likely attenuation problems due to extract. Will report back on how it turns out.

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Old 06-19-2011, 08:40 AM   #12
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I made this a couple of days ago and did use Willamette as the sub for Palisade.
Also decided to go with OG of 1054 so just need to wait and see how it turns out now.
Now this has been in the bottles for 6wks it is very nice and very close to the origional.
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Old 06-23-2011, 12:55 AM   #13
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Now this has been in the bottles for 6wks it is very nice and very close to the origional.
Good to know. I have weighed it out and hope to brew this wknd. There's an awful lot of crystal in it though. Anderson Valley makes some great brews.
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Love the Boont, can't believe the crazy hop additions

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I'm happy to report the extract + steeping method yielded awesome results. I kegged my beer last night and was very pleased.

EDIT: I should add that I was right to use WLP007 in this version. I hit OG spot on, but FG was a bit higher than the recipe at about 1.018. Without 007, it might have been even higher.

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Good to know. I have weighed it out and hope to brew this wknd. There's an awful lot of crystal in it though. Anderson Valley makes some great brews.

Finally brewed this beast, will update when I sample in a month or so. This is the strangest recipe I've brewed recently, lots of malt but a smidgen of hops.
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How did you guys do the cascade addition. Just add it at the very end or should it be dryhopped. I dont have a hopback..

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I live about 20 minutes from this brewery. To heck with the amber, if you can find their Poleeko Gold or their Hop Ottin your in for a treat

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Old 08-28-2011, 08:00 AM   #19
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How did you guys do the cascade addition. Just add it at the very end or should it be dryhopped. I dont have a hopback..
At the end.

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Old 10-08-2011, 05:29 PM   #20
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I'm brewing 10 gallons of this today. I tweaked the recipe to fit my system and had to replace the Horizon addition with more Magnum. I also do not have a hopback so I will be using the Cascade at flame out. I'll post back with the results in a few weeks.

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