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Old 04-29-2010, 04:11 PM   #1
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Default Can you Brew It recipe for Magic Hat number 9

All recipes are 6 gallons post-boil (6 gallons post boil > 5.5 gallons in the fermenter > 5 gallons in bottling bucket/keg), 70% efficiency, Morey for color, 15% evaporation, Rager IBU, and most hops are in grams not ounces. Most, if not all recipes are primary only (no secondary).

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OG 1045
FG 1011
21 IBUs
SRM 6

90 minute boil

9.92 lbs Marris Otter
0.20 lbs crystal 80

0.25 oz columbus at 60min
14g cascade at 30min

Mash at 152 for 45 min
Mash out at 165 for 15min
Sparge at 170 for 45min

WLP002

Ferment at 68F

110ppm Ca for water used

Tasty reported that he used quite a bit of apricot extract. He took out 2 ounces of finished carbed beer and added drops of extract until he could smell the slight aroma of apricot. Then extrapolate that number over the keg. He also recommends doing this side by side with the commercial example.

Tasty used 63 drops per 12 oz bottle. This is 5oz in a keg. Start with a low amount and work your way up. Jamil noted that he would probably add half of what the recipe recommended and then work his way up. [Editor's note: You can always add extract, but it is tougher to take it out!]

Jamil said that perhaps using a 60 minute boil may help the color as the clone was slightly darker.

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Old 04-29-2010, 05:16 PM   #2
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I am planning to brew this simple brew in a few weeks. However, I plan to use WLP007 in place of WLP002. I think you will have a hard time getting your F.G. to 1.011 from 1.045 with WLP002. WLP007 should hit it right on the head. Also, do not forget the apricot extract...

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I am planning to brew this simple brew in a few weeks. However, I plan to use WLP007 in place of WLP002. I think you will have a hard time getting your F.G. to 1.011 from 1.045 with WLP002. WLP007 should hit it right on the head. Also, do not forget the apricot extract...
Huh? You realize EricCSU is posting these from the Brewing Network's Can You Brew It? show, right? These are real recipes straight and tested from the brewers themselves. (Thanks loads for doing this, BTW Eric - you kick serious ass.)

Oh, and where in the world did you come up with apricot extract?
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This recipe does need extract. I posted on accident before and I left for a call (I am a paramedic) and have not found the instructions for flavoring yet. Stay tuned.

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Then I need my hearing (or memory) checked! I listened to that episode and don't recall anything about apricot extract...

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Huh? You realize EricCSU is posting these from the Brewing Network's Can You Brew It? show, right? These are real recipes straight and tested from the brewers themselves. (Thanks loads for doing this, BTW Eric - you kick serious ass.)

Oh, and where in the world did you come up with apricot extract?
I will take the high road and not respond to your post.
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Umm, OK? Didn't realize I took the low one...

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Recipe now updated to include flavoring extract. Jamil and Tasty begin to discuss this right around 56:45.

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About to do this for the girlfriend, but for some reason I wanted to use dried apricots. I was reading an old recipe here and they used 3lbs of puree

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Thanks everyone. I brewed yesterday to those specifications.

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