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Old 09-07-2012, 12:00 AM   #1
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Lets see them!

I have an DIPA dry hopping now

16.5lb 2row
1.25 aromatic

100 ibu
Bitter with simcoe and warrior
Flavored with centennial, cascade
finished and dry hopped with cascade.

I will keg this weekend after a 4 week primary and hope to enjoy it in 2-3 weeks.

What are you brewing?

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Old 09-07-2012, 12:23 AM   #2
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Its stout time around here.

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Old 09-07-2012, 12:36 AM   #3
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Tis the season..

Could you point me in the direction of a solid recipe? I have yet to brew a stout.

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Yep, I'm brewing an IPA on Monday, and then an oatmeal stout on Wednesday. My recipe is in my recipe pull-down, under my avatar, and in the recipe database with other stout recipes.

I don't usually do any really big fall/winter beers but I do love a stout after dinner in the fall and then back to my regularly schedule hoppy beers.

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Yooper I am a hop addict as well.. 4/5 of my beers are pales or ipas

Also, I will check out that stout recipe for sure. I brewed your dead guy clone and it was delightful.

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Yooper I am a hop addict as well.. 4/5 of my beers are pales or ipas

Also, I will check out that stout recipe for sure. I brewed your dead guy clone and it was delightful.
I'm glad you liked it! It's a malt bomb for sure, but a nice change from my overly hoppy beers.
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I recently brewed a couple stouts that have been bottle conditioning for about 6 weeks now. I have a pumpkin ale that I used coffee malt in that I'll bottle this weekend. I plan on brewing a robust porter that I'll add vanilla to half of and spice to the other half. Then my holiday amber ale that I call "pfeffernusse ale" will be brewed after that.. Yoopers dead guy sounds good, I might have to add that to the list!

EDIT: Sorry! This was supposed to be favorite Fall Recipes, and I kinda took it all the way to winter..

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I added cold steeped columbian coffee to Yoopers dead guy at the end of the boil (it was for a contest where I had to use coffee) and it blended incredibly.

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I really like coffee in beer. I made a vanilla espresso stout once, and it was one of my favorite batches ever!

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My recipe is in my recipe pull-down, under my avatar,
I never noticed that little tag... LOL.. Thanks yoop.
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