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Old 02-22-2013, 07:49 PM   #201
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I don't think I would intentionally oxidize mostly fermented beer. Rousing the yeast is ok, but not trying to introduce oxygen.

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Old 02-22-2013, 09:14 PM   #202
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Aging? I ain't got time for that. Two weeks in the bucket, rack to keg and force carb. I didn't want to lose any hop aroma.
Ha, hey I'm with you, the sooner the better... and if the flavor is the same then heck yeah, I'm force carbing... What was your method of force carb? Would 30 PSI for 24 hours work?
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Old 02-22-2013, 11:09 PM   #203
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Looking at the two bottles I picked up yesterday. Bottled 1/10/13.

Will be tasting against my clone bottled 2/9/13.

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Old 02-22-2013, 11:37 PM   #204
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Let me know how your Double Jack comes out, it's my wife's favorite beer and our house IPA which we brew on a regular basis. Brewing the Wookey next week...
First batch came out horribly.. cloudy, hops got into the keg, a strange wooden/nutty taste.. worst batch to date.

This is my second but I missed my OG by 8 points.. so i might wind up more with the Union Jack. Still trying to get a feel for my AG setup.

@samandbekah Mine usually needs 36 hours @ 30psi and then i dial it back. I typically don't shake my kegs although i did on this one. Patience isn't my strong suit especially when I'm out of homebrew.
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Old 02-23-2013, 01:01 AM   #205
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For all you successful brewers of Wookey clone...

How long are you aging it for? I am going to be brewing this tomorrow and I want to know what to expect for a time range... More specifically, I am going to keg it and want to know how long I should let it sit.
You should be able to drink it the day you keg it.... You may see it get better over the next couple weeks but it will hit a point where the hop aroma and flavor will fall off so the quicker you can get to drinking the better with the hoppy beers like this. If you have a clean ferment you will be primed to drink immediately. Like Skeezer said adequate cell count and O2 with a controlled temp and you should see success. Good luck and I suggest brewing his Stone 15th Anniversary clone recipe too, that is the best beer I have ever made.
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Old 02-23-2013, 02:14 AM   #206
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For all you successful brewers of Wookey clone...

How long are you aging it for? I am going to be brewing this tomorrow and I want to know what to expect for a time range... More specifically, I am going to keg it and want to know how long I should let it sit.
this should have been my proper reply but I was at work...
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Old 02-23-2013, 04:17 PM   #207
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I was drinking mine within 3 weeks. Its mighty tasty!

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Old 02-23-2013, 06:45 PM   #208
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I thought it got better at around week 3 or 4

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I'm looking for a little insight on what everyone's doing for the dry hop. My plan is to add the 1st addition and then the second after 3 days. Then keg after 7 more days. 10 days total dry hop time.

I don't have much experience with double dry hop additions and am looking for any advice.

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