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Old 10-10-2012, 08:31 PM   #1
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Default Local microbrewery released one of their recipes and detailed instructions

"Imperial sticke"

Its quite interesting to see how a recipe is done in bigger scales, and I am a bit surprised by the short times.

Any thoughts on the recipe?

http://szot.cl/recipe_imperial_oaked...eb_english.doc

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Old 10-10-2012, 09:57 PM   #2
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I was adding up the weeks and it really doesn't seem terribly fast. It's not uncommon for a beer, especially at the commercial level, to ferment out in 10 days. It then takes them another 4 weeks or so before they bottle it. It's actually probably a little on the slow side. My guess is they aren't using a filter so they are chilling the beer (or lagering) for an extended time period to help drop the hops, yeast and proteins out of suspension. But it's cool that they shared.

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I might be reading the recipe wrong but... what I understand is that they take only 24 days since its brewed to bottle it.

10 days in primary plus 14 days lagering.

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