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Old 09-22-2009, 06:37 PM   #1
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Default My Next Brew - Northern Brewer - Patersbier

I was planning on brewing this one next: Northern Brewer Patersbier. Has anyone tried this out yet?

I can't wait!

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I've had an All Pils SMaSH with Saaz that was fermented with WLP530, which is supposed to be the same strain.

You'll be surprised at how much "stuff" you get from that yeast. Very enjoyable beer.

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careful with that strain, it's a beast. I almost had blowoff from a 3 gallon batch in a 5.5 gallon bucket.

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careful with that strain, it's a beast. I almost had blowoff from a 3 gallon batch in a 5.5 gallon bucket.
thanks for the warning!
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Old 09-25-2009, 04:57 AM   #5
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i'm about to bottle a batch of that this weekend.

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I've heard it's socially awkward.

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Old 09-25-2009, 06:53 AM   #7
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Nb put this in the same aging category as a barleywine? Really? Anybody go long with this one in bottles? I was thinking of trying it with the hopes that it could be a yeast builder in my belgian repetoire, but 6 months for a session beer would be too patient for this guy!

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Ok nevermind. Six weeks not months- I think ill try this fella on for size its supposedly based on the "extra" type beers that don't really see the us market and rarely leave the breweries.

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I brewed the all-grain version of this one and have had it in the bottle for over 4 weeks now. It's one of my favorite brews to date. It's delicious and smooth but offers amazing complexity and different flavors as the beer warms up in the glass.

Definitely give it a shot.

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i threw an additional lb of honey in the boil to get the ABV where i want.

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