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Old 08-23-2009, 01:19 PM   #11
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Thanks for the help guys im gonna have to put something together with this info and see what I get. Thanks so much

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Old 08-23-2009, 02:07 PM   #12
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Ok how dose this look to you Im a newbe so all the help is very much appreciated.


64.6 IBU
6.7ABV
6*SRM
1.067OG
1.021FG

12lb Two-row pale
1LB Munich malt
6oz caramel/crystal 60L

1.25oz summit 60min
1.0oz Centennial 5min
1.0oz Amarillo 5min
1.0oz Centennial Dry hop at 7 days
1.0oz Amarillo Dry hop at 7 days

Wyeast London ESB Ale (1968)

Im thinking I may need more dry hops. Thoughts?

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Old 08-23-2009, 06:46 PM   #13
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I'm pretty sure your fg will finish lower than 1.021, so you can probably use less grain to achieve the same abv. You can mash at like 149 to make it nice and fermentable and then you will finish dryer (like 1.014) like an ipa should be. Check the attenuation % on that esb yeast.

I would move some of the summit up to 30m or so because you want some of its nice flavor. Looks good otherwise. What's your efficiency?

This should make something similar to total domination. If it is tricerahops you are after, it has a lot more hops and alcohol. Personally, I prefer total domination.

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Old 08-23-2009, 07:47 PM   #14
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Last brew day my effciency was crap like 62 but blame it on a few to many home brews. The beer came out fantastic thow finished at 1.004. I mashed at 150*F on that one. Before that have been getting 78-80%.

Been trying to get hold of the guy who gave me this to find out for sure wich one it was. I'm thinking it was total domination since he said something about there other IPA was to much hops for him.

Ok sounds like a plan chanced hop addition like this.

.75 oz summit 60min pellet
.50oz summit 30min pellet
1.0oz centennial 5min pellet
1.0oz Amarillo 5min pellet
1.0oz centennial dry hop leaf
1.0oz Amarillo dry hop leaf

I had my calculator set for a 3gal boil woops. Reset it for a 5gal and hitting rite at 66IBU now.
There (Ninkasi) web site said its 65ibu so close enuff for me.

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Old 11-05-2009, 03:05 PM   #15
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So sub-zero, how did your recipe turn out? Well, I hope. I'm considering making an extract version of this if it turned out for you.

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Old 11-05-2009, 09:27 PM   #16
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What I made was an extract version this time around. I just dry hopped it and will be bottleing on the 10th. So far it is great best taisting wort I have ever made. I will post the recipe I used in a bit or you can look it up on hopville under Rat Poison IPA

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Old 11-06-2009, 01:05 AM   #17
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this is what i made

Ninkasi IPA extract
5.0gal
OG 1.067
FG 1.020
IBU 61.3
ABV 6.5
SRM 9*

6.8lb X-light dry malt extract
1.0lb Munich Malt
0.6oz Caramel/Crystal Malt-60L
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60min .75oz columbus
30min .5oz Columbus
5min 1.0oz centennial
5min 1.0oz Amarillo
dry hop 7days 1.0oz Centennial
dry hop 7day 1.0oz Amarillo
Wyeast London ESB (1968) Irish moss last 15min of boil

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Thanks, sub-zero. You're the best!

I'm going to start this one soon so it can age. The Total Domination is my aunt's favorite beer, & she's coming to visit in February for the Michigan Winter Beer Festival. I'm hoping to serve her a decent approximation of it. Thanks to you, I hope to do that. =)

Thanks again, & let us know how your batch turns out.

Edit for Question: Why the Columbus instead of Summit hops, as a substitution?

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this is what i made

Ninkasi IPA extract
5.0gal
OG 1.067
FG 1.020
IBU 61.3
ABV 6.5
SRM 9*

6.8lb X-light dry malt extract
1.0lb Munich Malt
0.6oz Caramel/Crystal Malt-60L
Hops
60min .75oz columbus
30min .5oz Columbus
5min 1.0oz centennial
5min 1.0oz Amarillo
dry hop 7days 1.0oz Centennial
dry hop 7day 1.0oz Amarillo
Wyeast London ESB (1968) Irish moss last 15min of boil

Looks like you left out the summit and used crystal 60L instead of carahell? I'm probably going to make this really soon and happen to have summit/carahell on hand. Either way I'm sure it will be tasty.
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Old 11-06-2009, 09:35 PM   #20
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Yeah when I got supplys they didnt have any summit so I used Columbus. I know it wont be quit as bitter but that is good with me. The crystal 60L is what I have had for the recipe from the start. You think the carahell will make a big differnce in final product? I would love to know how it comes out for you if you use it?
This is going to be a redo soon to try to profect it. It would be great if some one else made it also for more insite and to compare notes to profect it.

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