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Old 02-20-2013, 08:27 PM   #71
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I think it would run out between the time I hear about it and the time I can get there. It's a 6 hour drive to Philly for me.

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Down to 1.020 today. There's still a nice krausen on top, and it seems very active. The sample tasted great. Lots of Simcoe coming through with a punchy clean bitterness. Hopefully the yeast chew off another 12-14 gravity points

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Old 02-23-2013, 10:38 PM   #73
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do you warm it up at the end of the fermentation?

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Old 02-24-2013, 03:35 AM   #74
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Did you use the hop extract vials from northern brewer, you have like 40ml? That would be like 8 of them.

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Ya, currently at 68F.

I use hop extract, but not from Northern Brewer. Yup, it would be 8 hop shots. This isn't a cheap beer.

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I use hop extract, but not from Northern Brewer. Yup, it would be 8 hop shots. This isn't a cheap beer.
Nice, I'm really looking forward to your tasting notes.

I think Amarillo is a pretty dramatic hop. I get huge passionfruit and tropical flavors with only modest amounts of dry hops. Don't want to try and make you second guess yourself but every time I use more than an ounce that's all I can taste.

I'm using Williams brewing hops btw.
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You can get 10 ml ones here http://www.yakimavalleyhops.com/category_s/1851.htm

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Do you know the volumetric equivalent of the can of extract on that yakimavalleyhops page?

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Hey Scottland, great blog. Thanks for sharing your knowledge through all the hard work, trial and error!!

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Do you know the volumetric equivalent of the can of extract on that yakimavalleyhops page?
It varies slightly. They sell the cans by weight of alpha acids. So there's 100g if Alpha in that can.

It equates to roughly 190-200ml of extract. You won't get every drop in a syringe., so figure 140-160ml. That's what I got. That's about 30 hop shot syringes, which would cost $60.

PS, when I checked the beer this morning, fermentation has slowed way down. There's still a small krausen on top, but it's close to done. We'll know the FG in about 2 days.
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