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Old 03-15-2014, 07:19 PM   #21
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Basically I should never listen to the fat guy at my lhbs! I'm a little irritated with all of this!

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Old 03-15-2014, 07:20 PM   #22
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Oh God you used Cluster hops? For aroma? Bad move Ron. No it's not your yeast. How do you spell cat piss? I spell it Cluster hops. Live and learn. Here is my tried and true Irish Red ale recipe. This one is devine. I've used this grain bill for multiple beers and it works out really well.

weighttypeboil timecolorppgpoints
38%3.00 lbsGolden Promise60 min2°L37.016.65
9%12.00 ozBelgian Biscuit Malt60 min23°L36.04.05
9%12.00 ozBritish Crystal 50/6060 min55°L34.03.83
3%4.00 ozBelgian Special B60 min220°L30.01.13
40%3.15 lbsNorthern Brewer Liquid Maris Otter Extract5°L36.022.68

weighttypeformphasealpha acidtimeaauibu
1.00 ozUS WillametteLeafBoil4.5%60 min3.8318
1.00 ozUS SterlingLeafBoil7.0%15 min5.9514
1.00 ozUS WillametteLeafBoil4.5%5 min3.834

weighttypephase
0.17 ozIrish Moss 20 min.Boil

You can use Goldings hops instead if you choose. This will give you a OG of 1.048, and F.G of 1.012 for a 4.7%ABV. A nice 14 SRM and 36 IBU. I use Wyeast 1084 Irish Ale yeast. I mash with 6 quarts of water at 153 degrees F for 60 minutes. Primary for 7 days at 68 degrees F and secondary for 7 days at 68 degrees F then bottle or keg.

Try this, you will enjoy it.
Is this an extract recipe?

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Old 03-15-2014, 07:23 PM   #23
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I'm guessing partial mash. I wish I had the funds to purchase equipment to do so. I'm struggling to even pick up a kit right now.

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Old 03-15-2014, 09:12 PM   #24
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Yes it's partial mash but I can covert it to whatever you want, all grain or extract with grains. Let me know. Yeah if you have to use Cluster, don't and if you really have to use it do so as a bittering hop but then reconsider and don't. Cluster is a really old American hop and the newer varieties are now much much better.

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Old 03-17-2014, 01:02 AM   #25
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I guess the taste that comes to mind is dry. Like a very dry wine or champagne

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