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Old 08-14-2013, 02:39 PM   #581
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Oops.... Yeah they are in the boil. I just labeled them wrong in beersmith!
When did you toss in the sugars? I may have to give this recipe a whirl this weekend.
Also was this cinnamon on point? I've never brewer with it..but 2 sticks and then an addition in the secondary was not overpowering?


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Old 08-15-2013, 12:41 AM   #582
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Making gdlaws recipe but using the vanilla butter and nut flavoring



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Old 08-15-2013, 12:44 AM   #583
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Wondering i should omit the vanilla beans soaked in.vodka since im using the butter and nut extract..

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Old 08-16-2013, 03:06 PM   #584
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I am going to brew this on Sunday. Thinking to leave out all of the artificial extracts and just use spices and a diacetyl producing strain of yeast. I'm in S Florida with no ferm chamber so it just may work out well for me.

Have people had success using ringwood?

Gotta say, this thread goes from extreme to extreme

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Old 08-17-2013, 11:26 AM   #585
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I am going to brew this on Sunday. Thinking to leave out all of the artificial extracts and just use spices and a diacetyl producing strain of yeast. I'm in S Florida with no ferm chamber so it just may work out well for me.

Have people had success using ringwood?

Gotta say, this thread goes from extreme to extreme
I'm brewing this Sunday, too. Ringwood seems to be the correct strain, though I haven't tried my final results yet. I'm actually using the WLP005, which is the ringwood strain, but from another brewery. I have a nice 2L starter going as we speak. Good luck. We'll have to compare notes.
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I'm brewing this Sunday, too. Ringwood seems to be the correct strain, though I haven't tried my final results yet. I'm actually using the WLP005, which is the ringwood strain, but from another brewery. I have a nice 2L starter going as we speak. Good luck. We'll have to compare notes.
I'm going to be using WLP013 London Ale as LHBS did not have Ringwood in stock. Not using a starter as I cut down on the gravity and am shooting for a 1.077 OG. Laziness is also a factor.
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Anyone use Windsor dry ale yeast?

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Please update this thread and let us know how the ringwood ale strain works out

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I love this stuff! I just bought three 22 oz bottles (@ $9 ea.). Can anyone vouch for the AHS kit?

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Please update this thread and let us know how the ringwood ale strain works out
I brewed Sunday. Let me say the 2L starter smelled attrocious, but I did taste some of the liquid when I decanted. Holy Diacetyl. It was nearly overwhelming. Good news!

Brew day f'ing blew. This was my first AG attempt at pumpkin. I used 3 lbs of pumpkin puree, as I couldn't source viable pumpkins yet. Well, I didn't preheat my puree. Just went straight from can to mash. OOPS! I forgot my laws of thermal conductivity and specific heat. I ended up mashing at around 146! See my post here....you really gotta consider this or you will mash very low. I was off by 10 degrees.

I also had a very stuck sparge, even with rice hulls. This was probably at least partially caused by low mash. It took me nearly 1.25 hours to sparge, and I came up about 1 gallon short. Ugh.

I learned a lot for next time, which will be in about 2 weeks.

But yeah, ringwood is the bees knees so far. I already have a 3-4 inch thick krausen on this bad boy and it's only been fermenting for about 18 hours. Good thing I came up short on my volume, because I misplaced my blowoff tube!


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