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Old 11-11-2010, 12:25 AM   #11
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BTW what recipe are you using? I am really digging the celebration right now too and I would like to make something similar.
I've got a decent clone of Celebration in my recipe drop-down.
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Old 11-11-2010, 02:09 PM   #12
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I know what you mean. I bought a case the day it showed up here! Does it seem to have less hop aroma to you this year? (I know people say this every year but I swear it seems subdued this year!)
Agreed, but last year I had some that was harsh. Next time I bought it was really hoppy, but not as harsh. This year less hoppy with better balance and flavor IMO. Still my favorite seasonal of the year.
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Old 11-11-2010, 02:25 PM   #13
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BTW what recipe are you using? I am really digging the celebration right now too and I would like to make something similar.
Got this from Denny Conn and he said it is spot on. 5.5 gal, Tinseth was used
75% eff, SRM 9.9, 68IBU, mash @ 152, OG 1.068

13.25lb 2-row
1lb crystal 60
1.25oz Chinook 60min
.65oz Chinook 30min
.5oz Centenial 0min
.50oz Centenial Dry Hop
.50oz Cascade Dry Hop
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That being said, read the Celebration thread in recipes now. SN mashes at 156 and uses crystall 55 with Canadian 2-row. A lot of info in that thread. I think when I make it I will mash at 154 and split the difference. Denny said it's spot on, although I haven't made it yet, I think he would be a good source for a recipe.
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Old 11-30-2010, 08:54 PM   #14
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Can you brew it did a clone with help from Steve Dressler from SN. I'd be more inclined to use that recipe. One thing I noticed is the large dose of crystal 50-60L and the high mash temp.

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