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Old 05-22-2012, 03:57 AM   #11
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Thanks!

I am just glad you brewed the recipe, completely agree that this smelled delicious making it. Have very high hopes that this one will turn out special.

Good luck, if you feel like trading a couple bottles let me know. Wouk be interesting in seeing how they compare/contrast.

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Old 05-24-2012, 05:04 AM   #12
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Good to hear. I'd be happy to exchange some double deuces with you once I can confirm this batch comes out ok.

Regarding yeast nutrient, I added some to this batch since I had it sitting around and fermentation was down right EXPLOSIVE compared to the lazy result I had without it.

I have no idea how this will effect the end product, if at all, but it did its job for sure.

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Good to hear. I'd be happy to exchange some double deuces with you once I can confirm this batch comes out ok.

Regarding yeast nutrient, I added some to this batch since I had it sitting around and fermentation was down right EXPLOSIVE compared to the lazy result I had without it.

I have no idea how this will effect the end product, if at all, but it did its job for sure.
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Old 05-30-2012, 04:44 AM   #14
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Kegged this one tonight, getting close!

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Old 05-30-2012, 04:50 AM   #15
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Good to hear!

I mentioned this in another thread where I am having some fermentation troubles, but with the addition of yeast nutrient in this batch my version of your recipe was done fermenting in a week or so and it tastes great!

I actually quite enjoyed drinking my hydrometer sample. The bittering hops were a tad overwhelming, but the beer is was only 9 days old so I expect everything to mellow out eventually.

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Old 06-17-2012, 03:17 PM   #16
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Bottled this up on Friday. It smelled GREAT!

Can't wait to drink this one.

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My wife and I have have been drinking this one for a couple days now, turned out great! Will get a picture or two this evening of the final product

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Old 06-22-2012, 12:41 AM   #18
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My friend, I thank you again for the recipe. I just popped one, and it's awesome!

I'll definitely be brewing this one again, but next time I plan to stick more closely to your original recipe. Mine is DAMN HOPPY! Which isn't bad, but I'll try it your way next time.

Here's a head pic after only 6 days in the bottle:

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Mine is also almost completely opaque. Next time I'll try some Irish moss to try and clear it up.

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Old 06-22-2012, 01:19 AM   #19
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BTW, there is virtually 0 twang to this beer. I am not sure if its the hops overpowering it, the lowered percentage of sorghum in the batch compared to other fermentables or the fact that I added the sorghum late, but I can just barely pick it up when the beer warms near the end of a bottle.

Guess I should drink faster

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Heres how mine turned out, crystal clear with a nice amber hue.
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