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Old 06-22-2012, 03:11 AM   #21
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Beautiful!

Did you use a secondary? And how long in primary?

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Old 06-22-2012, 02:05 PM   #22
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Beautiful!

Did you use a secondary? And how long in primary?
I use a conical fermenter, so my process is a bit unique.

Another question on how to use them popped up a couple weeks ago, here I briefly describe my system.
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f163/conicals-332328/

All of my 1.060 gravity and below ferment for 24 days with little mini trub dumps taking place every 3rd day. After the 24 days, they are cold crashed to 34f for a week. Finally to the keg for carbonation.

So all primary, no secondary.
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Old 06-22-2012, 02:25 PM   #23
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O yeah, I remember the pic you posted now. Makes this bucket brewer jealous

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I'm going to brew this one again on Tuesday and try to boost the ABV by adding more sorghum.

6lb Sorghum
1lb 6oz BRS
1lb Candi Syrup, Dark
1lb Rice Syrup Solids

By my calculation it should net me 6.8% using S-04, and I'll stick with my hop schedule.

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I did brew this again with 6.6lbs of sorghum and the rest as above.

It came out great, but the sorghum is showing up now. It's still really good though.

In fact, I need to stop drinking it because it's only been in the bottle 3 weeks or so, but I can tell it's getting better with age.

No more drinking it for at least one month. I WILL NOT!

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Brewed another version of this on Saturday. I have some friends visiting from the NL in June so I dubbed this "Dutch Invasion IPA".

Fermentables:
5lbs sorghum (half added at flameout)
1lb rice syrup solids @ 60
2lbs caramelized clover honey @ 60
1lb clear candi syrup (hard) @ 60

Hops (IBU's calculated at 71):
1oz Chinook @ 60
0.5oz of citra and Amarillo @ 20
0.5oz of citra and Amarillo @ 7
Will secondary in keg and dry hop with 1oz of Amarillo

Other:
8oz maltodextrin
Irish moss
yeast nutrient

OG: 1.062 and Safale S-05 was pitched.

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