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Old 08-03-2008, 06:30 AM   #1
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I NEED to brew again. It's been 7 months! I'm at a standstill with the backyard projects until some parts arrive, so I decided that I'm going to get up and brew tomorrow! Since I don't have the brew rig completely set up, I'm going to do a very simple 6 gallon recipe, single infusion mash, and my first ever batch sparge.

The recipe is VERY loosely based on Ed's Haus Pale. I'm pulling the ingredients from stuff already on hand.

8 lbs 2-row
1 lb Biscuit
1/2 lb Caramunich
1 oz Amarillo
.5 oz Amarillo (30 mins)
.25 oz Amarillo (15 mins)
.25 oz Amarillo (5 mins)
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Old 08-03-2008, 06:34 AM   #2
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Sweet jebus! I would never thought you to put off brewing!

I brewed this today- little to no color

Batch size: 5.0 gallons

63% 7 lb American Six-row Pale 33 1
18% 2lb Rye Malt 30 2
9% 1lb Flaked Corn (Maize) 40 1
9% 1lb American White Wheat 39 2

hops
60 1oz Cascade pellet
10 1oz Summit pellet

Original Gravity
1.051 (1.046 to 1.053)
Final Gravity
1.012 (1.011 to 1.013)
Color
3° SRM
(Yellow)
Mash Efficiency
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Hit my numbers like a champ!

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Old 08-03-2008, 06:37 AM   #3
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I've been in limbo/transit since late Feb, so my last batch was the 8-8-8. It's time to brew again!

Mike, looks like a nice, simple rye pale.

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Old 08-03-2008, 06:53 AM   #4
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Oh thats right- you had a PCS right?

Ive been working my ass off at work too. Hopefully and the commander has kinda hinted at it, I will make MSgt in Feb.

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Yuri_Rage - It is time to start filling the pipeline, home projects can take ohh. half the day, brewing MUST come first. Otherwise where is your motivation?

MikeFlynn74 - Congratulations, and thank you.

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Old 08-03-2008, 09:48 AM   #6
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I hope you have a good session Yuri.

Lets see a brew of the set up in the new location.
Are you brewing on that slab?

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Finally all doughed in, strike temp is good. Brewing on the very small back porch. You can see the very modest beginnings of a rather large deck in the background. Final recipe is exactly as listed above except that I'm using 1/2 oz of Warrior at 60 mins so I can save a little of my Amarillo stash. Should be a nice evening.

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Go yuri go yuri! Its your birthday! Go yuri!

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It's always nice to get the fever again eh? I haven't brewed in a while either as the temps have been too hot (I brew indoors).

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Welcome back to the obsession.

Next time, do a Mogulus stream. It's what all the kids are up to these days

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