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Old 04-07-2012, 02:29 PM   #1
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Default I'll be brewing a Pinstripe Red Ale clone today!

A Pinestripe Red Ale clone!

I plan on brewing this shortly, everything is ready to go and/or getting there.

My recipe is:

9 lbs. Pale US 2row
12 oz Car-Pils
8 oz Caramel Crystal 80
4 oz White Wheat Malt
2 oz Caramel Crystal 120

1.5oz Mt. Hood (FWR)
1.5oz Mt. Hood (60 min)
.5 tsp Irish Moss (10 min)
1oz Cascade (Flame Out)
1oz Saaz (Flame Out)

My schedule/plan looks like:

Mash in with 15.29 qts @ 162.1 degrees for 60 minutes.
Batch Sparge with 2.2 gallons @ 168
Batch Sparge with 2.2 gallons @ 168


Anyone see anything that should change?

How long should the sparge steps sit before draining? I'm thinking I add sparge water, stir it all up, let sit 10 minutes to settle the grain bed and begin my normal vorlauf/draining process. Just do this twice; once for each 2.2 gallons?

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Old 04-07-2012, 05:14 PM   #2
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Southern English brown ale on the docket for me.

Maris Otter, a touch of chocolate and some Crystal 80. EKG and Fuggles hops with some harvested Wyeast 1968 from my esb.

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Things aren't looking so hot for me (no pun intended). I mashed in at 152 and by the time it was all over I was hitting right at 145.3. I don't know how or why things dropped so drastically but they did. Nothing I can do now. I'm draining to the kettle as we speak and heating sparge water as well. Hope I get something decent out of my third AG batch. Thus far, they have alll been duds, due to my lack of knowledge.

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You should be fine Grant. 30 minutes is usually plenty for conversion, but the extra 30 is for assurances sake as a homebrewer. I am waiting for a boil as we speak. I may have overshot my OG, but that is not a problem for me.

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I hit mine perfect, or a touch over. I'm waiting on my sample to chill a bit in the fridge before I say for good.

I had a casualty though. My brand new CDN digital thermometer was dropped in the kettle at cooling time. I've learned that I now need a probe thermometer will a wire that allows me not to worry with fumbling a 15 dollar tool every time I boil.

My OG at ~90 was 1.042, so I may actually see a touch higher than the called for 1.046. Yeast is pitched and i'm stupid happy right now. Next...a stout.

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was wandering where you got this recipe and did it taste like a pinstripe from SKA?

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