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Old 05-15-2012, 03:34 AM   #1
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I am looking into making something similar to deschutes mirror pond pale ale. On the deschutes website they say that its a 90 min boil time. I am very new to homebrewing (this will be my third batch). Why do they say 90 min vs the 60 min i used to seeing? Does it make a difference? Any answers as to why they say this?

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Old 05-15-2012, 03:38 AM   #2
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Are you doing all-grain or extract?

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90 minute boils are used to:

A) Boil off DMS when using pilsner malt

B) Boil off more water to give yourself a higher starting gravity.

If neither of these issues are a concern for you, boil for 60 minutes.

Also, double posting is not necessary.

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im going to be doing just extract, and thanks for the quick reply. Good know i dont need to double post. thanks again.

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more time to put hops in..

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