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Old 11-10-2012, 05:24 AM   #1
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Hi guys, I found a recipe online that I'd like to brew but it is for 6 gallons. My brew pot can handle full boils for 5 gallons no problem, it would be iffy for 6.

My question, should modify the hop schedule? I can do the math for the grain bill.

It's a green flash ipa clone.

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Old 11-10-2012, 05:40 AM   #2
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I would not modify the schedule but I would modify the hop amount by adding 20% for each addition. Same with the grain bill.

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Hi guys, I found a recipe online that I'd like to brew but it is for 6 gallons. My brew pot can handle full boils for 5 gallons no problem, it would be iffy for 6.

My question, should modify the hop schedule? I can do the math for the grain bill.

It's a green flash ipa clone.
Please let me know how this turns out. I love that beer. Where did you find the recipe?
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I would not modify the schedule but I would modify the hop amount by adding 20% for each addition. Same with the grain bill.
Really? I want to decrease the recipe..
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Please let me know how this turns out. I love that beer. Where did you find the recipe?
I will post it when I figure it out. I found it on the can you brew it podcast. One of my favorite beers as well!
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Oops, sorry read it wrong. Was doing some quality control testing on an apa tonight. Then decrease the hop amounts by 16.6%.

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