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Old 04-09-2010, 09:14 PM   #1
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Default Finally gearing up for Stone XI recipe

Today is the day! I've been planning this for months, working on simpler recipes the past few weeks. I think I have the huevos to do the big boy. Partial mash w/ 7lbs of grain. My last partial mash I got 72% effic. I am stoked! I'll post the recipe I'm using later, gotta get to brewing. My pacman yeast starter is chomping at the bit to get ahold of this stuff.

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Hit my strike temp right on, bout done w/ mash, time to boil!

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pacman is not going to give this the same character as the original, you need to use WLP007

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Thanks for the input. I understand how a difference in yeast affects final product. I should have said it is not an exact clone recipe, more of a guideline if you will. I like Pacman, I culture Pacman, so I used it. I think the high attenuation level will benefit this beer. I'll do this recipe next time (if it works out) w/ a different yeast, probably the one you suggest, to note differences in profile. Stick w/ what you're comfortable w/ and expand from there. Thanks for the comment. Oh by the way, everything went great, hit my target #'s I figured bout 80% effic w/ BIAB partial mash. No BS. YeeHaa! have a great evening all.

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