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Old 09-22-2009, 08:16 PM   #31
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Only Three? SWMBO and I polished off a 12 pack on Saturday night! I think I did most of the polishing though.
I though you said your wife was sick. Just a ploy to get rid of me quick and hoard all the Jubelale to yourself.
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Old 09-28-2009, 04:16 PM   #32
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I though you said your wife was sick. Just a ploy to get rid of me quick and hoard all the Jubelale to yourself.
Just saw this Jess...And she was, which is why I polished off most of the 12er myself! We didn't even have it when you were down.
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Old 11-19-2009, 07:21 PM   #33
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This is my wifes all time favorite beer.. She practically gets wet when it is released every year.. I am going to try to brew it up this weekend.. I would be curious if anyone else has ever tried to brew it and how it turned out... I will defnitely report unless someone beats me to it.

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Old 11-19-2009, 07:25 PM   #34
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This is my wifes all time favorite beer.. She practically gets wet when it is released every year.. I am going to try to brew it up this weekend.. I would be curious if anyone else has ever tried to brew it and how it turned out... I will defnitely report unless someone beats me to it.
I plan on brewing it for next winter, probably around march/april time. I love the stuff too, but don't get wet
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I plan on brewing it for next winter, probably around march/april time. I love the stuff too, but don't get wet
Wow! March or April.. You must age your beers longer than I do.. I am planning on making some this weekend to drink by Christmas.. But I am impatient as hell...
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Wow! March or April.. You must age your beers longer than I do.. I am planning on making some this weekend to drink by Christmas.. But I am impatient as hell...
wow, that is a tight timeline, are you going to filter it?
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wow, that is a tight timeline, are you going to filter it?
No plans to filter it.. I figure a week (maybe two) in primary, two weeks secondary, keg and drink in about 5 days.. At least, that's my typical schedule.. Any reason the jubelale should differ?
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Old 11-20-2009, 03:45 AM   #38
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That is pretty quick for this beer, which will definitely take some time to "simmer down" - I'll bet the batch you make now will be really good and balanced by about... March 2010.

Seriously, this will take a while to condition.

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What kind of brewing timeline would you guys recommend for this beer? something like 2 weeks primary, 2 weeks 2ndary and 12 weeks in the bottle/keg?

Now my wife is gettin' all pissy because I told her that this beer may not be ready by Christmas.... damn.. Seriously though, I am strictly an ale guy (1.050 to 1.060 typically) and havent brewed many beers heavier than that..
But why so long an aging for this brew? How long do you guys age your pale ales before drinking?

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The real issue with this particular recipe is the marrying of all of the hops - there are six different hop varieties in this beer, all competing for attention. You won't get the smoothness of the actual Jubelale until they've had time to sit down and get to know one another in the bottle/keg for a few weeks.

I know that when I had this year's Jubelale at the end of October at the Deschutes brewery, my thought at the time was, "Wow, this is going to be really good in December!" - Which, frankly, is when a Winter Warmer should be consumed!

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