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Old 05-06-2011, 10:50 PM   #11
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I REALLY want to brew this recipe, Yoop, but I have no way of lagering at this point.....I guess I will put on the wish-list.

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Old 06-08-2011, 05:57 PM   #12
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I'm looking for a proven Bock recipe as well, but am mainly just posting to say how, as of the moment I write this, Yooper's recent change of avatar seems unfair to Deuce.

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Old 06-08-2011, 06:01 PM   #13
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yeah. plus how'd they get that guys face on my body?

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Old 06-08-2011, 10:53 PM   #14
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I'm looking for a proven Bock recipe as well, but am mainly just posting to say how, as of the moment I write this, Yooper's recent change of avatar seems unfair to Deuce.
I change it all the time. Maybe next time it will be a famous hockey player. Or just plain old me in a dominatrix outfit. You never can tell!
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Old 03-27-2012, 01:27 PM   #15
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Dumb question - how large is a "large starter"? All I have is a 1L flask.

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Old 03-31-2012, 10:29 PM   #16
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Dumb question - how large is a "large starter"? All I have is a 1L flask.
I think about 3L or so would do it, but consult mrmalty.com's pitching calculator to get the correct amount.
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Old 10-30-2012, 02:07 AM   #17
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Sorry to re-zombify this old thread, but I'm planning to give this recipe a shot. I'm probably going to PM-ify it, so it'll be somewhere between the extract and AG versions you've posted. (I'll probably also swap out hops).

One question for you. The recipe header in the first post shows 38 IBU, while in the AG post you say you adjusted to aim for 25. When I punch your extract recipe into my brewing calculator, it predicts about 27 IBU. The question is: is the 38 IBU in the header a typo, or did you really decide to up the IBUs?

(The follow-up question if you did go up to 38 IBU is, of course, why am I only getting 27 out of my software? It's predicting the OG as 1.067, which is pretty much a match. The color is coming out as 9, but I think that's because the color contribution of the toasted malt is not very accurate, so I'm not really worried about that.)

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Sorry to re-zombify this old thread, but I'm planning to give this recipe a shot. I'm probably going to PM-ify it, so it'll be somewhere between the extract and AG versions you've posted. (I'll probably also swap out hops).

One question for you. The recipe header in the first post shows 38 IBU, while in the AG post you say you adjusted to aim for 25. When I punch your extract recipe into my brewing calculator, it predicts about 27 IBU. The question is: is the 38 IBU in the header a typo, or did you really decide to up the IBUs?

(The follow-up question if you did go up to 38 IBU is, of course, why am I only getting 27 out of my software? It's predicting the OG as 1.067, which is pretty much a match. The color is coming out as 9, but I think that's because the color contribution of the toasted malt is not very accurate, so I'm not really worried about that.)

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In the recipes that I've done most recently, it's about 25-27 IBus.
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In the recipes that I've done most recently, it's about 25-27 IBus.
Great, thanks for clarifying.
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How was the resulting beer? Does it resemble any specific commercial Doppelbock?

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