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Old 04-22-2013, 12:18 PM   #61
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Brewed yesterday, I used 1lbs of Vienna and wlp001.

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Old 04-22-2013, 04:39 PM   #62
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Brewed yesterday, I used 1lbs of Vienna and wlp001.
Sounds good. Let me know how it turns out.
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Old 05-01-2013, 10:39 AM   #63
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I love MO and use it in a lot of beers, I just like 2 row better in this beer.
I'm planning on brewing this in mid May (with some slight changes below); I like your simple grain bill - but was also looking for that little bit of malt flavor. just happens that i bought a sack of Marris Otter.

check this out - let me know if i've strayed too far from your path; or in your opinion, will the MO do something bad to the profile here?

7lbs: 2 row pale
2lbs: Marris Otter
1lb: Crystal 20

Hops: .3oz Magnum for bittering (25IBU), 1 oz Amarillo in several late additons (.25 oz each for a total 10 IBU); and 1 oz dry-hopped.
Yeast: US-05

looking forward to this one; i've heard Amarillo is awesome.
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Old 05-02-2013, 12:01 PM   #64
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I'm planning on brewing this in mid May (with some slight changes below); I like your simple grain bill - but was also looking for that little bit of malt flavor. just happens that i bought a sack of Marris Otter.

check this out - let me know if i've strayed too far from your path; or in your opinion, will the MO do something bad to the profile here?

7lbs: 2 row pale
2lbs: Marris Otter
1lb: Crystal 20

Hops: .3oz Magnum for bittering (25IBU), 1 oz Amarillo in several late additons (.25 oz each for a total 10 IBU); and 1 oz dry-hopped.
Yeast: US-05

looking forward to this one; i've heard Amarillo is awesome.
thans
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That sound good. I did the recipe using just MO and it wasn't nearly as good as 2 row. I think a small addition like you're planning should give it a nice bread/toast note. The magnum sounds interesting. Keep us posted.

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Old 05-21-2013, 04:49 PM   #65
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I am going to do this recipe this weekend. We are using
7lbs 2-row
1lb vienna
1lb crystal 10

I am going to use a low mash like 149. to help dry it out what was your mash temp?
and using citra hops. .5 oz at 60 and .5oz at 2min
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Old 05-21-2013, 08:43 PM   #66
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I am going to do this recipe this weekend. We are using
7lbs 2-row
1lb vienna
1lb crystal 10

I am going to use a low mash like 149. to help dry it out what was your mash temp?
and using citra hops. .5 oz at 60 and .5oz at 2min
WLP001
I usually go 148 on this beer so 149 should be good.

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Old 06-07-2013, 12:18 AM   #67
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Here it is right from the keg!

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Old 06-07-2013, 03:10 AM   #68
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Here it is right from the keg!
That Vienna really added some color, looks good. How's it taste?
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Old 06-07-2013, 11:41 AM   #69
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Tastes good, something the nor.al bmc drinker would like. I'm not a hop head by any means but would like a little more hop aroma. I did make a second batch of this in the primary still. I added a little more hops to the end of boil. I'll report back when it makes it to the keg, but overall very good job on the recipe!

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Old 06-24-2013, 11:58 PM   #70
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Almost forgot to update here; Andy-this recipe is killer, and came out amazing! I hope i didnt deviate too far from the original intent with my slight changes (MO in the grain bill, and some Magnum for bittering)

My first time using Amarillo, and it really comes through. I dry hopped with 1oz, and boiled 1oz in 15 min additions. Nice citrus/lemon aftertaste. Might make this one to always keep on hand. Cheers!
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