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NelsonNelson 05-19-2010 04:38 AM

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Thanks for the recipe EdWort!

Probably one of my smoothest brewdays ever! Everything hit spot on, including taste!


nostalgia 11-22-2010 02:36 AM

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Just put another batch on tap. After fermentation, I let it sit in the fridge for two weeks before kegging it. It cleared so beautifully.

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-Joe


EricT 03-14-2011 10:32 PM

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So its been fermenting for about 48 hours, I went to check on it and immediately installed a blow off Tube. With 5.75 gallons in the primary and a 1L yeast starter it was just too much for my carboy. Hehe, First time I ever needed one.


EricT 03-14-2011 10:32 PM

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So its been fermenting for about 48 hours, I went to check on it and immediately installed a blow off Tube. With 5.75 gallons in the primary and a 1L yeast starter it was just too much for my carboy. Hehe, First time I ever needed one.


EricT 04-12-2011 12:12 AM

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Heres how mine turned out. Its actually clearer than it looks in the picture, Its so damn, tasty, I'm making it again next Brew Day.


Supergus 08-04-2011 12:46 AM

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Day 10, and the beer looks great, & tastes great! Now off the fridge to chill for a week...
I saved the yeast so I can do this one again.

Again Edwort, thanks for the recipe!


Supergus 08-04-2011 12:46 AM

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Day 10, and the beer looks great, & tastes great! Now off the fridge to chill for a week...
I saved the yeast so I can do this one again.

Again Edwort, thanks for the recipe!


Looper 01-26-2012 11:00 PM

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I just brewed this up, with a slightly different grain bill..

7lbs German pilsner
1lb white wheat malt
1lb Vienna malt

60 min - .75oz Perle pellets (8.70%)
30 min - .50oz tettnang pellets (4.8%)

For ~35 IBUs

Mashed for 1 hour at 150F.

Boiled 90 minutes, pitched a 1 liter starter of wyeast 2565.

Wyeast nutrient and whirlfloc added with 15 minutes left in the boil.

OG was 1.052 giving 76% efficiency.

1 hour after pitching, the fermometer reads 70F.

What should the ambient temperature of this be during primary fermentation? I was planning on putting it next to my basement door, which is a relatively constant 56-60F.

What is the lower end (temp-wise) of this yeast? I don't want it to be too cold for the yeast to work, then have it quit too soon.

Thanks !


seatbelt123 02-13-2012 03:47 AM

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I brewed this on 2/5, 7 days ago. Airlock activity seemed to stop so I opened it up to take a gravity reading. Rang in at 1.006! And there was still a thick krausen!

I guess I'll just let it finish up. I hope it doesn't dry out too much...


seatbelt123 02-26-2012 01:18 AM

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Here's my first pour! All grain BIAB (electric to boot!) on 2/5. Cold crashed for a week. I forgot to take the FG.

Looks and tastes great. Gorgeous lasting bright white head (not to style though). Faint pils aroma, light sweetness and graininess. Taste is delicately balanced bt pils malt and euro-spicy hop bitterness. Finishes crisply.

Thanks for the recipe - I will brew it again.



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