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Old 05-19-2011, 09:50 PM   #891
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How long is every one letting this age out for?
BM says 14 days at 68 in primary then 10 days in keg.

I am planning on doing about 2-4 weeks in primary, basically just whenever I get the time (and bottles) and then the basic 3 weeks for carbonation.

I think earlier in the thread people were talking about having to cold condition it for a while to get rid of a corn flavor, but I don't remember what post or page that was on.

Even without a flavor to cold condition out I think this beer could benefit from a long time in the cold to help get it crystal clear, and gain some more crispness
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Old 05-21-2011, 02:24 AM   #892
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How about a Cream Of Saison??
I made this recipe once before and it was great.
I decided to use this as a base for a Saison (with minor mods.)
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Lemon Zest & Grains of Paradise
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Mash #151 for 75 minutes and = Excellent

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Old 05-22-2011, 07:41 AM   #893
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How about a Cream Of Saison??
I made this recipe once before and it was great.
I decided to use this as a base for a Saison (with minor mods.)
6.5# 2-row
1.5# Wheat Malt
1.0# Flake Maze
1.0# Flake Rice
0.5# Flake Rye

Lemon Zest & Grains of Paradise
WYeast 3711
Mash #151 for 75 minutes and = Excellent
sounds great how much lemon zest and grains of paradise did you use
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Old 05-22-2011, 02:51 PM   #894
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I used a pack of the lemon peel from the LHBS and a pack of the grains of paradise.
I also zested 2 lemons as well right at flameout.
I also forgot to put in that I added 0.8oz of candy sugar.

Tastes Great and looking forward for carbonation. Carb'd with 5.3oz of corn sugar.

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Old 05-24-2011, 12:08 AM   #895
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I'm going to keg 5 gallons as is and dry hop the other five with new Zealand hallertauer hops. Is already tasting bmc-ish. Gonna be great for the golf course. Thanks Biermucncher.

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Old 05-24-2011, 01:10 AM   #896
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This is probably a dumb question, but what makes this a "cream" ale?

My basic search told me that a cream ale is either a top-fermented Kölsch or an ale that is pressurized with nitrogen. Is it some combination of the ingredients or the yeast?

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Old 05-24-2011, 01:17 AM   #897
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This is probably a dumb question, but what makes this a "cream" ale?

My basic search told me that a cream ale is either a top-fermented Kölsch or an ale that is pressurized with nitrogen. Is it some combination of the ingredients or the yeast?
the mouth feel that the corn adds is what makes this a cream ale!!!
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Is there a good guide on mouth feel: styles and ingredients used to attain them? the wiki on the topic is pretty lame... this was the best I could find.

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Is there a good guide on mouth feel: styles and ingredients used to attain them? the wiki on the topic is pretty lame... this was the best I could find.
this is from BYO
http://www.byo.com/stories/article/indices/12-body/1709-mouthfeel-in-beer
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Haha, I brewed Jamil's version of a Cream ALe, but used the hop schedule in this recipe. Ended up finishing way lower than I thought 1.008. Now I have a 5.6% Cream Ale.. oops.

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