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Old 10-27-2010, 04:53 PM   #21
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Old 04-15-2011, 01:56 PM   #22
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If you went 50/50 or 60/40 on the vienna/pils would I need to move to 90 min boil

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Brewed this grain bill with Bravo hops, to about the same specs. Delicious, malty with great balance from the hops. Finished at 1.012. My sample was room temp, and only been in the bottle a week, but it was great! Maybe not as traditional-tasting as with the original hop bill, but I'm certainly not complaining.

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Brewed this grain bill with Bravo hops, to about the same specs. Delicious, malty with great balance from the hops. Finished at 1.012. My sample was room temp, and only been in the bottle a week, but it was great! Maybe not as traditional-tasting as with the original hop bill, but I'm certainly not complaining.
I've never used bravo hops. But your thread bump reminds me that I have to make this again. I'm putting this down for my very next brew!
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Old 06-05-2011, 08:10 PM   #25
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waiting for mine to carb up.
added a extra pound of each grain
og 1.072
fg 1.010

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Hey crash, be sure to let us know how it ends up. At 8.1% ABV, I think you just made Steel Reserve ;-)

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Old 09-02-2011, 10:20 PM   #27
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Bought 2 of these yesterday. Will follow original recipe.
3rd all grain ever (13th total). It takes me like all day to get done.
BAIB on the stove and dunk sparge (whats that called?) in brew pot. It seems to work out pretty well. I will take measurements this time and see what my efficiency is. Never done that.

BIAB seems to work fine. What is the down side?
What's better a cooler MT or doing BAIB?
I already had some turkey fryer pots and the bag is pretty cheap. I'd probably have to invest around $100 to get a MT going. I was looking for the 10 gal rubbermaid water cooler. What's better that or the rectangle cooler?

This Fizzy Yellow seems like it will not be that light. More of a Bud than a Bud Light? Is that right?
This is twice as much grain as the Miller Lite Clone I did last weekend. It may be more than I'm looking for as I'm looking for a pretty light tasty beer. Can't wait to find out.

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Old 09-23-2011, 11:12 PM   #28
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I brewed this on Aug 28th and cracked a bottle today after only one week in the bottle. It has a little bit of chill haze because I didn't have any Whirlflock, but it is pretty clear over-all. It is a bit undercarbed because I couldn't wait to taste it, but it is very tasty. I'm a bit of a hop head so this is not my favorite style, but now I have GOOD beer to serve to my less hop-enlightened friends.

I believe that this may be a gate-way beer



Thanks for another great recipe, Yooper.

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Thanks for the photo! We still like this beer and enjoy having it around for our non-craft beer drinking friends, as well as a thirst quencher lawnmower beer.

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I am brewing my other batch of this today. My friend gave me what I think is around 2 OZ of fresh hops from his yard (picked Thurs). What are my options to add to this recipe?

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