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Old 02-09-2009, 09:35 PM   #21
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The Blond in his book calls for williamette hops
is that recipe the same exact as the one posted here just with williamette in the same amount and time instead of these hops?
because i saw a totaly different recipe for a 1st place blonde ale of his posted somewhere else with willamette
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Old 02-09-2009, 09:42 PM   #22
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is that recipe the same exact as the one posted here just with williamette in the same amount and time instead of these hops?
because i saw a totaly different recipe for a 1st place blonde ale of his posted somewhere else with willamette
The one in the book is the same with 3 exceptions: in the book it calls for Willamette, in the book the recipe is for 70% efficiency, and in the book it calls for 15L crystal.

I think I am brewing this one very soon to be ready for the warm days around the corner.
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Old 02-09-2009, 09:59 PM   #23
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ok. the one i saw posted on another site was:
92.0 11.50 lbs. Pale Malt(2-row) Great Britain 1.038 3
4.0 0.50 lbs. Honey Malt Canada 1.030 18
4.0 0.50 lbs. Crystal 15L America 1.035 15

Potential represented as SG per pound per gallon.


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Amount Name Form Alpha IBU Boil Time
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1.10 oz. Willamette Pellet 5.00 22.0 60 min.
0.50 oz. Willamette Pellet 5.00 3.4 20 min.
0.25 oz. Willamette Pellet 5.00 0.8 1 min.

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Old 02-10-2009, 06:15 PM   #24
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BKOV -

I saw that recipe somewhere, too. Which is also different than in the book. Here is the recipe as written in "Brewing Classic Styles":

OG: 1.050
FG: 1.011
IBU: 20
Color: 4 srm
ABV: 5.2%
boil: 60 min
Pre boil volume: 7 gal

11.5 lbs. American 2 row
.5 lbs. Crystal 15 ( I couldnt find 15 so I used half 10 and half 20)

Williamette hops, 5.0%AA, 1 oz, 60 min.

Yeast: White labs Cali ale, Wyeast 1056 American Ale

Mash at 152
Ferment at 67

All recipes in his book are based on 70% efficiency.

Good luck!! Hope this helps. I tried to PM you the recipe, but your box was full.

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Would this be a good one to try a little Lemon or Orange zest in it?
This is definitely a good lawnmower beer, though not particularly my style. My wife drinks it with a lime, and tells me it pairs nicely. Like Corona, only a lot better.
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Old 02-19-2009, 03:20 AM   #26
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Just a quick note. If you want it to taste like an ale at all, don't use Nottingham. Go with the US-05 or WLP001. Well, I should clarify... if your ferment is in the low 60's, US-05 still produces a nice mild fruity ester. Nottingham is deader than dead.

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I racked this beer to the secondary after 7 days with a SG of 1046 and FG of 1008. I had to sample the hydrometeor sample. Oh yea that’s tasty

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Nottingham is deader than dead.
Can you elaborate on this?
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I just meant that its a super clean ferment in the low to mid 60's and offers very little by way of esters. If you want it to taste a little more like a lager it's fine. I suppose you can ferment it a little warmer like 68F also. Otherwise, US-05/WLP001 might be a better choice.

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I just meant that its a super clean ferment in the low to mid 60's and offers very little by way of esters. If you want it to taste a little more like a lager it's fine. I suppose you can ferment it a little warmer like 68F also. Otherwise, US-05/WLP001 might be a better choice.
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