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Old 09-10-2009, 08:41 PM   #51
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Heres a video, pretty active.

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Old 09-10-2009, 08:46 PM   #52
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Cool!!! The 2ndary gets pretty active too with addition of amylase enzyme. To my surprise I needed a blow off with my first batch.

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Old 09-10-2009, 10:33 PM   #53
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I tossed in about 8 oz of honey at flame out with my saaz hops. (needed to use it up)

Thinking about putting 12 OZ of honey in the secondary. Not sure what it will add to the beer. But as you have said, its a good beer to use up left over ingredients. I had the 2 row malt left over, as well as the hops. SO why not experiment?

I am beginning to like Safale-05 for yeast. Everytime I have used it I have had great results, and vigorus fermentation.

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Old 09-12-2009, 01:16 PM   #54
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A friend and I did this 9-9 as our first all grain....everything went great. we added 1/2 pound of 2 row thinking our efficency would suck and ended up having to water down to 1.030. It smells great! I can't wait to get it in a keg.

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Old 09-12-2009, 04:07 PM   #55
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I tossed in about 8 oz of honey at flame out with my saaz hops. (needed to use it up)

Thinking about putting 12 OZ of honey in the secondary. Not sure what it will add to the beer. But as you have said, its a good beer to use up left over ingredients. I had the 2 row malt left over, as well as the hops. SO why not experiment?

I am beginning to like Safale-05 for yeast. Everytime I have used it I have had great results, and vigorus fermentation.
I'd leave the extra honey out, but that's just me. If you do the honey in the 2ndary, you might try a tertiary for the AE. Either way report back on how it works out for you!

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A friend and I did this 9-9 as our first all grain....everything went great. we added 1/2 pound of 2 row thinking our efficency would suck and ended up having to water down to 1.030. It smells great! I can't wait to get it in a keg.
If you go tailgating at all this will not last long! Let me know how yours turns out!!! - Don't forget the AE!!!!
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Old 09-22-2009, 12:34 PM   #56
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I racked mine after a week and still no activity in the secondary with the AE. Color looks good, can't wait to try it!

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Old 10-02-2009, 02:24 AM   #57
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I racked mine after a week and still no activity in the secondary with the AE. Color looks good, can't wait to try it!
it might look like nothing is happening, but look closely and see if little bubbles are rising to the surface. this is what happened with mine. got down to 1.002.
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I'm gonna keg it this Sunday and check it.

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here's another pic of mine when it got nice and carbed up... my dog even wanted a sip. it ended up being a great beer. the keg of it was the fastest gone so far and i drank most of it... oops. the beer isn't as dark as it looks in the pic, but had an awesome head served at 12 psi as schlenkerla suggested... clear as a bell too, the clearest beer i've had BY FAR. i've got the second version in the primary right now.



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Very Nice!!! Makes me thirsty!!! - You need to post a picture here: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/visu...-beers-105194/

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