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Old 06-01-2013, 04:48 PM   #71
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Thanks for the recipe. Going to try this out this week. Two questions: At what temp did you ferment at? Also, what temp are you steeping at? and did you sparge/rinse with a higher temp? Ok... so that's three questions.

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Edit. Mobile jacked me and didn't see the whole thread. Have all the temps now. What is your original volume of water for the grain steep? 1 1/2-2 gals?

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Old 06-09-2013, 02:59 PM   #72
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Thanks for the recipe. Going to try this out this week. Two questions: At what temp did you ferment at? Also, what temp are you steeping at? and did you sparge/rinse with a higher temp? Ok... so that's three questions.

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Edit. Mobile jacked me and didn't see the whole thread. Have all the temps now. What is your original volume of water for the grain steep? 1 1/2-2 gals?

Thanks again.

Hey HanorGoogan,

I fermented around 66-68 F - steeped grains at about 155-156 F for around 35 to 40 min. Sparged with 170 F water.

May not be exact, but that's damned close.

Also I do around 2.5-2.75 gal each time for steeping.
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Old 07-03-2013, 02:04 PM   #73
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Thanks for the info! Brewed this Monday. Fermenting strong at 62 F I'll get a pic up once it's done. Just have to enjoy this Submissive Brown Ale while I wait.

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Old 07-16-2013, 12:54 AM   #74
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Default I started my first Partial mash with your recipe!


Greetings Dangerbrew, I am new to the brewing game, but I have started my first partial mash with your recipe because it sounds delicious. I wanted to say thank you for posting the recipe.

Update: I just finished bottling the beer, and it taste great! It was my first PM, and I cannot wait to make more.

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Old 09-06-2013, 12:48 AM   #75
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Greetings Dangerbrew, I am new to the brewing game, but I have started my first partial mash with your recipe because it sounds delicious. I wanted to say thank you for posting the recipe.

Update: I just finished bottling the beer, and it taste great! It was my first PM, and I cannot wait to make more.
Hey Robert,

Glad you liked it! Always good to hear someone out there's enjoying a Drunken Lullaby.
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Old 01-10-2014, 12:00 AM   #76
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Hey all, not sure if I'll get any replies on this old thread but I'll give it a shot anyways.


dangerbrew, I have a question concerning this beer do you think some temp swings will seriously damage the beer during fermentation? I try to control my temps and keep them stable but I don't really have any way to control them besides immersing my primary in water with some ice added. My house usually stands around 80*F so I can probably expect my water temp to be around 65-75 (maybe lower if I use ice though I'd be willing to bet money that it'll sit in the 70's range). Will this be too high for the US-04? If so, do you know of any other yeast that will preform ok for me?

apologies if my wording is unclear - I'm still a noob and am hoping to make this beer my second brew
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Hey all, not sure if I'll get any replies on this old thread but I'll give it a shot anyways.


dangerbrew, I have a question concerning this beer do you think some temp swings will seriously damage the beer during fermentation? I try to control my temps and keep them stable but I don't really have any way to control them besides immersing my primary in water with some ice added. My house usually stands around 80*F so I can probably expect my water temp to be around 65-75 (maybe lower if I use ice though I'd be willing to bet money that it'll sit in the 70's range). Will this be too high for the US-04? If so, do you know of any other yeast that will preform ok for me?

apologies if my wording is unclear - I'm still a noob and am hoping to make this beer my second brew
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Hey Palazar,

With 04, temp swings will definitely hurt it - it'll get pretty estery in that range. I'd try using US-05 instead and keeping it lower than 70-72 if at all possible. Good luck!
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Ok thanks! Very much apprecitated

Also, what kind of crystal malt did you use? The Site that I buy my supplies from has several different crystal malts listed. From the descriptions, it seems like you'd be using 60L. Is this right?

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Ok thanks! Very much apprecitated

Also, what kind of crystal malt did you use? The Site that I buy my supplies from has several different crystal malts listed. From the descriptions, it seems like you'd be using 60L. Is this right?
Yes, 60 Lovibond Crystal/Caramel Malt.
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Ok thanks again. I think I got it all down now.

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