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Old 11-26-2011, 04:40 PM   #61
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Also, my dad recently made a smaller batch of this using the American yeast 2 and 33% of the base as Munich. It's no joke one of the best beers I've had. Again, thanks!

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Old 11-26-2011, 06:27 PM   #62
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Also, my dad recently made a smaller batch of this using the American yeast 2 and 33% of the base as Munich. It's no joke one of the best beers I've had. Again, thanks!
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My homebrew club has done stuff like this for competition. We all make the same beer then judge who's was best. You get wildly different results. Lots of fun to do.
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Old 12-07-2011, 02:29 AM   #63
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One of the best beers I've made! So smooth and delicious after the diacetyl calmed down. Thanks for the recipe! It may become my house brew

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Old 12-07-2011, 02:32 AM   #64
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Side note: I couldn't find special roast, so I doubled the biscuit

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Old 12-16-2011, 07:59 PM   #65
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So i just bought a pound of carapils and a pound of special roast

My dumbass told them to put it in the same bag. Im still going to brew so how bad will that pound of special roast affect it.

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Old 12-17-2011, 12:50 PM   #66
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I'd pitch it and try again. The taste will be completely wrong
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Old 01-05-2012, 05:27 PM   #67
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Brewing a 5 gallon batch of this right now. Went with the lower hopped version and used the 10L crystal and carapils 50%/50% substitution. I will update in 5-6 weeks after I try the first bottle.

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I am trying to find a nice red to put on my new Stout faucet. Would anyone who has brewed this recipe recommend it served on such? Thanks!!!

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I am trying to find a nice red to put on my new Stout faucet. Would anyone who has brewed this recipe recommend it served on such? Thanks!!!
Anyway you serve it, this recipe is great. I've made made 50 gallons or so and we are about to mash in another 5 right now.
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Brewing a 5 gallon batch of this right now. Went with the lower hopped version and used the 10L crystal and carapils 50%/50% substitution. I will update in 5-6 weeks after I try the first bottle.
So, 6 days in the bottle (prob only 1 1.5 volume of CO2 so far) and I cracked one open tonight! Great Brew!!! Wonderful beer, my best beer brewed since I've re-started after moving to Portland!
Thanks Scrapper, I will be brewing more of this, it will go fast!
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