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Old 12-19-2013, 08:14 PM   #81
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Love this one.

Brewed it 10/26 as my first all-grain batch. Used US-05. Was a little low on my water volumes and mash temp, but it is still delicious on tap right now.

Already picked up ingredients to brew this again over Christmas. I foresee a dedicated tap for this one.

Thanks OP!

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Does not look like anybody has made this and posted about it in a while. I'm planning on making this my first all grain recipe but not for a few weeks when I free up space in my fermentation chiller.

I have the extract version in the fermenter since Saturday and it is happily bubbling away. I will be posting a pre-buy list of ingredients like I did with the extract version for y'all to review to make sure I'm not screwing up equivalent ingredients again and would appreciate all feed back before I buy it all!


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Next Up: Peace Coffee 2nd Crack Stout (extract kit) then Quaffable Irish Red (full grain version)

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