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Old 05-04-2013, 06:50 PM   #211
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Mine has just gone in the keg tried a small sample ad it's beautiful it's come out at 6.2% :-) I will definitely do it again next time I might do exactly half and half cascade and simcoe same addition times what does everyone think that will come out like ??

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Old 05-05-2013, 02:39 PM   #212
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I just made my second batch and it was not as good as my first. I pitched on an old cake and left in primary 3 weeks not four then racked to secondary and dry hopped for a week. Didn't use a bag another mistake. Going to do again the new yeast no dry hop and no secondary

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Old 05-06-2013, 12:39 AM   #213
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The version I've been brewing lately, adding 3oz orange peel and 1oz coriander at end of boil, has been a BIG hit, especially with my Bud Light drinking friends. The orange and coriander diminish the Cascades though, just an FYI.

ALSO - my last batch I added 2.5oz of Gran Marnier to the bottling bucket. Magnifique!!! Adds a such a subtle different flavor. A killer orange pale ale.

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Old 05-10-2013, 12:24 PM   #214
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Brewing a 10 gallon stout recipe this weekend. Going to brew this one while I wait for my water to boil and my mash to complete.

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Brewing a 10 gallon stout recipe this weekend. Going to brew this one while I wait for my water to boil and my mash to complete.
This has been my mode of operation during my previous two brew days. While the mash is going on my AG batch, I knock out this recipe. Great recipe. Easy to time it such that this is cooling during the sparge of the other. This one is done and in the fermenter right around the time the AG batch is getting to a boil. So I can get two batches of beer made in the same amount of time it takes to brew one AG batch. I imagine with you doing a 10 gallon AG, you won't have any trouble fitting this in. Good luck.
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Old 05-11-2013, 06:51 PM   #216
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So a few weeks ago i brewed this recipie. Im just curious if there is away to get a justlittle more caramel flavor. It has been bottled for a weekish and has some very good carbonation already. I cracked 1 last night just to check co2 levels..... And has good head and co2 already so i drank it and oh man it was tasty!!!

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Thats the bottom of the glass!!!!

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Old 05-11-2013, 07:16 PM   #217
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I gave this a crack yesterday and pitched 1056. I have high hopes for this one!
dry hopped with 2 oz and it just finished carbing. Its a bit too harsh for my liking so I will let it sit for a bit.
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Old 05-12-2013, 04:19 PM   #218
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Here's why I love my refractometer! I got up early this morning to get a jumpstart on my brew day. Started this recipe with a pre-boil volume of 7 gallons like I normally do for a 60 minute boil. Ooops, way too much water for a 15 minute recipe. So, I just boiled off enough until the refractometer got me close to 1.055 OG. Note to self, start your pre-boil volume closer to the final volume you desire for this recipe.

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dry hopped with 2 oz and it just finished carbing. Its a bit too harsh for my liking so I will let it sit for a bit.
Same with mine, after 3-4 weeks it gets a lot better!
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Old 05-14-2013, 01:47 AM   #220
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I was very excited about brewing this recipe yet rather skeptical. I used whole fresh cascades and followed the recipe verbatim. Crash cooled at 4 weeks and dry hopped in the keg. I was a bit unimpressed at 4 weeks but now after almost 3 weeks on the keg dry hop this beer is really shining. It is a very pleasant pale ale with nice caramel notes. The chill haze is gone and it looks and tastes great. Kudos to the original creator. Well done and thanks.

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