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Old 11-08-2011, 05:07 AM   #41
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I brewed a recipe inspired by this but I changed it up a bit. For a 3.5 gallon batch I used 5 lbs light DME, 0.25 lbs crystal 60, and 0.05 lb roasted barley for color. I also extended the boil to 20 minutes.

Columbus 1.25 oz 20 min
Cascade 0.5 oz 10 min
Cascade 0.5 oz 5 min
Cascade 1.5 oz 0 min
Cascade 1.5 oz dry hop

I used whirlfloc at 15 min and I am fermenting with s05. I am interested to see how this turns out. I have a enough extract still to do 2 more 3-3.5 gallon batches like this. I have been doing all grain recently and the extract I had was just sitting around for probably 18 months. If this is good ill prob do an all citra and maybe an all apollo or bravo 15-20 minute pale ale.

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Old 03-03-2012, 01:41 PM   #42
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Brewing this today! Im going to try 2 oz of cascade for dry hopping. Anyone think this may be too much?

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Old 03-03-2012, 05:10 PM   #43
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The last time I brewed this up I used 2 oz of cascade to dry hop. It turned out wonderful just keep in mind that it will be cludy for quite a bit of time due to the amount of hops in the recipe

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Old 03-03-2012, 09:39 PM   #44
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Yea figured that. I also forgot to add irish moss. I had it there to dump in too! Also for some reason I thought the directions said to drop grain in and pull out at 155. So thats what i did. Dont think itll matter too much though. My OG was 1.052, used SF-05 for this.

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Old 03-03-2012, 10:06 PM   #45
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You should be fine without the irish moss. Ill be honest that I typically forget to add it and most of my beers turn out great. The key is to leave the beer in the primary for 1 month. About 2 weeks into that month you should be at terminal gravity. Take a reading and then add the dry hops and leave it for another 2 weeks.

Your beer will clear as time goes on.

This is a wonderful beer to help keep the pipeline full

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Old 03-05-2012, 03:01 PM   #46
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[QUOTE=wcarter1227;3854599]You should be fine without the irish moss. Ill be honest that I typically forget to add it and most of my beers turn out great. The key is to leave the beer in the primary for 1 month. About 2 weeks into that month you should be at terminal gravity. Take a reading and then add the dry hops and leave it for another 2 weeks.

Thanks for the reply! Shes bubbling away now. Yea a month in the primary seems to be the ticket. I did an Orphys mild for quick turn around. I was drinking it by day 11 all carbed up ect. While it was good, it still tasted a bit yeasty and was cloudy. Cant rush a good thing! Do you bottle after the month? I was going to keg it after that and let it carb up. Does anyone know the suggested carb volumes for this?

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Old 03-16-2012, 02:21 AM   #47
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I used a modification of this recipe to clean up some ingredients I had lying around. I used 12 oz of 20L and 4 oz of carapils instead of the crystal 60. I also used Saaz instead of cascade during the boil, as well as dry hopping with 2 oz of Saaz for 7 days. I bottled after 25 days in primary.

After two weeks of bottle conditioning I cracked one open. Excellent! Very clean flavor, it tasted like I was drinking a bag of hop pellets. Given how easy it was and how tasty it turned out, I'll definitely use this in the future to get rid of leftovers.

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Old 03-18-2012, 11:53 PM   #48
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This is 15 min because its extract and the malt extract need only boil for 15 min to get it bacteria free. It tastes good because the hop quantity is so big you don't need to utilize it completely. Given that most recepies call for bittering hops at 60 min and all other hops, no matter what the combo, within the last 30 min., my question is, can you turn any brew into a 30 min boil by just doubling the amount of bittering hops at the beginning of the boil?.

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Old 03-19-2012, 12:29 AM   #49
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If I'm feeling lazy and don't want to do an AG six hour brew day, this is my goto brew. Good stuff.

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Old 03-23-2012, 06:09 PM   #50
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Any DMS issue with the crystal boiled for only 15 minutes?

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