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Old 10-04-2009, 02:59 AM   #21
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Brewed this today with some tweaks. Some I don't even remember why I changed it, but I'm sure I had reasons.

Mashed using 1.5qt/lb @ 152 for 60min:
13lb 10oz Marris Otter
13oz C60
2oz Simpson's black malt
2oz Simpson's choc malt

90min boil:
1oz Northern Brewer hops 8.9% @ 60min
2oz Willamette 4.4% @ 25min
2oz Willamette 4.4% @ 10min
2oz Willamette 4.4% @ 5min

OG 1.084. I bought a pound of willamette months ago and I have no plans to use it in any upcoming beers so I decided to polish it off in this one. IBU's got a bump on this one, although I must have changed what IBU formula I'm using in beersmith since I first posted this recipe. Beersmith shows that this had 58 IBU the first time I made it, and 69 IBU this time.

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Old 11-06-2009, 03:15 PM   #22
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I jumped the gun and made a yeast starter with White Labs London Ale before I knew which beer I was brewing, so I'll English-ify this and see how it turns out. Looks great!

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Old 11-06-2009, 07:10 PM   #23
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I'm sure it will be good, the batch I brewed on 10/03/09 is not currently enjoyable because I tainted a keg and a tapline with birch beer. I have replaced the tap line and the beer ball lock connector. I will replace the o-rings in the keg and possibly the o-ring on the perlick. Lesson learned: don't put soda through your beer kegging system. PITA.

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Old 11-12-2009, 08:54 PM   #24
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Brewed this one today!
I came up way short on the OG @ 1.070. My boil off rate was much lower than expected, and I think I forgot a pound or two of grain.
But it tasted great! I cant wait to tap this bad boy right around christmas...

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Old 12-05-2009, 06:29 PM   #25
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Kegged today! Tasted very good. FG was 1.016, giving me a 7.1% ABV beer! Going to definitely make a nice winter warmer in a couple of weeks...

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Old 12-10-2009, 10:25 PM   #26
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Just pulled a sample pint, and wow, great beer! its going to be excellent come christmas day
Coastarine, thank you for sharing this recipe!

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Old 12-19-2009, 07:58 AM   #27
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I just finished brewing this recipe tonight. The main differences were, 7# of domestic 2-row and 5# of Bries light DME. I also bumped all the grains up to whole numbers. I am using 1056 with a starter. This is only my 3rd partial grain and I don't think I got the boil off quite right, but right now my OG is looking like 1.076 or so. I am pretty excited on this batch, I'll let you know how it turns out!

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Old 12-30-2009, 03:10 AM   #28
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I brewed this a few months ago and it turned out to be the best beer I've made yet. I'll definitely be brewing this one a few times a year. thanks

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Awsome Beer Man! Brewed it a couple weeks ago and im about to blow the keg.

I copied the recipe from screen to scale..

Then of course I tried it and its fantastic!!

I didn't have a single note written down. Been scowering HBT now for a week!

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Brewed this today with some tweaks. Some I don't even remember why I changed it, but I'm sure I had reasons.

Mashed using 1.5qt/lb @ 152 for 60min:
13lb 10oz Marris Otter
13oz C60
2oz Simpson's black malt
2oz Simpson's choc malt

90min boil:
1oz Northern Brewer hops 8.9% @ 60min
2oz Willamette 4.4% @ 25min
2oz Willamette 4.4% @ 10min
2oz Willamette 4.4% @ 5min

OG 1.084. I bought a pound of willamette months ago and I have no plans to use it in any upcoming beers so I decided to polish it off in this one. IBU's got a bump on this one, although I must have changed what IBU formula I'm using in beersmith since I first posted this recipe. Beersmith shows that this had 58 IBU the first time I made it, and 69 IBU this time.


What boil volume are you starting with to finish a 90-minute boil at 5.5gallons?
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