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Old 09-30-2011, 04:39 PM   #31
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gona try a tweaked version tomorrow, just put the bill together and now its time to get ingredients together. Wish me luck

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Old 12-05-2011, 03:47 AM   #32
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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.
Did you ever get a good chance to sample this recipe through lines that did not have your birch beer How long would you recommend letting this bottle condition before it is realy ready to drink?
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Old 02-05-2012, 07:36 PM   #33
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I made a partial mash version of this recipe with a 3.5 gallon boil. I added enough boiled and cooled water to the cooled wort in the fermenter for a 5 gallon batch size. I hit the recommended gravities perfectly. Just cracked open the first bottle this weekend. Very malty and complex flavor. Thanks for the recipe!

Equipment: 5-gallon brewkettle, BIAB (brew in a bag) single batch sparge.

Recipe Specs - Boil Volume
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Boil Batch Size (G): 3.4
Total Grain (lb): 11.375 (incl. Extracts)
Total Hops (oz): 4.00
Original Gravity (OG): 1.123 (concentrated wort)
Mash Efficiency (%): 77
Mash 60 to 75 minutes at 154 degF
Boil Time (Minutes): 60

Recipe Specs - Into Fermenter
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Batch Size (G): 5.0 (add make-up water for 5 gallons total)
Original Gravity (OG): 1.084
Final Gravity (FG): 1.021
Alcohol by Volume (ABV): 8.2
Colour (SRM): 17.4
Bitterness (IBU): 58.8 (Rager)
Brewhouse Efficiency (%): 75

Grain Bill
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4.250 lb American 2-Row (37.36%)
0.875 lb Crystal 60 (7.69%)
0.125 lb Black Patent (1.1%)
0.125 lb Chocolate (1.1%)
6.000 lb Dry Malt Extract - Light (52.75%)

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1.00 oz Newport Pellet (11% Alpha) @ 60 Minutes (Boil)
1.50 oz Willamette Pellet (7.1% Alpha) @ 20 Minutes (Boil)
1.50 oz Willamette Pellet (7.1% Alpha) @ 5 Minutes (Boil)

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Old 10-15-2012, 06:22 AM   #34
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I will be doing a 1 gallon batch of this soon. I'm subbing the Newport with Sorachi Ace because thats the closest thing I could get at the time. I'm using all organic grains except the black malt.

This beer seems to fit in the Strong/Old Ale (19A) style according to the BJCP.

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Old 11-06-2012, 04:15 AM   #35
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This looks really good, I think I'm going to brew it this weekend. My LHDS doesn't have Newport so I think I'm going to use Chinook instead for bittering. That oughta work okay right? Also, anyone else have some tasting notes on this beer? Thanks!

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Old 03-10-2014, 06:04 PM   #36
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Brewed this AG recipe last Saturday....looks like it should be great !! It is showing signs of activity already ! I'll get back with more observations later !

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Made the extract version of this already. But it's going so fast I need to start an all grain batch this weekend.


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Started this today, all grain recipe. OG was 1.082. We pitched one rehydrated packet of S-04, then I saw you recommend 2 packets of S-05. Can anyone tell me the alcohol tolerance of S-04?


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Old 11-24-2014, 02:00 PM   #39
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Started this today, all grain recipe. OG was 1.082. We pitched one rehydrated packet of S-04, then I saw you recommend 2 packets of S-05. Can anyone tell me the alcohol tolerance of S-04?
I'm pretty sure S-04 is more alcohol tolerant than S-05, but I could be mistaken. Depending on the fermentation temp, 04 should be a bit more estery and in my opinion would go better with this beer.
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Allrightythen! We started at 1.082 and a week later it's come down to 1.022. Go, S-04, go!! :-)


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