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Old 11-07-2007, 03:05 PM   #121
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whats the longest anyone has had to wait before it started to ferment..

@ 14 hours here.. I just sprinkled it on top.. didnt mix it, and it hasnt taken off yet..

not worried.. just wondering.

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Old 11-07-2007, 09:48 PM   #122
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Well Ed I think I'm going to follow suit and brew your pale for my first AG. When I first found HBtalk the first recipe I did from the site was your applewein so why not a AG pale ale

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Old 11-08-2007, 12:48 AM   #123
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Well Ed I think I'm going to follow suit and brew your pale for my first AG. When I first found HBtalk the first recipe I did from the site was your applewein so why not a AG pale ale Cheers,
Thanks! I feel honored that so many are popping their AG cherry with my Haus Pale Ale. Not to worry, it's a gentle beer.
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Old 11-08-2007, 12:51 AM   #124
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whats the longest anyone has had to wait before it started to ferment.. @ 14 hours here.. I just sprinkled it on top.. didnt mix it, and it hasnt taken off yet.. not worried.. just wondering.
Should be going by now. Most of mine, I finish late in the afternoon and by morning they are cranking.

My last batch, my recirculating chiller worked so well as I brought it down to 66 degrees, I pitched the hydrated yeast into my 2 buckets and put them in the chest freezer with the temp set to 65. Next morning they were going gangbusters.
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Old 11-09-2007, 11:40 AM   #125
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cool.. it is going now.. it took about 14 hours to start to take off..

now it is going crazy...

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Old 11-11-2007, 03:53 AM   #126
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I'm giving your Haus Pale Ale a go tomorrow Ed for my first All Grain brew as well! I'm hopeful that this turns out as good as the one in the pic you posted looks!! Thanks for sharing!

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Old 11-11-2007, 06:19 PM   #127
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Thanks! I feel honored that so many are popping their AG cherry with my Haus Pale Ale. Not to worry, it's a gentle beer.
Well Ed I'm a fan of Cascade in moderation. your recipe looks simple, single infusion. I'm going to increase simplicity and batch sparge. Honestly I'm more a fan of English beers, but a while back at my buddies house (the guy who showed me how to home-brew)He had a very fine American pale ale using cascade hops. I thought it might be fun to try out this style again.

I'll be picking up my grain bill on Tues and hopefully brewing this up at the end of the month for my birthday!


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Like a lot of others, I decided to try my first all grain with your recipe. It's currently fermenting away. Thanks!

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Old 11-12-2007, 01:20 PM   #129
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Mine is bubbling furiously this morning as well! Thanks a ton Ed! I can't believe how good this tasted pre-fermentation!!!

Since I am not kegging and can't crash cool, should I let this clear in a secondary after primary is done?

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Mine is bubbling furiously this morning as well! Thanks a ton Ed! I can't believe how good this tasted pre-fermentation!!!

Since I am not kegging and can't crash cool, should I let this clear in a secondary after primary is done?
If you want. I would leave it on the yeast for at least 10 days if you are going to do that and be very carefull with your sanitation. Secondaries add a second chance at infection IMHO.
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