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Old 11-13-2007, 01:14 PM   #131
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So better off probably just going straight from Primary to Bottles?

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Old 11-13-2007, 01:33 PM   #132
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So better off probably just going straight from Primary to Bottles?
If it's pretty clear, then go ahead. Just don't rouse the yeast up too much.

I ferment in buckets with spigots, so I never get to see my beer ferment, much less clear. I just dropped the temp in my fermenter to 39 degrees on my last batch that was fermenting 9 days at 65 degrees. I'm experimenting with temps.
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Old 11-13-2007, 11:35 PM   #133
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Yeah, I am probably coming into a free IceCream cooler from work. So hopefully I'll have some temp control possibilities for my next batch! What do you use for cold conditioning?

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Old 11-14-2007, 12:31 AM   #134
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Well went and got my grain bill and hops today. Was wondering Ed have you ever tried this recipe with Safale US-05? Was wondering I always keep plenty of Nottingham's on supply but I've been hearing some good things about these dry Safale yeasts. A friend really like the Us-05 in his American pale so I thought about maybe trying it. I picked a couple up from the LHBS to try them out. Oh also a packet of the Safale lager yeast as well. All-grain = Awesome pilsner!!

Ed, anyone,? with any experience with this yeast in this recipe?

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Old 11-14-2007, 01:33 AM   #135
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Hey Ed!
My first all grain will be this Saturday night and I am pretty sure Ed's Haus Pale Ale is an HBT required first all grain. The Apfelwein was great (drunk about 8 gallons so far) so why not.

So far this year I have made a bunch of extract beer with steeping grains. the last 5 batches have been partial mashes with a little extract added. Time for all grain. Thanks Ed and all you other HBT dudes. I have learned a lot... You can't learn this stuff from the LHBS.

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Old 11-14-2007, 01:49 AM   #136
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Well went and got my grain bill and hops today. Was wondering Ed have you ever tried this recipe with Safale US-05? Was wondering I always keep plenty of Nottingham's on supply but I've been hearing some good things about these dry Safale yeasts. A friend really like the Us-05 in his American pale so I thought about maybe trying it. I picked a couple up from the LHBS to try them out. Oh also a packet of the Safale lager yeast as well. All-grain = Awesome pilsner!!

Ed, anyone,? with any experience with this yeast in this recipe?
I think Yooper made with with Safale-05 and I have 5 gallons in a keg made with Safale-05, but I have not yet tried it. It's waiting for the nottingham keg to finish. I think Yooper really liked it with Safale-05 though.
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Old 11-14-2007, 03:10 PM   #137
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ok well I think I'm going to give it a shot. I'll make sure to post some pics of the fun! Thanks again Ed!

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Ed,

Put me on the list of AG virgins starting with your recipe. Unfortunately my LHBS did not have Cascades (supposedly due to the great hops crisis) but recommended all amarillo. I like hoppy beers, so hopefully this won't be overkill.

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Put me on the list of AG virgins starting with your recipe. Unfortunately my LHBS did not have Cascades (supposedly due to the great hops crisis) but recommended all amarillo. I like hoppy beers, so hopefully this won't be overkill.

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Keep the IBUs in range, and you will be fine. Good luck!
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I brewed this this past weekend, can't wait to try it!

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