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Old 03-06-2010, 06:05 PM   #1401
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So, I ended up getting 86% efficiency and only got about 5.2 gallons after I racked to my bucket. OG was 1.060 FG was 1.011. Came out at 6.4%. Wonder how much different this will be from the original. Next time I'll have to make sure to take into account my efficiency in the recipe, lol.

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Old 03-06-2010, 11:21 PM   #1402
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Just gave this a try for my first AG recipe. Things went great and I hit the OG right on, 1.052.

Realized after I got home that the Cascade hops I bought were not as potent as those used in the original recipe (5.4% AA vs 6.6% AA quoted in the recipe), so I added ~1/4oz of magnum hops that I had laying around to the bittering add in order to get back up to the estimated 39 IBU.

Pitched a packet of notty about 10 minutes ago, here's hoping for the best!

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Old 03-07-2010, 01:28 AM   #1403
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Picked up my first shipment of bulk grains and hops...just finished crushing the ingredients for what will be another excelent Haus Pale Ale.

Used Schmidling Malt mill for first time - what a breeze.

One mistake - did 2 lbs of crystal 40 and not crystal 10. Will be a bit darker, but hope the taste doesn't stray.

I have enough ingredients for plenty more !

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Old 03-08-2010, 02:50 AM   #1404
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I brewed 10gal of this today. OG was 1.056. It was a good day.

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Old 03-11-2010, 12:51 AM   #1405
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Hey ED i have everything to brew this except 2 oz cascades i only have 1 oz cascade plug.How do u think it would be if i bittered with 1 oz of cluster and finished with the cascade plug???Also i was thinking of utilizing a notty yeast cake i have a blonde ale finishing up on in my primary,could i just rack ur haus ale onto it ?? Whatda ya think , any help would be great thanks.

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Old 03-11-2010, 10:24 PM   #1406
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I brewed up a stove-top partial mash version of this recipe exactly as Edwort described and it turned out great. It's only been in the bottles 9 days but I couldn't help it and had to have a bottle last night. To my delight it was fully carbed and tasted delicious. I missed the gravities by just a bit:

OG: 1.049
FG: 1.012

I just got all of my AG equipment and plan on brewing an AG version soon. Cheers!

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Old 03-12-2010, 12:14 AM   #1407
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Hey ED i have everything to brew this except 2 oz cascades i only have 1 oz cascade plug.How do u think it would be if i bittered with 1 oz of cluster and finished with the cascade plug???Also i was thinking of utilizing a notty yeast cake i have a blonde ale finishing up on in my primary,could i just rack ur haus ale onto it ?? Whatda ya think , any help would be great thanks.
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You should be fine using cluster for bittering, just compare the AA content and adjust the amount you use. Racking onto an existing yeast cake is great, you will have rapid fermentation, the blonde ale cake should not contribute anything to the beer.
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thats what i was thinking ,like .75 cluster@60 .50@cas 30 .25@cas15 .25cas@5. I've never pitched on a cake and i've heard good and bad things but its always nice to be reassured before u try somthing new thanks Bendavanza!!

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Old 03-12-2010, 03:51 AM   #1409
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racked into a keg tonight... drank the whole sample!

this is going to be a hit at my birthday party in 2 and a half weeks.

Thanks, I will be doing this again, the old lady loved it as well.

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Old 03-12-2010, 03:25 PM   #1410
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the downside to pitching on the cake is that the cake keeps getting bigger, but you can do yeast washing (search the forums there are some great tutorials) but there is a limit to the number of batches you should do with the home harvested yeast.

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