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Old 04-29-2010, 05:19 AM   #1461
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how is the extract version? i have some cascade just sitting in my freezer that needs to be used.
I did a PM with 6.5 # of grain. I lowered the IBUs a bit but dry hopped the crap out of it. Love this recipe. I'm already on my third batch. So... I can't exactly tell you how the extract version since I used a lot more grain than it suggested. You should search this thread for extract and see what people say. 147 pages... something's gotta be there...
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Old 04-29-2010, 11:30 AM   #1462
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Mine will be ready in about 2 more weeks! I did everything this recipe called for but decided to dry hop an ounce for around 14 days only because I had a spare ounce of cascade laying around.

I ended up with a good bit of cascade hop fragments in each bottle so the hop flavor and aroma should be through the roof (hopefully not overkill). I have high hopes that after refrigeration they will fall out of suspension, can be left behind with a good poor and will lead to an excellent, first attempt, AG pale ale!!!

I ordered this recipe again but changed out the hops to Summit for bittering/flavor and Amarillo for flavor & aroma just to get a feel of what different hops bring to the table.

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Old 04-29-2010, 07:14 PM   #1463
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Mine is carbing in the keg right now, taste test and reading went well. Hoping to have it ready to go on Saturday for the boxing match. I will have Ed's HPA, BM's Cent. Blonde, a SA cream stout clone, and a FireHouse PA (lots of cascades) on tap. Hope we are still able to watch the match!

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Old 05-04-2010, 06:48 PM   #1464
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Whats the protocol if I cannot do a full boil?

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Old 05-05-2010, 11:20 PM   #1465
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I'm assuming you're not AG. Look up the extract or the PM recipes above then use brewing software or a website to calculate the IBUs based off of the amount you are boiling. Your hops utilization will be different because you are not doing a full boil.

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Old 05-06-2010, 12:33 AM   #1466
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I love this beer. This was my first all grain. I brewed it in march and my keg is just about empty. I am hoping to brew it again soon. Hasanybody dry hopped it? How much how long? I have centennial or cascade. Maybe an ounce for a week?

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Old 05-06-2010, 03:50 AM   #1467
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I dry hopped with an 1 oz of cascade for a week and it turned out very well. It had a nice aroma and I felt the dry hopping made the beer more balanced. I recommend do so.....enjoy!

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Old 05-06-2010, 10:25 PM   #1468
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I'm with seanybubbles! I dry hopped as well and this was my first attempt at all grain...............

I am blown away by how good this beer is!!!!! I made two attempts at extract brewing and wasn't very satisfied with final product so I jumped to all grain and chose this recipe. I am so glad I did because this is one damn good pale ale that could pass for something bought at the store and will be a staple in my line up from here on out. Thank you for this recipe!

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Old 05-07-2010, 07:04 PM   #1469
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Anyone else doing this this weekend? I am, for my first 10g batch AND for my first batch introducing a newbie to brewing! Hope it turns out as awesome as I'm expecting.

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Old 05-09-2010, 08:55 PM   #1470
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I was extremely tempted when I saw a post on this thread saying... this beer is like Fireman's 4. Being a Texas ex-pat in Virginia, I'm hoping this beer will be a pleasant reminder of home. I've decided to do the mini-mash and subbed Hallertau for the Cascade to reduce the hop profile a bit to make it more in line with Fireman's 4. Hoping it will be ready for my party I'm having the first week of June. Here is my revised hopping schedule:

1 oz Hallertau 60 Mins
1 oz Hallertau 45 Mins
.5 oz Hallertau 15 Mins
.5 oz Hallertau 5 Mins

I'll report back and let everyone know how it goes.

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