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Old 09-24-2011, 12:35 PM   #2031
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I hop bursted an additional .25oz. of Cascade at 30 and 45 minutes in followed by an ounce of Amarillo at Flame out for deliciousness.
Funny, I haven't heard "hopbursted" in a while.

I'm planning to brew this later today or tomorrow and use it as a starting point for my own Haus Ale. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 09-24-2011, 03:56 PM   #2032
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I have some briess pale ale malt that needs to get to brewing. Will that work with this recipe?

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Old 09-28-2011, 08:08 PM   #2033
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Does anyone else have issues with head retention with this beer? I bottled it just over two weeks ago, and have been drinking it this week. Whilst having noticable carbonation, the head dies away rather quickly. Does it just need to condition longer?

It tastes bloody great though!

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Old 09-30-2011, 06:32 AM   #2034
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I just brewed this for the 1st time tonight. I tried to stay true to the original recipe as well as I could.

The big differences were that I got 80% efficiency, but only ended up with 5 gallons of wort.
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I got an OG of 1.061 SG.
Estimated IBUs 32.8
Estimated FG of 1.012
Estimated ABV of 6.4% (Oops! )

I'll report back in a few weeks with more results!

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Old 10-03-2011, 03:38 PM   #2035
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This is a great beer! It was my first all-grain brew. Originally my plan was to brew a bunch of different styles & recipes before revisiting any one beer but I'm going to have to put this back into rotation very soon.

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Old 10-03-2011, 04:41 PM   #2036
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Brewed this recipe this past weekend and followed it exactly - with increases in my bittering addition due to the cascade being 5.4% vs 6.6%. Had one issue, not related to the recipe, but to me not adjusting my process. Normally I boil for 90 min on all my beers. I boiled for 60 and forgot to account for that and ended up at 1051 vs 1060 in my OG. I'm sure it will turn out great, and that much more sessionable, as it tasted fantastic going into the kettle. Will post back with results on my 5% ABV version in works!

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Old 10-03-2011, 06:47 PM   #2037
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I brewed this beer yesterday. I erroneously set it as a 5 gallon batch in beer smith instead of 5.5. I hit the target OG of 1.057 exactly (per beersmith). I bumped the 15 and 5 minute hop additions to .5oz. I couldnt help myself I have like three pounds of homegrown cascades sitting around in the garage!

It had been over a year since I last brewed. I must say; it's just like riding a bike! I love my system....I have it so dialed. I'm really looking forward to tasting this beer in a few weeks. Thanks EdWort!

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just picked up the ingredients to do this this weekend. it will be my first AG batch. Seemed like a good candidate with the fairly simple grain bill.

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Old 10-06-2011, 07:55 PM   #2039
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I made it last year and I'm going to brew it again this year. It's actually time for me to wipe the cobwebs off the brewhaus.

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Does anyone else have issues with head retention with this beer? I bottled it just over two weeks ago, and have been drinking it this week. Whilst having noticable carbonation, the head dies away rather quickly. Does it just need to condition longer?

It tastes bloody great though!
No this beer usually has great head retention and laces all the way to bottom of glass for me. More time or make sure glass is bar clean, no soap/oil residue.
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