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Old 01-22-2008, 11:36 PM   #231
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I just bottled this Saturday and took a little sample. It was very crisp and excellent!

I'm wondering if the crispness is due to the lower fermentation temperature I had it at (around 58F) or if it's just the recipe. Or maybe a combination of both.

Either way, I can't wait for these things to get carbonated in the bottles. Come on 3 weeks!

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Old 01-23-2008, 03:00 PM   #232
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Hey Ed I made this Friday but Changed the Hop additions a little I added what you have then I added .5 at 0 mins. Have you done this at all?
Nope, but sounds like you will get more aroma with that last extra addition.
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Old 01-25-2008, 01:59 PM   #233
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Just drank my hydrometer sample from the primary - pretty good!

1.010 or so, which I think means we're in business. Not bad considering it was my first AG brew and I had no idea what I was doing.

A little cloudy - probably aided by the fact that I poured in the entire goopy cold break into the primary.

I think some time in my 40-ish garage in the secondary will help clear.

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Old 01-25-2008, 02:01 PM   #234
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Just drank my hydrometer sample from the primary - pretty good!

1.010 or so, which I think means we're in business. Not bad considering it was my first AG brew and I had no idea what I was doing.

A little cloudy - probably aided by the fact that I poured in the entire goopy cold break into the primary.

I think some time in my 40-ish garage in the secondary will help clear.
You'll definitely clear up if you're gonna store it like that. I dumped everything in primary and cold crashed later on. Mine was very clear after about 10 days in the kegerator...
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Old 01-26-2008, 07:10 PM   #235
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I brewed mine Thursday afternoon (OG 1.053) and took a gravity ready today b/c the activity had almost come to a stop and it is already at 1.012.

Probably the fastest fermentation i'v had, but is is very very cloudy still. I'll move it to a colder area Sunday and let it clear for a week and then keg it.

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I brewed mine Thursday afternoon (OG 1.053) and took a gravity ready today b/c the activity had almost come to a stop and it is already at 1.012.

Probably the fastest fermentation i'v had, but is is very very cloudy still. I'll move it to a colder area Sunday and let it clear for a week and then keg it.
I'm almost positive mine was done in 48 hrs. Safale-05 is like the Terminator of yeast.
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Old 01-28-2008, 02:02 AM   #237
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I followed the recipe exactly and after 1 week in primary and 2 weeks in secondary, it is the clearest beer I have ever seen (made by me, of course). Now only 1-2 weeks more in the bottle and I will be able to try my first AG!

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Ok I just took a hydrometer reading on this after fermenting for 1 week. I used Safale Us-05 dry yeast (one packet) and just got a reading of 1.006!!!
It's OK. My batch went from 1.050 to 1.008 with Nottingham. That's 84% attenuation which is inline with what Notty can do. I am suprised that US-05 dropped out that dry though. I've always found it to attenuate a bit less then Notty and is one of the reasons I prefer US-05 over Notty. What was your SG?
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Well Ed, John Seabee, Mr. Stieck, and I are having a brewtogether this weekend. On the docket is your Haus Ale. The only change will be a move to munich malt, but only because it is what I have on hand. I am looking forward to my first glass of your Haus Ale. S.

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Well Ed, John Seabee, Mr. Stieck, and I are having a brewtogether this weekend. On the docket is your Haus Ale. The only change will be a move to munich malt, but only because it is what I have on hand. I am looking forward to my first glass of your Haus Ale. S.
Sweet! It'll still turn out great! Enjoy!
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