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Old 09-03-2012, 09:49 PM   #2491
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Has anyone used fresh hops for this? I grew some for the first time this year. I have about 30 oz of fresh cascade and about 12 oz of fresh chinook. What sort of hop schedule and amount would you use for the fresh hops? Would you use a pellet for the bittering hop and reserve the fresh hops for later?
I used an ounce of homegrown wet cascade hops in the last 5min addition. My third year cascades were a tasty addition.

Stick to late additions to play it safe, espically if your hops are young.

Btw, This recipe rocks! Thanks Ed.
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Old 09-04-2012, 03:33 PM   #2492
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Brewed this yesterday!

This is the most viewed, most replied, (most popular) thread on HBT. I can't wait to taste this brew. With more than 1/4 Million hits you know it's got to be good!

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Old 09-08-2012, 01:14 AM   #2493
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Can't wait to brew this next week. It will be my first all grain(like a lot of others!). Shop only had 1.5 vienna so i will use .5 munich. Now i am debating wether to do it as written or add a little citra or falconers flight(have an ounce of each).

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Old 09-08-2012, 02:23 AM   #2494
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so, I brewed this today...sort of. When I went to my LHBS, they were out of vienna. I allowed them to recommend victory malt in its place, not knowing much of anything about it. How is this going to turn out, you think? Besides being darker, of course

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Old 09-13-2012, 06:31 PM   #2495
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Just purchased ingredients per the recipe to brew this, but using Wyeast 1056 and starter. Pale ales have gone over well with guests and I'm brewing this one for Thanksgiving (4 week primary, 4 week bottle condition).

I have Edwort's apfelwein bulk aging for 6 months and am pretty sure his Bee Cave Brewery IPA is up next. It's hard to overlook recipes with so many replies. Thanks Edwort.

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Old 09-14-2012, 02:33 AM   #2496
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so, I brewed this today...sort of. When I went to my LHBS, they were out of vienna. I allowed them to recommend victory malt in its place, not knowing much of anything about it. How is this going to turn out, you think? Besides being darker, of course
Probably fine - a little more nutty and bready perhaps.
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Old 09-14-2012, 11:51 PM   #2497
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Just thought I'd add my $0.02

I brewed up a recipe mainly based on this one a month ago and it's my first batch in my kegging setup.

I did 7/3/1 on the grain and a slightly different hop schedule (using up some hops on hand). It's really a good drinker. I'd highly recommend this to anyone who wants to try and start brewing.

This is easily the clearest beer that I've brewed as well. I use Irish Moss and a nice week-long cold crash. But I think that the kegging has helped out by keeping the beer cold and clearing it through what's basically an extended cold crash.

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Old 09-15-2012, 04:15 AM   #2498
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Just found a bottle of this in the closet. I thinks its been bottle conditioning around 8 weeks. So good!

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Old 09-17-2012, 02:40 PM   #2499
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I am enjoying this beer right now. I split my 10 gal batch using S04 and US05. S04 is the one on tap. It's quite tasty! I might be brewing this recipe again in the near future. If I change anything next time, I may split the 60 min addition with a FWH just to smooth out the bitterness a bit. But this a great brew as is! Thanks again for sharing.

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Old 09-21-2012, 05:51 PM   #2500
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This was one of two beers I recently kegged as my first venture into kegging. Really good stuff and I'm loving having a kegging setup. Can't wait to try this one again, will definitely do all-grain next time.
Man I am loving this beer. SWMBO really enjoying it too. This keg won't last long. I'll be doing another batch very soon I'm sure.
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