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Old 01-25-2013, 08:08 PM   #2681
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Like so many others on this thread, I chose Haus Pale Ale as my first AG. As it sits in the fermenter, I wonder why I never did this before. I read so much of this forum beforehand that I hardly needed any software/directions.

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Old 01-25-2013, 08:54 PM   #2682
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As much as I hate to mess with a recipe the first time I brew it....my LHBS has whole leaf Centennial hops in stock right now. How would this take to dry hopping with 2 oz of Centennial?

I just bottled my first dry hopped beer (EdWort's Stone IPA clone) last night and man it smelled delicious. I want to keep that deliciousness going onto this batch!

IMO it would taste amazing!
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:06 PM   #2683
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I've been cold crashing this for the last 72 hours. Just took a hydro sample. I started at 1.052, FG of 1.010. I ended up mashing around 150.

Hydro sample tastes great! Going to be kegging this and a Two Hearted clone tonight.

For the first time EVER, all 4 of my kegs will be filled and online. Today is a good day my friends.

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Old 01-26-2013, 01:43 AM   #2684
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Wow! Fantastic Idea!

Combining Cascade & Centennial Hops!

What would happen if I mixed up the yeast I put in?


Great Stuff! I love this site!

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Old 01-26-2013, 04:20 AM   #2685
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Pale on the right. IPA on the left

And on deck hooked up to gas in the ferm chamber.

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Old 01-27-2013, 12:26 AM   #2686
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Drinking this now and I must say, I'm impressed. I have looked at this recipe for at least two years and always thought it seemed too simple and boring. Well I finally decided to see what all the hype was about and it turns out it is well deserved.
This beer is so good even my wife (who totally despises anything with a hint of hop flavor) loves it. And the best part is this beer actually has a decent hop profile for a pale ale. It is just so well balanced and drinkable that she doesn't even notice it. Looks like I'll be keeping a keg of this on tap from now on!

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Old 01-28-2013, 12:06 AM   #2687
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This beer has now become a staple at my house. I dry hop with an ounce of cascades as well. Once it leaves primary, I brew it again.

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Old 02-05-2013, 01:42 PM   #2688
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Love this beer. However I changed this one up a little. I dropped the 30 minute addition, and added 1/2 ounce of citra at 10 and flame out also. 1 ounce dry hop.
I love citra an it matched very well with this beer. The aroma and flavor are amazing. It is still very smooth and extremely drinkable. I am a fairly new brewer and this makes a great base apa that I can play with.

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Old 02-05-2013, 04:51 PM   #2689
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Chalk me up for 5 gallons of Haus Pale Ale. Not my first All-Grain, but I am working on getting the process down. I figured this recipe would give me an enjoyable beer and keep it simple. Very nice results, and only 3 weeks bottled. My wife, who usually despises beer, even enjoyed her sip. Now I'm making her a believer! This recipe provides a nice base to experiment off of, so I can't wait to start making variations but I will definitely keep this recipe around to enjoy again.

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Old 02-05-2013, 05:05 PM   #2690
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Chalk me up for 5 gallons of Haus Pale Ale. Not my first All-Grain, but I am working on getting the process down. I figured this recipe would give me an enjoyable beer and keep it simple. Very nice results, and only 3 weeks bottled. My wife, who usually despises beer, even enjoyed her sip. Now I'm making her a believer! This recipe provides a nice base to experiment off of, so I can't wait to start making variations but I will definitely keep this recipe around to enjoy again.
+1 in general; my first is in primary, kegging next Monday!
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