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Old 03-13-2009, 06:25 PM   #821
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Just ordered the ingredients for 2 batches of the extract version. Can't wait!

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Old 03-16-2009, 11:26 PM   #822
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Just ordered the ingredients for 2 batches of the extract version. Can't wait!
Brewed the extract version... Probably the quickest disappearing beer I've made thusfar. Everyone seems to like it.

My other hobby is building computers and I tend to try to build the best bang for the buck models. This recipe seems to be a great bang for the buck model for this hobby
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Old 03-17-2009, 01:53 PM   #823
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Brewed this as my first all grain. It has an interesting flavor that I can't figure our what it is. I missed my mash temperature on the low side by a couple degrees and also ended up with a little to much volume after the boil. The effects of these two mistakes are that the OG was a little low 1.048 instead of 1.051 and the final gravity was 1.007 instead of 1.011. The end result is a little thin, lacking body and slightly over carbonated and hazy, but it gets a little better after sitting and warming a bit.

The flavor I can't pin down is driving me nuts. I've tasted something similar in some golden ales before. I don't think its DMS because its not vegetal, cooked corn or rolling rock in nature. It's more bisquity or bready. Any ideas? I'm going to brew this recipe again, but I'd like to get some input from someone who knows what the beer is supposed to taste like when brewed well. If anyone experienced is interested (Ed), I'd be willing to mail a couple bottles to you if you'd be willing to offer constructive criticism.

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Old 03-17-2009, 04:56 PM   #824
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That is a characteristic of the beer and comes from the Vienna malt. It's what makes it unique when compared to regular pale ales IMHO.

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Old 03-17-2009, 08:17 PM   #825
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If anyone experienced is interested (Ed), I'd be willing to mail a couple bottles to you if you'd be willing to offer constructive criticism.

Please send me a couple of bottles.
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Old 03-18-2009, 01:54 AM   #826
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Done! Dropped them off with Corey at the shop today. I'd appreciate any feedback you can give me. Happy St. Patricks Day!
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Old 03-18-2009, 12:58 PM   #827
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Well, hat's off to EdWort!

This is an outstanding beer.

I've been brewing for about a year and this is my best beer hands down... and I did a number of things wrong but recovered nicely. My family and friends are thinking I'm really starting to figure this stuff out. Little do they know it's the recipe, not the brew master....

Thanks for sharing this.

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Old 03-19-2009, 11:13 AM   #828
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I just made my second batch of this recipe...

But, I didn't buy enough cascades.

So I raided the freezer and here's what I came up with:

1 oz cascades (5.9%) @ :60
1/2 oz Amarillo (4.?%) @ :30
1/4 oz Crystal (3.6%) @ :15
1/4 oz Crystal (3.6%) @ :05

I can't wait to see how it turns out.

Wow,

I tapped this keg two weeks ago and I'm really racing through it. That little hint of a "roasty/biscuity" flavor is really good.

I'm thinking of trying an experiment with this grain bill. Since I'm still fairly new and trying to learn, I'd like to experiment with different hops to familiarize myself with the flavor of individual hops.

I'm thinking about splitting this into several boils with a different hop in each boil adjusting the amounts to get similar IBUs.

Thanks for the recipe,

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Old 03-19-2009, 04:48 PM   #829
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My buddy is getting Married June 27th and I told him I would bring 4 kegs to the wedding. This beer is going to fill two of the kegs since it is really easy to make and tastes great! My plan is to brew on the 19th of April keg after a couple weeks then let them sit for like 7 weeks or so.

Thanks Ed!

I am pretty sure the other 2 kegs will be filled with SWMBO Slayer. I think those two beers could satisfy everyone's tastes buds.

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Old 03-21-2009, 12:34 AM   #830
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well finally got to taste this today it is still young 2 weeks in primary 3 days on gas and it tastes pretty damn good thanks

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