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Old 05-18-2009, 05:22 PM   #911
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i tasted 1st batch after 1 wk just to sample. My gravity was low at 1.041 but i may have gotten a bad reading i don't know. (did it in the kettle after chilled to what the floating therm read as 70 so added a point to bring to 1.042 as my temp was 70 not 60) anyways, it seems pretty bitter because i didn't hit 1.050-52. Not overly too bitter I ended up used to it after half a glass. I hope it mellows a bit after 2 more weeks. Anyone think it will?

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Old 05-18-2009, 06:00 PM   #912
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yeah give it time it should mellow.

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Old 05-18-2009, 08:10 PM   #913
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I tasted the hydrometer jar after 7 days and it was very bitter. Then I took another sample and tasted it at day 10. Wow what a difference a couple of days made. It was incredibly smooth and I couldn't believe it was the same beer. This was the first batch I ever made, but now I can't wait to taste it chilled, carbed, and more than a month old. I accidentally bought Safale 04 rather than 05, and mashed at about 151, but I expect it to be very tasty and I'll probably do this recipe again.

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Old 05-18-2009, 08:48 PM   #914
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I'm brewing this on Wednesday. All-Grain kit from Brewmaster's Warehouse. I can't wait, given the excellent reviews!

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Old 05-18-2009, 10:43 PM   #915
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I'm brewing this on Wednesday. All-Grain kit from Brewmaster's Warehouse. I can't wait, given the excellent reviews!
I'm looking forward to brewing this as my first AG too.
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Old 05-18-2009, 11:14 PM   #916
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Brewed this over the weekend. Had a little trouble with keeping the Mash Tun warm enough, ended up at 1.0451 OG (63% efficiency). Is this going to cause a really hoppy beer? I'm fairly new to this and when I adjusted my efficiency the hoppiness meter went way up. Either way I'm still excited to get this into bottles since it's my second all grain batch.

I modified the recipe a bit to make the OG and IBU's line up for a 5 gallon batch using Hopville.com:

7 lbs Pale
1.5 lbs Vienna
1 lb Caramel 20L (had it at the house)

1 oz cascade 60 mins (5.9%)
1 oz cascade 30 mins (5.9%)
.5 oz cascade 15 mins (5.9%)
.5 oz cascade 5 mins (5.9%)

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Old 05-21-2009, 08:15 AM   #917
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I just put my first batch of this in the ale pail. I pitched a starter leftover from a previous ESB of Munton's Dry Yeast, figuring that since the Notty is a fairly neutral English yeast that the Munton's would be similar. I also had some Chinook leaf hops that a pro brewer friend gave me that I tossed in to the last aroma addition, looking to make it a tad more fragrant. Other than that, I can't wait to keg this in two weeks or so!

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Old 05-21-2009, 08:04 PM   #918
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Any thoughts on using White Labs 810 (WL810) for this recipe when using AG?

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Old 05-25-2009, 07:31 PM   #919
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Some friends and I brewed this yesterday. Last year we made some attempts at all grain that were somewhat unsuccessful, so this seemed great for our first brew of the year.

We doubled the recipe in order to get ~11 gal (basically just doubled all the amounts). Hit a OG of 1.054, and it is now in the fermentor with some US-05. Hopefully turns out as successful for us as the many others here.

Thanks for the recipe EdWort

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Old 05-27-2009, 06:10 AM   #920
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Every time I pop one of these open it is better than the last one...

I tried dry hopping a batch with .25 oz cascade. Lets hope it tastes just as good with the extra hop aroma!

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