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Old 03-23-2012, 05:26 PM   #541
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Hmmm. While I'm a true believer in cleanliness in brewing this strikes me as a little over-protective. I'd not throw bird-crapped orange zest in a brew (I'd wash it first) but methinks the alcohol would probably take care of the typical nasties that might be present.

But hey, to each their own and RDWHAHB!
Soak the orange in vodka, hey extra alcohol isn't bad.
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Old 03-23-2012, 05:59 PM   #542
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Soak the orange in vodka, hey extra alcohol isn't bad.
Now that's an even better idea.
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Old 03-24-2012, 05:00 AM   #543
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So I brewed this up today for the first time. Also first time using a pump to recirculate and whirlpool. Resirc went fine but I learned a lesson. Don't freeball dried orange peel if using a pump. Whirlpooled for about a minute till it clogged. Next project is building a hop spider. Whole house smells great tho. Even swmbo likes it.

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Old 03-26-2012, 01:46 AM   #544
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I actually had a bottle of this sitting downstairs from alst April/May when I brewed it. I popped it open tonight. Smells and tastes awesome. Some of the cascade flavor definitely died down but still a great brew. I look forward to doing it again!

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Old 05-28-2012, 01:31 PM   #545
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Just pitched yeast on a batch of this last night. I used Centennial instead of Cascades, since that is what I had. Also, I used a vegetable peeler to carefully peel off just to orange part of the orange peel from some organic oranges. It took quite a lot to get 2 oz dried. I am looking forward to tasting it.

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Old 06-05-2012, 02:55 AM   #546
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Brewed a batch of this a few weeks ago. I subbed the late addition cascades with centennials, and fermented with US-05. I just racked it to the secondary and I'm dry-hopping with some more centennials. The sample I took was super clean and tasted awesome! Can't wait to keg this!

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Old 06-05-2012, 11:09 AM   #547
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So I have made this recipe a couple times and really love it which made me think of trying a IIPA based on blacklabs original. Here it is what I came up with so far and I'm hoping to brew this weekend.

Pale Ale 38ppg, 3°L 13 pounds 81.2%
Vienna 35ppg, 4°L 1 pound 6.2%
Crystal 60L 34ppg, 60°L 1 pound 6.2%
Dry Sugar - Corn 42ppg, °L 1 pound 6.2%
Yeast - White Labs California Ale

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60 minutes, Target 151°F
Batch Sparge

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Cascade 6.9%, Pellet 1 ounce FWH
Columbus hops 14.6%, Pellet 2 ounce 60 minutes
Cascade hops 5.6%, Pellet 1 ounce 10 minutes
Cascade hops 5.6%, Pellet 1 ounce 5 minutes
Cascade hops 5.6%, Pellet 2 ounces 1 minutes
Columbus hops 14.6%, Pellet 1 ounce 1 minutes
Cascade hops 5.6%, Pellet 2 ounce Dry Hop 7 days
Columbus hops 14.6%, Pellet 2 ounce Dry Hop 7 days

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Crushed Coriander 1 ounce 10 minutes
Orange peel 2 ounces 10 minutes
Orange peel 1 ounce Added to fermenter for 7 days

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Old 06-26-2012, 04:17 AM   #548
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I had tasted the brew when transferring to secondary prior to dry hopping and almost left it as is. The flavor and aroma were great. This recipe had so many good reviews that I opted to go with the dry hop step. I just tried the first bottle. Whoa! Hopefully the hop flavor will mellow a bit over time. It's a bit stronger than I had expected. Strong aroma, strong taste. A hop-lovers beer for certain. I will be making this again but scaling the dry hops way back to about 25%.

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Old 06-26-2012, 10:37 AM   #549
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So I have made this recipe a couple times and really love it which made me think of trying a IIPA based on blacklabs original. Here it is what I came up with so far and I'm hoping to brew this weekend.

Pale Ale 38ppg, 3°L 13 pounds 81.2%
Vienna 35ppg, 4°L 1 pound 6.2%
Crystal 60L 34ppg, 60°L 1 pound 6.2%
Dry Sugar - Corn 42ppg, °L 1 pound 6.2%
Yeast - White Labs California Ale

Mash
60 minutes, Target 151°F
Batch Sparge

Hops
Cascade 6.9%, Pellet 1 ounce FWH
Columbus hops 14.6%, Pellet 2 ounce 60 minutes
Cascade hops 5.6%, Pellet 1 ounce 10 minutes
Cascade hops 5.6%, Pellet 1 ounce 5 minutes
Cascade hops 5.6%, Pellet 2 ounces 1 minutes
Columbus hops 14.6%, Pellet 1 ounce 1 minutes
Cascade hops 5.6%, Pellet 2 ounce Dry Hop 7 days
Columbus hops 14.6%, Pellet 2 ounce Dry Hop 7 days

Additions

Crushed Coriander 1 ounce 10 minutes
Orange peel 2 ounces 10 minutes
Orange peel 1 ounce Added to fermenter for 7 days
So I just bottled this version on Sunday and let me tell you it is delicious. Came in at a nice 8% abv but still has the great orange and cascade flavors and aroma. Gonna be hard to let this one sit for a few weeks especially with the 4th coming up. Gotta thank blacklabs once again for a great recipe.
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Old 07-22-2012, 09:09 PM   #550
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Just pitched my yeast a few minutes ago on this. My first all-grain batch. Nailed all my gravity readings
I only had 1 oz of coriander and put it in the hop bag with the orange zest. Will it hurt the flavor/aroma to remove them for fermentation?
Cant wait for this one to finish!

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