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Old 10-02-2012, 05:36 PM   #571
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If you can steep grains, you can do a PM.

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Old 10-02-2012, 10:17 PM   #572
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Is it sweet orange peel? Bitter orange peel orange zest what r people doing?

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Old 10-03-2012, 01:38 PM   #573
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Is it sweet orange peel? Bitter orange peel orange zest what r people doing?
I grate my own oranges. If I want them sweet, I make sure to not get any of the white pith. If I want it bitter, I get a lot of pith in there.
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Old 10-04-2012, 09:33 PM   #574
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Cheers, Bknife.

Has anyone brewed this with Wyeast 3711?? I think this might work well with it??

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It would become a hoppy saison, which I think would be pretty good, actually.

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I need to brew this again as it's been to long.

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Old 10-07-2012, 06:56 AM   #577
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It would become a hoppy saison, which I think would be pretty good, actually.
It's just someone said that they were using that yeast. would be interesting to hear if they had success??
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Old 10-09-2012, 12:02 AM   #578
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What's the consensus on weight of fresh orange peel?

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I have wanted to brew this recipe for some time. I had planned 2 other recipes ahead of it, however. My brew buddy said he was making a barley wine with all Maris Otter base malt and I could use the second runnings! Bought the other ingredients for the Orange Pale Ale and I was on my way! I did a mini mash with 4 lbs Maris Otter and the specialy grains, decanted the tea to my brew pot, dumped the grains atop his sparged grain bed and sparged some more. At 6.5 gal collected in brew pot, the SG (adjusted for temp) was 1.057) almost dead on. The only recipe changes were-I used fresh Cascade hops that I grew myself (10 min, 5 min) and subbed Citra for Cascade in the 1 min hop addition. I'll let you know how it tastes. My suggestion, however, if you're making a big 10 gal Maris Otter beer, this recipe lends itself to a great 2nd running 5 gal batch. You could possiblly steep the specialty grains like a PM recipe, although i did not. Thanks black lab! Ending SG litte high at 1.064
OK, I just cracked my first bottle after 1 week. There is one thing I would change in the future. When I transferred to the secondary fermentor I tasted the beer. The sweet orange was too subtle for me so I added about 2T of fresh grated orange peel to the secondary. Unfortunately, this was too much orange and now it has a super orange nose and taste. I think I just created a fruit beer. Delicious and dangerously way to easy to drink, but too orange right now.
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Old 10-30-2012, 02:47 AM   #580
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OK, I just cracked my first bottle after 1 week. There is one thing I would change in the future. When I transferred to the secondary fermentor I tasted the beer. The sweet orange was too subtle for me so I added about 2T of fresh grated orange peel to the secondary. Unfortunately, this was too much orange and now it has a super orange nose and taste. I think I just created a fruit beer. Delicious and dangerously way to easy to drink, but too orange right now.
Glad you're liking it...now you know how much to add if you want an orange bomb. In the original recipe it's not 'hit in you in the face' orange. You really need to know what you're looking for when you try a sample pre-bottling, as it will change dramatically when carbed.
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