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Old 05-21-2008, 06:12 PM   #111
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Biermuncher,
I have nottinghams on hand, but wanted your thoughts on trying WLP008 East Coast Ale Yeast....which I have a few pints of washed yeast in the fridge. This was last used on a cream ale, and finished close to crisp. Do you think it would be suitable? I have everything else to do this one AG this Friday.

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Old 05-21-2008, 07:36 PM   #112
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I have nottinghams on hand, but wanted your thoughts on trying WLP008 East Coast Ale Yeast....which I have a few pints of washed yeast in the fridge. This was last used on a cream ale, and finished close to crisp. Do you think it would be suitable? I have everything else to do this one AG this Friday.

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Anything you can use on a Cream Ale will work just fine with this grain bill. You can mash it a bit longer if you want the beer to be crisper. I wouldn't hesitate.
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Old 05-22-2008, 09:48 PM   #113
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My LHBS screwed up my hops. They mixed the Centennial in with my Amber and my Cascades in with my blonde. Oh well, I can still hop the blonde up to 23 IBU's with Cascades and Mnt Hood. My amber will be under the IBU count though.......

A little disappointed since the Centennial seemed to be the deal with this beer.

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My LHBS screwed up my hops. They mixed the Centennial in with my Amber and my Cascades in with my blonde. Oh well, I can still hop the blonde up to 23 IBU's with Cascades and Mnt Hood. My amber will be under the IBU count though.......

A little disappointed since the Centennial seemed to be the deal with this beer.
Hood Winked Blonde...
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Hood Winked Blonde...

I figured my "Amber" will be the "Not So Blonde" Amber Ale....... It'll still be beer!
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Old 05-26-2008, 10:00 PM   #116
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im on my second keg with this recipe it's amazing goes real fast in the house. thanks for the recipe BierMuncher.

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Old 05-27-2008, 08:23 PM   #117
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ordered ingredients. AHS didn't have centenial, subbed chinook and since I have never tried them, I ordered the White Labs cal ale 01. AHS was shockingly out of notting dry.

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BM thanks for this great recipe. I did a quick turnaround on this one for a party and it was a big hit. This beer is as advertised. Thanks!

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BM thanks for this great recipe. I did a quick turnaround on this one for a party and it was a big hit. This beer is as advertised. Thanks!
Always good to here we satisfied the masses with a homebrew.
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I forgot to add carapils to my shopping list when I went to the LHBS, so in a pinch, I subbed a pound of white wheat malt. Otherwise I followed the recipe and looking forward to drinking this. I really liked this recipe the first time I brewed it. This is the first recipe that I've repeat (or tried to repeat), so I definitely agree that it belongs on your "tried & true" list.

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