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Old 12-07-2007, 11:57 PM   #21
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The reason I bring it up is all I have is MO and I'm brewing tomorrow. I'm thinking of going pure MO with 3% carapils. That's it.
Sounds good. Keep her at the 148-151 range if you're wanting a crisp quaffer.
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Old 12-10-2007, 04:32 PM   #22
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I successfully made 11gal of your centennial blonde yesterday. LHBS's website said that he didn't carry centennial hops, I was about to order nugget, but on a whim I asked him and he said he did carry it! I mentioned that it wasn't on his website and he said he should fix it, but then we went into a discussion on how he might not be able to stock it soon because of the shortage). All my kegs are full, but once I empty one, I'll probably put this one next on tap since it doesn't need to age long.

Thanks for the recipe and looking forward to drinking it!

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Old 12-14-2007, 02:02 AM   #23
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What can I use instead of Centennial?
I am having trouble finding any.

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Old 12-14-2007, 03:19 AM   #24
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Cascade or a mix of cascade and chinook

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Bier how would this brew take to fruit?

I have a friend that is allergic to wheat so she cannot drink the blueberry wheat I brew. She has been hounding me to brew another style with fruit of some sort that she can enjoy.

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Bier how would this brew take to fruit?

I have a friend that is allergic to wheat so she cannot drink the blueberry wheat I brew. She has been hounding me to brew another style with fruit of some sort that she can enjoy.
It's a light enough style that any spice or fruit would come through pretty well.

It would probably lend itself very well to adding some bitter orange peel. I’ve added orange peel to light blondes before and they’re been well received.
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Got linked to this recipe from a fast beers thread. I am scaling this down to a 4 gallon batch, already in BS, I am buying my grain from the cheap place with no crushed so Ill have to crush them cave man style. Substituting with all cascade older hops so Im going to have to up the amount after I figure how much more to use. Im using my LHBS pale ale malt thats only $.95/pound and some Vienna I have left over some another brew. This brew is going to be so cheap I'm calling it the Cheap A$$ Blonde! Ill let you know how it goes. Thanks for another easy recipe.

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WOW... I made my first batch of this stuff, extract with grains, it is just about finished up in the fermenter, and then I will throw it in the fridge for a day or two to crash cool it but WOW... the color is incredible. It looks like liquid sunshine. I can't wait to take the FG reading so that I can taste it.

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Just finished kegging 10 gallons of this, I went 15 days in the primary and straight to the kegs. It was nice and clear, the hydro sample tasted great. It will be nice to have some 3 week beer for a change.

This was my first batch with the Nottingham Yeast, actually it was the first with any dry yeast. It went well, fermented out in less than 3 days and all held tight to the bottom of the fermenter so I was able to drain all but about a cup out with no sediment making its way to the cornys.



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...It will be nice to have some 3 week beer for a change.
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A good week + in a chilled keg and the chill haze will also go away.

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