Originally Posted by jordanfrenzy
Tried this with slight alterations today.
Subbed base grain with 11# of MO, bittered with .50 oz Warrior (LHBS out of Magnum), and used Centennial/Simcoe as my 10,1,0 and dry additions. Rehydrated some S05 and pitched a little warm.
I'm trying to create a nice house pale ale to go on tap in my new keezer. Will post how it turns out.
Took an unreasonably early sample at 8 days. Numbers are perfect, 1.012 or 1.013 temp corrected. Pretty happy at hitting 1051 and 1013 on my first true all grain.
Sample was cloudy and obviously needs more time. Kind of wish I had dumped in some more hops late, but maybe the dry hop will bring out some of the hop flavor.
Got a slight corn or grainy taste that I had in 1 or 2 of my BIAB attempts. Could be DMS? I usually boil pretty vigorously with an SQ14 so that doesn't seem right.
At any rate, sample was really clean tasting and this should turn out good with the right age behind it.