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Old 02-19-2011, 02:34 AM   #101
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I drink it pretty young, but it improves while we're drinking it. Probably 6 weeks is a good guideline.
your right. Been drinking it for about 3 days. seems to improve each day. i will use your exact recipe next time, the Columbus for bittering is a little much, but it is growing on me. Good beer.
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Old 02-24-2011, 07:13 PM   #102
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Mashing this now, had to adjust hops amounts due to mine only being 5%. Also, I'm doing 5.5 gallons. Thanks for the recipe Yooper

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Old 02-24-2011, 07:17 PM   #103
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Made this again (first batch back in the Fall) on Saturday. Look forward to dry hopping and quaffing! This batch had an OG of 1.063; I was targeting 1.060.

Thanks again, YOOP!

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Old 02-27-2011, 03:17 AM   #104
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I drink it pretty young, but it improves while we're drinking it. Probably 6 weeks is a good guideline.
Just passing 5 weeks and it gets better every day, The Columbus bittering is smoothing out. this brew really grows on you. glad i brewed 10 gallons, i have 5 more to spare.
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Yooper, I'll be brewing this in the next week or two. I read from earlier in this thread that you do some water adjustments. Right now I use ro water exclusively and do a cheat from a Ken Schwartz paper I read...add a few tablespoons of dme to the mash water to get some of the necessary minerals to convert the mash. It has worked well thus far re: efficiency.

However, do you have any suggestions about building water for this beer if I'm starting w ro? If not, no biggie but thought I'd check. Really looking forward to trying this one out. Craving a fragrant, easy drinking apa and your house brew looks like just the ticket.

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Yooper, I'll be brewing this in the next week or two. I read from earlier in this thread that you do some water adjustments. Right now I use ro water exclusively and do a cheat from a Ken Schwartz paper I read...add a few tablespoons of dme to the mash water to get some of the necessary minerals to convert the mash. It has worked well thus far re: efficiency.

However, do you have any suggestions about building water for this beer if I'm starting w ro? If not, no biggie but thought I'd check. Really looking forward to trying this one out. Craving a fragrant, easy drinking apa and your house brew looks like just the ticket.
I brewed this last Fall with strictly RO water, and it turned out great.
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I brewed this last Fall with strictly RO water, and it turned out great.
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Strictly RO water should be fine- but if you want to add 1 teaspoon of Calcium Chloride to the water, it would be ok.

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I used WLP-001 on this, its been in primary for a week. I made a 1L yeast starter for it and it seems to be taking a long time for the Krausen to drop, I realize its only been a week but usually my pale ales "appear" finished in the first week and are starting to clear. My OG was 1.059 and I am fermenting around 68 (as per WLP-001 directions) but with the amount of yeast I put in I wouldn't think it would take this long to fall.

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Strictly RO water should be fine- but if you want to add 1 teaspoon of Calcium Chloride to the water, it would be ok.
Many thanks, Yooper!
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