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Old 07-21-2011, 05:50 PM   #181
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Heading on over to BMW Saturday morning to pick up the ingredients for this. It will be my first brewday in our new house. I am a Wyeast guy though, so I may go with 1056 which is my go to Am Pale Ale yeast.

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Old 07-23-2011, 10:27 PM   #182
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Brewwed a batch today using a fresh vial of WPL001 -- is this pretty much the same as us-o5 ?

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Old 07-24-2011, 04:58 PM   #183
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Brewwed a batch today using a fresh vial of WPL001 -- is this pretty much the same as us-o5 ?
I did that as well, it's been in primary for about a week and looks sort of funny. I found this thread and this thread so I feel comfortable about the yeast, just not how it looks. It was also my first time using Whirlfloc tabs so I wonder if I messed something up there.
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Old 07-24-2011, 05:16 PM   #184
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I did that as well, it's been in primary for about a week and looks sort of funny. I found this thread and this thread so I feel comfortable about the yeast, just not how it looks. It was also my first time using Whirlfloc tabs so I wonder if I messed something up there.
There may be some minor differences between liquid and dry but they are essentially the same strain.

In fact, I have this beer on tap made with us05 and it is mighty tasty. It's a clean yeast that really gets out of the way to let malt and hops shine through. It's my go to house yeast for most of my stock house ales.
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Old 07-24-2011, 05:20 PM   #185
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I did that as well, it's been in primary for about a week and looks sort of funny. I found this thread and this thread so I feel comfortable about the yeast, just not how it looks. It was also my first time using Whirlfloc tabs so I wonder if I messed something up there.
And can you describe "looks funny"?
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yoop-- thanks for a great recipe.. First batch Ive made that I feel really happy with. Definitely a re-brew in the future. cheers!

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Old 07-24-2011, 11:48 PM   #187
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I did that as well, it's been in primary for about a week and looks sort of funny. I found this thread and this thread so I feel comfortable about the yeast, just not how it looks. It was also my first time using Whirlfloc tabs so I wonder if I messed something up there.
Thx for the links abt the 2 strains... time will tell... I am fermenting just nice and steady at 70 in the basement...will be interesting to see if the "yeasty twang" otheres mention comes through in the WPL001 .. I pitched it from a 1L starter, and it took off w/in 12 hours.
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And can you describe "looks funny"?
I think I was just put off slightly by the speed that things got started; that and the insane amount of sediment from the whirlfloc(?). I just racked it to secondary and it smelled great and looked good too. We'll see how it looks in a week or so.
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Old 08-04-2011, 01:09 AM   #189
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I am kegging for the first time. Has anyone kegged this? Carb naturally? If so how much priming sugar. Force carb? If so how much pressure.

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Old 08-22-2011, 01:34 AM   #190
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Brewed this yesterday for my first all grain. My mash was a little low-150, but I don't think that will be too much of an issue. According to my calcs, I hit 78.9% efficiency. I'm pretty happy seeing as it was my first time.

Don't have a wort chiller yet and couldn't get the temp down below 85 last night. Put it in the primary stuck it in my converted fridge fermentation chamber to cool overnight. Pitched the yeast this morning at 65 degress. Still no action in the airlock, but I'm not concerned.

Man, the wort was tasty. This is going to be good.

Thanks, Yooper!

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