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Old 03-11-2010, 12:26 AM   #11
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Yooper, looks like a great recipe. All that malty goodness from MO, Vienna, Munich. Enough bitterness to balance it out. I want to make this. I will probably scale the crystal back a bit for my own taste but I am really looking forward to making this one. Thanks!

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Old 03-16-2010, 03:19 AM   #12
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Looks like a good recipe. After doing too many light colored APAs and IPAs, this seems more interesting. As I have lots of Cascades as well as the other ingredients on hand, I may have to try this one. It seems strikingly similar to what I was thinking anyway, except for a smidgen of flaked oats.

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Old 03-18-2010, 01:25 AM   #13
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Been meaning to thank you for this recipe for quite some time Yoop...

I've been using the grain bill, but hopping as follows...

.5 OZ Magnum 12.1 and .5 OZ Cascade 5.4 for 60 minutes.

.5 Oz Summit 18.2 for 30 minutes.

.25 0z Summit 18.2 for 15 minutes.

.25 OZ Summit 18.2 at flame out.

Right now I have one on tap, and all the stuff to brew another this weekend.

I really LOVE this brew. It was meant to be a Widmer Brothers Drifter clone, but I didn't even come close.

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Old 03-18-2010, 01:26 AM   #14
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Been meaning to thank you for this recipe for quite some time Yoop...

I've been using the grain bill, but hopping as follows...

.5 OZ Magnum 12.1 and .5 OZ Cascade 5.4 for 60 minutes.

.5 Oz Summit 18.2 for 30 minutes.

.25 0z Summit 18.2 for 15 minutes.

.25 OZ Summit 18.2 at flame out.

Right now I have one on tap, and all the stuff to brew another this weekend.

I really LOVE this brew. It was meant to be a Widmer Brothers Drifter clone, but I didn't even come close.
You know, I've never used summit hops. What kind of flavor/aroma do they bring?
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Old 03-18-2010, 01:50 AM   #15
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Been meaning to thank you for this recipe for quite some time Yoop...

I've been using the grain bill, but hopping as follows...

.5 OZ Magnum 12.1 and .5 OZ Cascade 5.4 for 60 minutes.

.5 Oz Summit 18.2 for 30 minutes.

.25 0z Summit 18.2 for 15 minutes.

.25 OZ Summit 18.2 at flame out.

Right now I have one on tap, and all the stuff to brew another this weekend.

I really LOVE this brew. It was meant to be a Widmer Brothers Drifter clone, but I didn't even come close.
Like Cascades on steroids... VERY citrusy... Like grapefruit.
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Old 03-28-2010, 11:26 PM   #16
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Alright I am going to give this one a shot. I drank some Loose Cannon by clipper city brewing company and it was a very hoppy pale ale with a good malty balance. I came straight home after drinking it and found a clone for it and the grain bill costs about $12 more than this one does so I've got my fingers crossed that this one is just as good if not better!

I think I am going to try the cascade/summit hop combo using cascade through the 15 minute mark of the boil and then finish + dry hop with summit.

I'm ordering my grains tomorrow and I'm pretty excited about this one - thanks yooper!

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Alright I am going to give this one a shot. I drank some Loose Cannon by clipper city brewing company and it was a very hoppy pale ale with a good malty balance. I came straight home after drinking it and found a clone for it and the grain bill costs about $12 more than this one does so I've got my fingers crossed that this one is just as good if not better!

I think I am going to try the cascade/summit hop combo using cascade through the 15 minute mark of the boil and then finish + dry hop with summit.

I'm ordering my grains tomorrow and I'm pretty excited about this one - thanks yooper!
I'm doing this one again tomorrow, too! Well, sort of. lschiavo gave me two ounces of citra, so I'm doing the same grain bill, bittering with magnum and using citra for all of the flavor and aroma additions. I've been wanting to try citra for a while now!
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Just bottled this tonight. Due to my insane schedule and Easter thrown in, it sat in primary for 30 days, with 15 days dryhop. I had about half a glass left over. It sure went down good. Nice citrusy aroma, hop flavor very present but not overwhelming. About 3 weeks in the bottle, and this should be very pleasant drinking.

Thanks Yoop!

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This brew is awesome!! I I love the balance. Everyone love this brew. I am almost out so I am doing it again tomorrow but I am going to go all Citra. I am going to do whole in the boil and dry hop with pellets

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I'm doing this one again tomorrow, too! Well, sort of. lschiavo gave me two ounces of citra, so I'm doing the same grain bill, bittering with magnum and using citra for all of the flavor and aroma additions. I've been wanting to try citra for a while now!
Well, with all citra (except for bittering), the result is not as great. Of course, it's young. We'll see how it is carbed up and aged a bit.

When I kegged it yesterday, I thought "ugh". So, I dryhopped in the keg with an ounce of cascade to see if that helps. I think I'll stick with my original recipe next time!
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