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Old 12-05-2011, 02:32 PM   #231
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Yooper,

I have had great success with your recipes in the past so I plan to make a special order just to have enough cascade on hand to brew this recipe once we get enough snow for me to use to cool/chill the wort with my snow/water slush method since it is too cold to run my garden hose to my chiller.

So should I use packaged pellet hops for the first two additions or the first three additions? Thanks for getting back to me.

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Old 12-05-2011, 11:38 PM   #232
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I have had great success with your recipes in the past so I plan to make a special order just to have enough cascade on hand to brew this recipe once we get enough snow for me to use to cool/chill the wort with my snow/water slush method since it is too cold to run my garden hose to my chiller.

So should I use packaged pellet hops for the first two additions or the first three additions? Thanks for getting back to me.
I'd probably use homegrown for only the last two additions (and possibly dryhopping) if they smell great and fresh.
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Old 12-07-2011, 12:38 AM   #233
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I am really enjoying a variation on this, which I have called 3 Kings, and it is pretty simple

5 lbs Pale
4 lbs Vienna
3 lbs Munich

** NO Crystal - I may add some next batch)

Tetnanger hops (3 oz total)

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1.054 OG 1.010 FG

I think the Crystal will add some sweetness, thinking 0.5 lbs

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Old 12-07-2011, 01:13 AM   #234
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What could you replace the crystal with to help give the beer some body without greatly changing the flavor profile or adding too much sweetness? Carapils? Flaked wheat?

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What could you replace the crystal with to help give the beer some body without greatly changing the flavor profile or adding too much sweetness? Carapils? Flaked wheat?
I was thinking a bit (1/2 lb) of bavarian wheat DME - what do you think?
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So I tacked on an extra pound of MO because I plan to BIAB this beer, but beercalculus only gives me an estimated OG of 1.039 even with the exra MO. Any ideas as to what I'm doing wrong (efficiency on beer calculus is estimating 75% efficiency, which I don't expect to get).

Edit: I guess this is just a difference between the free beercalculus and beersmith. I downloaded the beersmith trial and everything seems to check out. If my efficiency is 65% with the extra pound of MO, my OG should be right on. If not, then I can DME or top up to make more beer!

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So I tacked on an extra pound of MO because I plan to BIAB this beer, but beercalculus only gives me an estimated OG of 1.039 even with the exra MO. Any ideas as to what I'm doing wrong (efficiency on beer calculus is estimating 75% efficiency, which I don't expect to get).

Edit: I guess this is just a difference between the free beercalculus and beersmith. I downloaded the beersmith trial and everything seems to check out. If my efficiency is 65% with the extra pound of MO, my OG should be right on. If not, then I can DME or top up to make more beer!
I've found I get better eff with BIAB than 75%, but I always squeeze my sack.

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I've found I get better eff with BIAB than 75%, but I always squeeze my sack.

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Anyway, you're absolutely right- I could have gone without the extra pound. Hit ~80% efficiency and so my OG was high- around 1.066. I'm going to add a half gallon of water when I get home from work- still in the lag right now so I think it should be fine. Excited to taste this beer.
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What can I replace the Crystal 20L with? I can get 40-60L but not 20. Could I use a smaller amount of 40L, or some Caraamber?

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What can I replace the Crystal 20L with? I can get 40-60L but not 20. Could I use a smaller amount of 40L, or some Caraamber?
Yes, 40L would be fine.
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