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Old 04-12-2010, 06:52 AM   #21
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I went with Amarillo instead. Think I should dry hop with em also or perhaps a C hop?

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Old 04-12-2010, 08:05 PM   #22
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Brewed this on Saturday. AG batch and hit 1.054 O.G. with 5.25 Gallons in the fermenter.

I dumped it onto MB's Centennial Blonde yeast cake that had been sitting for 2-3 days.

Within 30 minutes the air lock was rocking 2-3 times per second.

"I had better keep my eye on this. I don't think I'll need a blowoff tube for a beer of that size, but I had better keep an eye on it anyway."

Within 3 hours of pitching it onto the cake, it had exploded, requiring the tube.

This thing is going to be done in a hurry.

I think.

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Old 05-05-2010, 06:15 PM   #23
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Hey Yooper,
I plan on brewing this, this weekend. Your ale seems like the perfect addition to the pipeline. Looking forward to it. The question I have for you is did you follow a certain water profile...say Edinburgh to enhance the maltiness of the beer? I apologize in advance if you had included it in your attachment. Thanks

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Old 05-05-2010, 06:39 PM   #24
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I've been drinking this for about a week, now, and all I can say is WOW! This is one good APA. Nice citrusy aroma, nice hop bite, well balanced by the malt. This is definitely on my repeat list!

Thanks Yooper!

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Hey Yooper,
I plan on brewing this, this weekend. Your ale seems like the perfect addition to the pipeline. Looking forward to it. The question I have for you is did you follow a certain water profile...say Edinburgh to enhance the maltiness of the beer? I apologize in advance if you had included it in your attachment. Thanks

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I didn't go for a certain profile, but I do some water calculations. Since I have very high bicarbonate water, I dilute with RO water and then use gypsum and calcium chloride to get back into range. I just use the EZ spreadsheet, so that the water is within acceptable range for the color of the beer. It's a fairly balanced sulfate/choride ration.
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I've been drinking this for about a week, now, and all I can say is WOW! This is one good APA. Nice citrusy aroma, nice hop bite, well balanced by the malt. This is definitely on my repeat list!

Thanks Yooper!

Thanks. We really love it, too. It's my idea of a session beer, I guess.
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Thanks Yooper,
My water is actually pretty good as is, my s/c ratio is more on the malty side so I adjusted it for a more of a balanced ratio. Looking forward to brewing it this sat.

Cheers

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Old 05-21-2010, 08:48 PM   #28
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I have Summit SMaSH on tap right now and I love them! Can't wait to use them again. I find them to be a lot like Cascades but softer. That was the key to them in my opinion, soft. And so very delicious.

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Old 06-05-2010, 09:56 PM   #29
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I just brewed up 5 gallons of this. I took out the hops at flame out and dropped the hops @ 30 minutes by .25 oz. I probably won't do a dry hop, either, since I plan to keg it within a week or two. Whenever it clears. This looks like a great beer, though. The wort samples tasted awesome.

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I'm doing a 10 gallon batch of this recipe this week, probably Thursday. I am in a "cascades" mood and I think it'll be the perfect late-summer beer.

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