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Old 09-24-2012, 02:47 PM   #381
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Just ordered the ingredients for this and hope to brew it in the next couple of weeks. That is, after I brew a double batch of Yoopers oatmeal stout! That stuff is super tummy!

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Old 09-24-2012, 03:04 PM   #382
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I'll go back to say this is a great base recipe. It's been 2 weeks since I brewed it, mine is still in primary. Decided to leave it longer, because I'm lazy, and because I did make this bigger, somewhere near 7.5-8%.

Smells great still, and I'll be racking to keg this week if I get time before vacation. Bottling two batches tonight or tomorrow, so I'll have 2 kegs empty for some goodies!

Oh, and a comment on the krausen.. Mine was wild... it would rise and fall, and stayed around for a long time.. Longer than I expected.. then one day, I walked in and it was completely gone, and just a few bubbles on top. Mines cleared up really nice, so I'm thinking I might just put it in the keg from the primary, and dry hop in there with some whole leaf.

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Old 11-12-2012, 08:29 AM   #383
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Brewed this as my very first all grain about a month ago, couldn't wait any longer to taste one (was in bottle only for a week). This turned out AMAZING! I think my next brew will be another batch of this so I don't run out.

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Old 11-25-2012, 11:42 PM   #384
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Brewed this up today. Needed a good pale ale recipe to try out the Falconers Flight hops I had and decided on yours because I always seem to enjoy your recipes - always a nice balance of maltiness & bitterness! I used Magnum for the bittering addition and Falconers Flight for the rest of the additions. I'm using PacMan for my yeast because it's what I had and I really like it. Missed my OG by a point, but oh well, no big deal! The sample I pulled for the gravity reading smelled amazing...think I'm going to like these hops!

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Old 11-26-2012, 01:15 AM   #385
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You'll love it with the FF hops. I did this beer as an IPA with all FF in the last 25 min (hop bursted to about 70 IBU). Bumped it to 1.068 and used 2 packs of US05. but i kept all the grains in the same ratio.

Mashed a little high so it did not dry out quite as much as I wanted. Even so, this one was a huge hit with my dad and cousin. Had to beat them with a stick so I could get some of it.

I'm with you. I have yet to try a Yooper recipe that is not just out of this world. Her FYB is a hit with my BMC friends.

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Old 11-26-2012, 03:30 AM   #386
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Hi all,

I'm pretty new to brewing beer. I live in a NYC apartment, so I'm limited to 3 gallon batches in my small space. There are only a few 3 gallon recipes out there, and I am forced to convert, and with as little experience as I have, it's always a bit of a gamble. I don't have the most efficient setup so I usually have to add more grain than I would in a straight conversion. I order everything by mail so I try to round things to lbs unless I know I can use the leftovers in my next batch. Given that, I made a few changes to the recipe for my circumstances. I'll post in a few weeks to let you all know how it turns out. I'm really excited to try this!

3.6 pounds pale malt
2 pounds Vienna malt
1.5 pounds Munich malt
1 pound crystal 15L
.6 ounce Cascade 60 minutes
.5 ounce cascade 30 minutes
.6 ounce Cascade 10 minutes
.3 ounce cascade 5 minutes
.3 ounce cascade flameout
.6 ounce cascade (dryhop)

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Old 11-27-2012, 12:13 AM   #387
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Yooper - we brewed 10gal back in September and it came out great! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

I've scrolled through these pages looking for a clonish BIAB recipe for this beer as I am heading home for 3 weeks over Christmas and I want to brew this with a buddy of mine. Since he only does extract and BIAB, I need to sort out how to get a smilarish recipe.
I saw, way, way back on this thread a PM recipe, but I am unsure if that grain bill is usable as BIAB as I have never brewed extract or BIAB and I am unsure of the conversion aspect of BIAB:

4.39 lb Light Dry Extract (8.0 SRM) Dry Extract 48.97 %
1.49 lb Pale Malt, Maris Otter (3.0 SRM) Grain 16.62 %
1.45 lb Munich Malt - 20L (20.0 SRM) Grain 16.24 %
0.90 lb Vienna Malt (3.5 SRM) Grain 10.04 %
0.36 lb Caramel/Crystal Malt - 20L (20.0 SRM) Grain 4.06 %
0.36 lb Caramel/Crystal Malt - 60L (60.0 SRM) Grain 4.06 %

Does anyone want to jump in and let me know how I can go about getting a similar malt profile in a BIA recipe?
We have a bunch of homegrown cascade hops that we are going to use. And I plan on using White Labs 008 (East Coast Ale) strain on this version as we'll be brewing on the East Coast (NJ Shore) while using East Coast grown hops. And I reckon we might just call it FUSandy.

Thanks in advance.

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For biab you use the same grain bill, you just mash in a bag instead. If he can't mash that amount of grain, then you would need to go partial mash.

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For biab you use the same grain bill, you just mash in a bag instead. If he can't mash that amount of grain, then you would need to go partial mash.
Yes, that's basically all there is to it. A BIAB will have different volumes, perhaps, if he's doing no-sparge or something like that, but overall the recipe is the same. If he can only mash a portion of the fermentables, then using DME for the pale malt (in a 1 pound = .6 pound DME ratio) would work great.
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Thanks, folks. That was much simpler than I anticipated!

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