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Old 06-11-2010, 08:58 PM   #31
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I just tasted this for the first time and it was great. I think it's one of the best beers I've ever brewed, I'll definitely be brewing this again.
I ended up brewing it on April 30th, the day my niece was born. So, I named it KendAle after her.

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Old 06-24-2010, 05:55 PM   #32
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I'm dry hopping now. I'll post back once I've kegged and allowed to condition for a few weeks.

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Old 07-04-2010, 11:16 PM   #33
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Has anyone done this with Nottingham (which I have) or should I stick with S-05 ?

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Old 07-04-2010, 11:21 PM   #34
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Has anyone done this with Nottingham (which I have) or should I stick with S-05 ?
I'm sure I've done it with nottingham in the past. If you can ferment it under 68 degrees (preferable even cooler), then I think it'll turn out great. If it's going to hit 70 or a bit higher, then the S05 would be the way to go. In my opinion, nottingham gets a very nasty taste if fermented over about 70-72 degrees but at cool temperatures it's very clean and lager-like.

Funny you posted this today- we just got home from vacation, and I had a keg of this carbing up while we were gone. I just pulled the first pint from this, and I remembered how much I loved it! It's really good.
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Old 07-05-2010, 05:39 PM   #35
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I just did this on Saturday and have a version bottled but I used all Amarillo's. I like it but I think I like the all Cascade version better

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[QUOTE=YooperBrew;2144396]I'm sure I've done it with nottingham in the past. If you can ferment it under 68 degrees (preferable even cooler), then I think it'll turn out great. If it's going to hit 70 or a bit higher, then the S05 would be the way to go. In my opinion, nottingham gets a very nasty taste if fermented over about 70-72 degrees but at cool temperatures it's very clean and lager-like.

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Just ordered the ingredients...along with the s-05.....I have been fermenting Notty at 68 ... do u think a lower temp is better ? (I am using the tim-honored fermenter-in-a-muck bucket method and athe aquarium heater in the basement...I am sure I can get down to 62-64, even in the summer.

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Just ordered the ingredients...along with the s-05.....I have been fermenting Notty at 68 ... do u think a lower temp is better ? (I am using the tim-honored fermenter-in-a-muck bucket method and athe aquarium heater in the basement...I am sure I can get down to 62-64, even in the summer.
Yes, in my opinion Nottingham is better at a lower temperature. The S05 is fine at 66-68, but notty seems better at 60-22.
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what is your water calculation (how may qts / pound ?)

Is 12 qts ok for mash, and 12 qts for sparge ?

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what is your water calculation (how may qts / pound ?)

Is 12 qts ok for mash, and 12 qts for sparge ?
I have been doing 1.5 quarts/pound for the mash, and then sparging to get my boil volume. My boil volume is 7 gallons now (in my newer system) so I think I'd have a bit more for a sparge than you.
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Yoop,

I was thinking of doing this using the Brew in a Bag method. Any suggestions that may stray from normal All Grain methods?

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