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Old 12-24-2012, 05:13 PM   #401
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I don't have any Vienna. How would this work with 5lbs of Munich?
Probably just as well. Maybe a bit bready and slightly darker in color. Maybe up the late additions of the hops to balance it back out if you want. I think it would be fine.
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Old 12-24-2012, 08:34 PM   #402
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I was going to dry hop with 2 oz. for 5 days

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Old 12-25-2012, 12:37 AM   #403
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I was going to dry hop with 2 oz. for 5 days
I'd do longer, but it's personal preference.

I'd suggest tossing some more in late in the boil, myself, but honestly, it's going to be subtle in your change in grain. The Munich will be a nice touch I think, so don't go wild with it. Just a stronger malt profile.
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Old 12-25-2012, 03:10 AM   #404
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I don't have any Vienna. How would this work with 5lbs of Munich?
try half pilsner half munich or I would use like 2/3 pilsner 1/3 munich of your 5 #. Its about as close as you can get maybe without using vienna. I dont think I would use that much munich 5# to be close to this recipe. Not saying you may not like it, but just to be closer dont think I would use more than 3 if you dont have pilsner. I would think 2.5 and call it good with straight munich. Just my opinion.
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Old 12-25-2012, 04:11 AM   #405
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try half pilsner half munich or I would use like 2/3 pilsner 1/3 munich of your 5 #. Its about as close as you can get maybe without using vienna. I dont think I would use that much 5# to be close to this recipe. Not saying you may not like it, but just to be closer dont think I would use more than 3 if you dont have pilsner. I would think 2.5 and call it good with straight munich. Just my opinion.

I took Yoopers recipe as a base, and up'd all the malts and did my own hop schedule for a nice DIPA with a good malt back bone. I raised the munich more than the vienna, and even used maris otter for the base, which is way more flavorful and bready than 2 row.

I got the pronounced bready malt back bone, so I think he will be okay 5 # if he does a bit more in the hop schedule, it'll be a good beer, but won't be "close" to this recipe.

Yooper has a great recipe here, and she has a balanced one, but it's also a get recipe that you can tweak the additional malts a bit in any direction and have a great beer, that is what makes it so good.

That said, the pilsner idea is a great idea to divide it up if he doesn't want the really darker breadier flavor. Just be sure to do a 90 minute boil if you use the pilsner malt.
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Old 12-25-2012, 08:29 AM   #406
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Had a very nice Christmas Eve with Yopper's House Ale. Very well received by an odd and diverse crowd.

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Old 12-25-2012, 01:49 PM   #407
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Thanks.......I think patience will prevail. I 'll wait for the Vienna. Looks like a Munic SMaSH is up

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Hi,
I pulled a 9 day old sample of this and it was at 1.015, started at 1.052
Not sure if it will get much lower but I will let it sit in the primary for another 5-7 days and see.
The sample was great...I mean really great.

I tweaked the recipe based on what I had around -
4# 2 row
6# Vienna
2# Munich
.5# C40 and C80
Used Cascades and 5 minute addition of Williamette for 38 IBU
Pacman Yeast

thanks Kevin

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Old 01-04-2013, 03:39 PM   #409
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Making this tomorrow, I received a Blichmann hop rocket for Christmas, so It will be my first time using it as well. I'm thinking about putting the 5 minute and flameout additions in the hop rocket. Any thoughts?

P.S. - This will be the fourth recipe of yours I have brewed, so I know it's going to be a winner!

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Looking to brew this on Sunday, I only have a 5 gallon mt so ill drop 1/2 lb off the 2 row and 1/4 lb off the munich and vienna. Does that sound good to everyone?

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