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Old 01-14-2013, 01:15 AM   #431
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Has anyone brewed this with centennial in place of cascade?

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Old 01-24-2013, 08:57 PM   #432
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I just picked up the stuff to make a partial mash of this on Saturday, and a couple extra better bottles as they were bogo.
I am going to use
3lb vienna
2lb munich
1/2lb each of caramel 20 and 60L
3lb light muntons dme

us-05
I am going to follow the original hop sched. in the first post.
This will be only my second brew outside of the Mr. Beer.
I am already $300 deep in equipment and ingredients and my first batch isnt even done fermenting.

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Old 01-26-2013, 11:33 PM   #433
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Well it is in the fermenter ended up at 1.055, I'm probably almost a quart low on water though in the fermenter. Will update with results asap. I substituted .5 oz here there for centennial while hopping.

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Old 01-27-2013, 02:29 AM   #434
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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
This is a a great beer -
Next time I will try to up the IBU to 40-42 if I have enough hops but as is... it is still great as is and perfectly balanced.



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Old 02-02-2013, 04:17 AM   #435
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I wanted to brew this up tomorrow but I haven't made a starter. I have the grain for a 6 gallon batch and a packet of nottingham. I've brewed with nottingham before with no starter and things went fine....but those were all 5 gallon batches. I also have a vial of English ale yeast on hand. The nearest LHBS is 40 miles away and I'd hate to go there if not needed. I'm debating on pitching both yeasts I have together.

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Old 02-02-2013, 04:32 AM   #436
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I wanted to brew this up tomorrow but I haven't made a starter. I have the grain for a 6 gallon batch and a packet of nottingham. I've brewed with nottingham before with no starter and things went fine....but those were all 5 gallon batches. I also have a vial of English ale yeast on hand. The nearest LHBS is 40 miles away and I'd hate to go there if not needed. I'm debating on pitching both yeasts I have together.
Notty will be fine for 6 gallons. I like to keep notty down in the lower sixties.
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Old 02-02-2013, 05:07 AM   #437
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Notty will be fine for 6 gallons. I like to keep notty down in the lower sixties.
Great. Thanks!
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Old 02-04-2013, 01:27 PM   #438
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With us-05 I am down to 1.010 after 8 days at 66* and it is going to be veeerrry drinkable.

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Has anyone brewed this with centennial in place of cascade?
I used some centennial recently. Was just trying to get rid of some hops in the fridge, so I did:

.75 oz Columbus @ 60
.25 oz Columbus @ 10
.5 oz Centennial @ 5
.5 oz Centennial @ flameout

Although I'm still dryhopping with an oz of Cascade. I'll let you know how it turns out!
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It'll work for most any hop that you like honestly.

The grist is really good, and I made it a while back with just Falconers Flight 7C's and it was great.

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