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Old 07-14-2010, 12:23 PM   #41
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I was thinking of doing this using the Brew in a Bag method. Any suggestions that may stray from normal All Grain methods?
I've never done BIAB, so I'm not sure of the differences. Probably nothing major, and this recipe should work well with any techniques.
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Old 07-17-2010, 06:38 AM   #42
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Brewed: 6/5/10
Kegged: 7/2/10
Tapped: 7/16/10

In a word, dang Yoop, darn tasty APA. Followed your recipe with the exception of replacing MO with US 2-row. Thanks - I'll definitely brew again to have on hand for when certain people from Michigan migrate to the Southwest in winter to drink home brew!

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Old 07-17-2010, 12:43 PM   #43
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Brewed: 6/5/10
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In a word, dang Yoop, darn tasty APA. Followed your recipe with the exception of replacing MO with US 2-row. Thanks - I'll definitely brew again to have on hand for when certain people from Michigan migrate to the Southwest in winter to drink home brew!

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I'm glad you liked it as much as we do! Bob just loves it. Right now, I have two kegs from a 10 gallon batch. One I dryhopped with cascade, one I dryhopped with amarillo. They are both good, but a bit different so it's like having two different beers. Bob prefers the amarillo dryhopped one, but not by much!
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Old 07-17-2010, 05:08 PM   #44
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I have 10G fermenting in the basement ...can't get much below 66 deg, but I am sure it will be a good one. My second batch mashed at 155, but I sparged w/160 ... not sure what diff that will make, if any. OG was 1048

BTW - Had a Dead Guy last night (they just started serving it) and I then found Yooper's recipe .. looks too easy. Don't think I will be able to ferment very low, but I def am looking forward to getting this one kegged and ready by about labor day

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Old 07-17-2010, 07:24 PM   #45
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I am going to dry hop my 3rd batch batch of this stuff today. So far I have done it with either all Cascade or all Amarillo. Dry hopping with Amarillo sounds interesting.

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Old 08-04-2010, 11:41 PM   #46
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I have kegged (5 days ago) ...

does this beer have a cloudy appearance ? I did no secondary...

I Vourlaufed twice...not sure what would contibute the cloudiness...I mashed at 157..OG = 1054..the boil was not that vigorous ..

Admittedly, It is only 4 weeks old...taste has improved over the last 3 days..I like it.

comments on haze ?

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Probably some chill haze and yeast still in suspension. Use irish moss or similar, boil hard, and have enough calcium.

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Bottled my first batch today after three weeks primary-only. FG was right on the money at 1.010, and the leftovers in the bottling bucket tasted great; the Cascades really came through.

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I'm glad you liked it as much as we do! Bob just loves it. Right now, I have two kegs from a 10 gallon batch. One I dryhopped with cascade, one I dryhopped with amarillo. They are both good, but a bit different so it's like having two different beers. Bob prefers the amarillo dryhopped one, but not by much!
Gonna have to try this one. Thanks for sharing.
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Good feedback at "bring a brew" session at LHBS .. one person said "I have never heard of Da Yooper" (!)

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