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Old 11-04-2010, 07:38 PM   #41
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After brewing this 2x I woould say it is a beer that needs to age a bit to mellow out. I think it is best at about the 2 month mark especially when dry hopping.

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Old 12-07-2010, 11:58 PM   #42
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Does anybody have an extract recipe for dales pale ale or Tommy knocker pick axe pale ale??? Eventually I want to move on to all grain but I'm not there yet

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Old 12-14-2010, 12:40 AM   #43
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Default Possible addition of SUmmit hops?


I really taste summit hops as flavor profile in Dale's -- does anyone else think this would be a good addition? I think I would try either recipe #1 or #2 here but add some SUmmit at 30 minute mark.

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Old 12-29-2010, 02:16 PM   #44
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I made this recipe converting it accurately (from the first recipe) to a BIAB partial grain recipe - spcialty grains as they are, base of mostly 2 row with remainder made up with DME. I think it is a bit too sweet without enough of a nutty flavor. Anyone else who brewed this feel this way?

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Old 02-22-2011, 03:25 PM   #45
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Anyone ever do the BYO recipe of this beer? It was in an issue a couple years back with Russian River Vinny on the cover. As I recall, the grain bill there was MO and Carahell with 1.25 oz Northern Brewer, some Columbus, Cascade and Centennial.

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Old 08-26-2011, 04:14 PM   #46
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Hey, I just started doing a little research on a Dale's Clone and found another recipe from a guy named Craig who says he was the one who had the homebrew recipe that they used to make the original Dale's from (at least) 98'-02'.

The thread can be found here

This is one of his final posts(for 6bbl I believe):
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Here's an extract from my old spreadsheet - can't remember if I posted this before or not. It's rough - but kids, this is how I brewed Dale's when it first hit the faucets in Lyons - grain is in pounds +means number of minutes into a 90 minute boil - you'll figure out the rest I'm sure.
Dale's Pale Ale

1.062

Pale 330 432 216
SMC 30 50
Munich 26
SMC 20 26


Northern Brewer 41@6.6 +10 34.69230769 @7.8
Cascade 20 oz +65
Breakbright 50g +75
Columbus 15 oz +80
Centennial 32 oz +89

Lemme know if you like that Scotch Ale, I can help you out I'm sure...

Sadly, I personally think Oskars is on the downslide - the Corporate push has completely killed the "family" ideals of old.
But good beer is for the people, and I am ALL about that!
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From that I figure for a 5.5 gal batch:

12# Marris Otter
1.5# C30
.75# C20
.75# Munich

2 oz Nothern Brewer @80 min
.6 oz Cascade @25 min
.5 oz Columbus @10 min
1 oz Centennial @1 min

Anyway, thought I would throw that in there. Sorry to add another recipe in to one that already has 2 in it. I haven't brewed it but will do so soon. Take it as you will. If it's legit I thought it would be kinda cool.

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Old 08-29-2011, 02:43 PM   #47
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75 pounds of munich?

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Sorry, I guess I should have put 0.75 or 3/4.

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No worries, I figured you meant as much. But 75 pounds of Munich would make for a significantly different batch.

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Bringing this beast back from the dead, anyone report on any of the 3 recipes listed in here?

It looks like numero uno is the winner from the feedback.

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