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Old 05-19-2013, 01:33 AM   #591
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I just finished brewing that beer. AG version.
I think I screwed up with grain selection a little. I ended up with a doppelbock color and a 1.069 OG
I used 1lbs of Caramunich III. I think I should have use type I instead for a lighter color.
I rehydrate some safale s05 in 1L DME and just pitch it at 64F, I plan on fermenting it at that temperature.
It is pretty Hoppy, My GF face was worth $1000 when she tasted the sample, just before adding the yeast.
Hopefully the Alcohol with smooth down the hopiness, or Ill have a nice IPA. IBU must be over 50 my perle was stronger than the recipe
Ended up with a mash Ph of 5.6 and a chloride/sulfate ratio of 2.04 for enhance maltiness.

I never tasted the dead man ale so I will have noting to refer to

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It's my 3rd AG and first amber ale. The next 30 days will feel like a lifetime.

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Old 05-21-2013, 01:46 PM   #593
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I am a big fan of Dead Guy and Arrogant Bastard. I've got both kegged/on-tap right now.

Mixing the two is amazing, the maltiness of DG with the Chinook bite in AB.

This left me to consider brewing a Dead Bastard, the malt bill for DG with the hop schedule of AB.

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Old 05-21-2013, 01:50 PM   #594
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I am a big fan of Dead Guy and Arrogant Bastard. I've got both kegged/on-tap right now.

Mixing the two is amazing, the maltiness of DG with the Chinook bite in AB.

This left me to consider brewing a Dead Bastard, the malt bill for DG with the hop schedule of AB.
That sounds really good to me!
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Old 05-22-2013, 03:24 PM   #595
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I am a big fan of Dead Guy and Arrogant Bastard. I've got both kegged/on-tap right now.

Mixing the two is amazing, the maltiness of DG with the Chinook bite in AB.

This left me to consider brewing a Dead Bastard, the malt bill for DG with the hop schedule of AB.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^yes, this sounds like a great idea! Truly a roguish notion!
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Old 06-18-2013, 02:56 AM   #596
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Well I wanted to try this recipe , but while I was grinding my grains I kind of got carried away and before I knew it I milled the whole pound of crystal in with the others instead of just half a pound . I'm brewing the extract recipe, any suggestions on trying to balance it out?

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Old 06-23-2013, 06:06 PM   #597
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sounds like a good beer i will have to give this a try this weekend

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Old 08-17-2013, 03:48 AM   #598
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I just realized that in the last recipe (AG) I did at home, I made some changes, and I think it made it better. Here it is:Attachment 4778
Is this version still your preferred recipe?

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Yeah Yooper, have you done this brew lately? Any tweaks?

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I haven't made it in ages. I made it at least 10 times as written, and wouldn't change it though.

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