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Old 04-11-2010, 02:09 AM   #21
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Sorry to revive this thread, but is there any chance you could post the recipe in Beersmith (.bsm) format? I just listened to Jamil's amber ale show from the archive and really want to put yours in my lineup.

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Old 04-11-2010, 09:24 PM   #23
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Many thanks, Yooper. Looking forward to making this one.

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Old 04-11-2010, 11:32 PM   #24
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Well, while I was posting that BSM file, I got a hankering for this recipe myself. I'm going to brew tomorrow! I just made my starter, and will make this tomorrow about noon. Thanks for reminding me how much I loved this beer!

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Old 04-12-2010, 04:23 PM   #25
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I finally have the stuff together for this one, Yoop, can I use pacman on this ya think? Or just use SA05 instead? Those are my choices.. well also 1056 or 1968 but ? Can't find Denny's...

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Old 04-13-2010, 01:06 AM   #26
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Sure! That will work just fine. I have to tell you, though, that I grabbed a saved vial of Denny's for this- it really is awesome! Sure, the well-attenuating American ale yeast strains will work well. But this beer is so balanced, even with 5 ounces of hops, that the Denny's strain works even better!

After you asked for the BSM file, I ran and made a starter using the Denny's Favorite strain. I brewed this today, and drank the hydrometer sample. lschiavo stopped over, and drank the dregs of the sample (complete with a piece of cascade leaf hop) and agreed it was good! This baby is GOOD!

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I was just at the nat. craftbrew expo in chicago and there were many families of hop growers there. This wonderfully nice lady from Hops union (I think it was) gave me 3# of hops and cascade and centennial were two of them of em' (I think warrior was the 3rd - I was a afraid to take them on the plane so I UPS'd them home - was afraid the TSA would ask me for the appropriate papers - er, they are hops... right... )) So anyhow I'll be at least partially fresh hop wise here. Is the eff. in the bsm file the real eff you reached and are the OG/FG, mash sched, and carb all actual? (I ask cause some people leave all that to default)

Thanks, psyched to brew this!

Now I'm finding Denny's fav all over the place, duh... I'm going to go for that, it should get here by the weekend

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Old 04-13-2010, 12:18 PM   #28
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Yes, that BSM file is from the batch I brewed in October. I don't know why my efficiency was so low, but it turned out so well that I wanted to hit that OG again yesterday! Those were my mash temperatures, and the notes were from that brewday as well, concerning water and recipe changes.

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I've got this in my Beerflix queue.

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Brewed this morning, smells and looks wonderful!! Er, I left it at 66% and I overshot the OG, landed at 1.066 - oh well, next time I'll scale the grain down for about 74% eff...

It is to bed at 65F with a 1.5l Liter starter of Denny's fav... I'll report back in about 2 mos.

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