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Old 04-02-2013, 12:28 AM   #141
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I'm brewing this on Saturday. I've never used flaked corn or Rye before. I took a look at the recipe this was based on and it mentions a 90 minute mash. Is that the case here, or is this a 60 minute mash?

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Old 04-02-2013, 12:30 AM   #142
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I think I've always just done a 60 with it.

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Old 04-02-2013, 12:32 AM   #143
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OK - thanks. Looking forward to this.

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Old 04-03-2013, 07:33 PM   #144
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This is my first try at this recipe. I have a few yeast choices here. Maybe someone has had good/bad experiences with any of these? I'm going to get a starter going tonight.

I have Rogue PacMan, San Diego Super Yeast, Notty, Wyeast English Ale, Wyeast Irish Ale, and SF Lager yeast.

I'm leaning towards the PacMan at this point.

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I'd love to hear how it is with pac man.

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1. Love the current avatar.

2. I will brew this next.

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I'd love to hear how it is with pac man.
Pacman it is. I love Pacman so I'm anticipating good things.
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Pacman it is. I love Pacman so I'm anticipating good things.
I made my first batch of this last summer using pacman. I made 20 gallons of it for my brothers wedding that was on a farm in Kentucky. Everyone loved it. I am making another batch of it this weekend for a brew festival in Maryland where it will be given out, along with 20 other homebrews, for sampling.
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I made my first batch of this last summer using pacman. I made 20 gallons of it for my brothers wedding that was on a farm in Kentucky. Everyone loved it. I am making another batch of it this weekend for a brew festival in Maryland where it will be given out, along with 20 other homebrews, for sampling.
I forgot to mention that I am also going to substitute midnight wheat for the black patent on this batch.
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I think you all need to send me samples of your "experiments" with my recipe. Especially since my last batch turned out like crap, and I'll probably dump the keg soon, since it has that "stone fruit" flavor that you sometimes get with us-o5

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