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Old 07-24-2012, 05:25 PM   #471
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Yep.

I still don't the think the gravity is enough to call it an IPA though. The bitterness, yes, it fits.

Make this Beer! One of my favorite recipes to brew. I call it a Moroccan Pale Ale. Half way between America and India!
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Old 07-24-2012, 08:31 PM   #472
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Just doughed in. My first AG! Doing BIAB. Mash temp is a few degrees higher than I wanted, but I'm going to crack a Homebrew and not worry about it

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Old 07-29-2012, 07:06 PM   #473
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Finished brewing up my first batch and I am quite impressed with the aroma and taste at this point! Here's what it looked like before pitching:


Questions for those who have made this often: how long do you dry hop this? How long do you leave it on primary? BS has me putting this on secondary Thursday (4 days)...

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Old 08-03-2012, 09:46 PM   #474
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I usually leave it in primary 2 or 3 weeks and then dry hop for a week.

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I usually leave it in primary 2 or 3 weeks and then dry hop for a week.
Thanks! I moved it to secondary about 2 hours ago. Doh! It was at 1.011 and I did not want it to get too much lower. I will dry hop for the next week and then keg.
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Just kegged this. Smelled amazingly good. Like lychee and grapefruit. I had a glass of it and it tastes like grapefruit juice! Needs a lot of clarifying! Perhaps the cloudiest beer I have ever made at this stage of the game. I may fine it with gelatin in the keg if it doesn't get better after crashing it in the keg.

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Just kegged this. Smelled amazingly good. Like lychee and grapefruit. I had a glass of it and it tastes like grapefruit juice! Needs a lot of clarifying! Perhaps the cloudiest beer I have ever made at this stage of the game. I may fine it with gelatin in the keg if it doesn't get better after crashing it in the keg.
Mine has been kegged for 5 days, and this post echoes my sentiments almost exactly. It's DELICIOUS though, can't wait for another week...hopefully it clears up a little.
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Just doughed in. My first AG! Doing BIAB. Mash temp is a few degrees higher than I wanted, but I'm going to crack a Homebrew and not worry about it
That looks like an advertisement for a homebrew store recipe! Love it!
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That looks like an advertisement for a homebrew store recipe! Love it!
Yeah no kidding right! Nice!!

Dude I still have to say this is one of my all time favorites!

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I missed the mash temp (too high) and needed to add some DME, but the hydrometer sample tasted good at bottling. Should be ready for a first taste next weekend.

Glad you liked the pre-brew photo

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