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Old 03-02-2014, 02:49 AM   #11
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Nice. Let us know how it goes. I'm brewing a red ale with Columbus and Mosaic tomorrow morning. Great minds hop alike apparently.



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Brewday went good. I ended up making a change and using conan since i had been stepping it up from a heady and had it ready. Should turn out good . I may end up trying it with 1056 next time.
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Old 03-02-2014, 09:43 AM   #12
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I'm thinking that's going to be amazing with Conan. I brewed with that stuff for a while after a friend from the NE sent me some Headies. It always made great beer.

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I'm thinking that's going to be amazing with Conan. I brewed with that stuff for a while after a friend from the NE sent me some Headies. It always made great beer.

Im hoping it plays well with the mosaic and doesnt mask it. I want the full mosaic potential but i guess we will see shortly.
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What would you think about making this with Golden Promise instead of MO? They're pretty similar right? I love mosaic and have 1/2 lb in the freezer so I think this may be my next brew. Thanks!

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What would you think about making this with Golden Promise instead of MO? They're pretty similar right? I love mosaic and have 1/2 lb in the freezer so I think this may be my next brew. Thanks!
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Can't wait! I've got a house IPA that uses Chinook for bittering then late additions of Chinook and Mosaic (both are in the dry hop as well) but it will be nice to see what the Mosaic is like all on its own. Cheers!
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Can't wait! I've got a house IPA that uses Chinook for bittering then late additions of Chinook and Mosaic (both are in the dry hop as well) but it will be nice to see what the Mosaic is like all on its own. Cheers!
I've never used Golden Promise myself, but I hear good things and I'm sure it will make a tasty beer. Chinook and Mosaic sounds like a really killer combo. Probably going to rack my Columbus/Mosaic Red Ale type-thing onto some keg hops tonight (more Columbus and Mosaic). Hopefully I'll be tasting its goodness next week.

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Bottled this recipe today, messed up my yeast hydration and ended up using nottingham because I had some leftover. Smells AMAZING. Really looking forward to this beer!

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Did a variation of this recipe on Saturday - did 11 lbs of Maris Otter, 1 oz Mosaic at 60 and 1 oz at knockout and did a 20 min hopstand. Should come out somewhere around 45 IBUs with the AAs I had. Pitched 800 mL starter of Wyeast 1272 American Ale II on it. Fermenting away at 68 in my basement and smells like a winner already. Gonna dry hop it with 2 more ounces soon.

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Just pulled my first pint of this and it is delicious. First brewday with my new grain crusher, efficiency shot way up so I hit OG of 1.066, not what I intended but a great beer.

Thanks for the recipe will brew again.

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