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Old 07-18-2011, 11:06 PM   #11
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Anyone willing to convert this one into extract? I can do a full boil, if that matters. This is one of my favorite PAs.
I don't think you can buy maris otter in an extract. But if there was an "English" type extract, you could use that. Generally, 1 pound base-malt = .75 pounds LME. So, for about 10 pounds marris otter, you could use 7.5 of an English LME if you could find it.
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Old 07-19-2011, 04:00 PM   #12
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If you can do a full volume boil make the small jump and brew it BIAB, just need a big bag.

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Old 10-22-2011, 10:38 PM   #13
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Bump. Just moved a batch of this from the primary to a keg for dry hop/conditioning. FG measured out at 1.008, and the sample tasted awesome. I brewed on 10/8/11, so 14 days on primary. (The recipe calls for 4 days primary @ 67, 10 days secondary @ 67. I decided to let it sit longer in the primary because I was fermenting at 63-64 degrees and because I am lazy. Fermentation took off and seemed done by day 4, but no need to rush.)

Thanks for the great recipe, can't wait to drink this!

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Old 12-15-2011, 01:05 AM   #14
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So, copyright, how'd this treat you?

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Old 12-15-2011, 02:04 AM   #15
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So, copyright, how'd this treat you?
It was great. Keg is kicked already. I've been making bottles from things I've kegged and taking them to a Sunday football get together, and this one has been a crowd favorite. These are from mostly BMC types! (It's great getting comments from folks suggesting I should open up a brewpub.)

Anyway, it's definitely on the re-brew list. (According to BeerSmith, I made this with 1/2 2 row, 1/2 MO, used S-04 yeast...but I thought I remembered doing this all with MO...maybe I was trying to use up some 2 Row.)
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so........ how did it turn out?


and DAYUM! i had no idea you needed so much cascade!

i have 2.0 cascade, and 2.0 centennial for my 5 gal batch.
looks like i need to put it off a week and get more!

the LHBS is charging (sit down now guys) $4.50 AN ONCE for cascades. thats 18 bucks for 4 oz, 2 cascade, 2 centennial.

i dont think i can afford to brew pales
You can buy Cascade for $11 per pound at Hop Shack: http://www.hopsshack.com/store/HP1031.html. Of course, if you are like me, you end up doing a couple $70 orders for various hops on sale since the extra shipping cost per pound is minimal. For example, Columbus @ $7 and Galena @ $7.59. By the time I was done, I bought 2# cascade, 2# Galena, 1# Brewers Gold, 2# Williamette, 2# Nugget, 2# Spalt Select, 1# Centennail and 2# Columbus. OUCH.
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You can buy Cascade for $11 per pound at Hop Shack: http://www.hopsshack.com/store/HP1031.html. Of course, if you are like me, you end up doing a couple $70 orders for various hops on sale since the extra shipping cost per pound is minimal. For example, Columbus @ $7 and Galena @ $7.59. By the time I was done, I bought 2# cascade, 2# Galena, 1# Brewers Gold, 2# Williamette, 2# Nugget, 2# Spalt Select, 1# Centennail and 2# Columbus. OUCH.
+1 for hopsshack. I bought 4 lbs from them and they are great. Called me to confirm everything and they have amazing deals.
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Gonna brew this up this weekend for the big brew day... need a nice light beer in place of all the heavy hitters I have been making... Looking forward to it! Thanks for the recipe

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