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Old 02-09-2013, 10:38 PM   #161
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I bet it would be delicious. More of an IPA than a SNPA clone because of the higher AA, but the late additions of Simcoe would make for a delicious and flavorful IPA. Might be good to bump up the malt some to balance it out.

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Old 02-09-2013, 11:00 PM   #162
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I think I'm going to just sub out the late cascade addition with simcoe and dry hop with it to keep the ibu's down a tad

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Old 02-10-2013, 10:37 PM   #163
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FWIW: I Went with:

10# 2 row
1# 60L
1/2# Flaked Barley

1/2 oz perle @ 60
1 oz cascade @ 30
1/2 oz cascade @ 25
1 oz Simcoe @ flameout
1/2 oz cacade @ flame out

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Old 02-11-2013, 03:19 PM   #164
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FWIW: I Went with:

10# 2 row
1# 60L
1/2# Flaked Barley

1/2 oz perle @ 60
1 oz cascade @ 30
1/2 oz cascade @ 25
1 oz Simcoe @ flameout
1/2 oz cacade @ flame out

Pacmac yeast
Nice! When I saw your first post asking about adding Simcoe, my first thought was at flameout or dry-hop.

My house pale ale is based on this beer. It's a malleable recipe. You can play around a bit with different malts and hops, and still get a very nice beer out of it.
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Old 02-11-2013, 09:52 PM   #165
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FWIW: I Went with:

10# 2 row
1# 60L
1/2# Flaked Barley

1/2 oz perle @ 60
1 oz cascade @ 30
1/2 oz cascade @ 25
1 oz Simcoe @ flameout
1/2 oz cacade @ flame out

Pacmac yeast
When you add the final hops at flame out how much time to you wait prior to chilling the wort? I have not used Simcoe for flame out hops before so I am curious to see what the results might be like.
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A few min. Just enough to get the kettle moved across the garage and the hose set up for the chiller.

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10# 2 row
1# 60L
1/2# Flaked Barley

1/2 oz perle @ 60
1 oz cascade @ 30
1/2 oz cascade @ 25
1 oz Simcoe @ flameout
1/2 oz cacade @ flame out

Pacmac yeast
What size batch is this designed for? 5, 5.5, 6, 8 or 10 gallons? I might assume around 10 gallons to keep it session style but wanted ask what you did.
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Old 02-12-2013, 12:45 PM   #168
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Sorry, left out that detail. 5.5 Gal @ 75% eff

OG: 1.053

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Old 04-01-2013, 01:55 PM   #169
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Brewed this saturday. Split it with half safale 04 and the other half 05.

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Quick question. I brewed this one back at the tail end of January and just got around to bottling it a couple of weeks ago. This is only my 4th or 5th brew so go gentle on me on the next bit. I harvested yeast from SNPA bottles and made a starter with that. Stepped up just fine and pitched it. Fermented completely (OG of 1.040 (missed it because this was my first go at AG. I've since learned from my mistakes and could probably hit it dead on) with an FG of 1.010) and got 3.94% ABV. Now comes the parts I'm not too sure about. Decided to put it out in my garage for a couple of days before bottling (ambient temp of about 45*F) to psuedo cold crash it (first try at it, just seeing how it worked out) then bottled it. When I was bottling, I noticed it had carbonation in it (I'm guessing because of the lower temp = dissolving some CO2 into the solution). Still added my priming sugar to get 2.4 Vols. Opened one today and this is my best carbonation job yet. But the flavor is kinda fruity. I'm not sure if it was the harvested yeast which I believe, from what I've read, is just 1056 or some part of my process. Still a great beer but not what I was expecting. Is that normal or did I screw up somewhere?

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