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Old 01-14-2010, 11:25 PM   #51
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I just racked this out of primary today (I brewed it on Dec 20 th) and was thinking about dry hopping it. Amarillo maybe????
I can vouch for that. I dry-hopped this recipe with 1 oz of Amarillo for 1 week and it was DEEE-licious! It went too damn fast though...guess I'll have to brew up another batch.
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Old 01-18-2010, 03:45 AM   #52
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Hey guys, trying to brew up a 2.5 gal. extract batch so that I'm able to do a full boil in my small pot. I was wondering if anyone had the extract clone recipe that they could then input into a brewing formula program to get the numbers. Wish I had one of the programs myself, so thanks so much for any help that anyone can give! Also, is there a way to figure out a 2.5 gal. recipe from a 5 gal.? I'm assuming that you can't just cut it in half, at least for the hops.

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Old 01-19-2010, 07:07 PM   #53
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Help second batch all grain , pick everything and got 04 white labs yeast it is a Irish ale .Will this be ok or should I get something else???? Just starting to mash Thanks great website

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Help second batch all grain , pick everything and got 04 white labs yeast it is a Irish ale .Will this be ok or should I get something else???? Just starting to mash Thanks great website
Probably too late but you'll be just fine.
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it's decent and for the most part drinkable, but it just tastes like homebrew.
Homebrew tastes good, though...
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i have williamette, us goldings, and hersbrucker.....

which one would be a good substitute?

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Hmmm...well you're entitled to your opinion. I guess I should have qualified that by saying that it tastes like less-than-high-quality homebrew. Anyhow, turns out that my thermometer was a POS and was giving me higher than accurate readings. Therefore, I was mashing too low and the beer was coming out WAY too dry. Used a new thermometer for my last batch and problem solved!
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bueller?

"i have williamette, us goldings, and hersbrucker.....

which one would be a good substitute?"

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"i have williamette, us goldings, and hersbrucker.....

which one would be a good substitute?"
Unfortunately, none of those will get you an SNPA-like beer. Will and goldings are great for English pale ales and hersbrucker is a noble hop.

Try to get your hands on one of the American hops like Cascade, Centennial or Amarillo.

If you can't go ahead and use the goldings for bittering and the Will fro late additions. you'll end up with a nice English pale ale.
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fair enough. thanks!

i just bought a pound each of those three, so I can't buy any more hops until those are gone. aka, next year, lol

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