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Old 08-19-2013, 10:01 PM   #31
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I also kegged my version today with some gelatin. I'm crazy sick so I didn't bother to taste test. I'll do so this weekend, perhaps.

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Old 08-23-2013, 03:11 PM   #32
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I brewed this a month ago and took the keg on a fishing trip to northern Wisconsin. Everyone loved it! I was looking for a lighter hoppy beer and this is it. Thanks for the recipe Yooper I'll be making it again.

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Old 08-23-2013, 03:22 PM   #33
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How do you think this will turn out with US-05? Does the WY1272 add that much?

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Old 08-24-2013, 04:52 AM   #34
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I brewed this with US-05. It is awesome. I can tell there is a little weirdness because I didn't use camden to kill some choramine, but that flaw isn't too bad. I really like the hop profile. Finally a great use for Amarillo! And the malt bill is nice too. Thanks for a great contribution Yooper!

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Old 08-25-2013, 08:51 PM   #35
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I brewed this a month ago and took the keg on a fishing trip to northern Wisconsin. Everyone loved it! I was looking for a lighter hoppy beer and this is it. Thanks for the recipe Yooper I'll be making it again.
Hold on! You came up to my neck of the woods, and brought a keg of this and forgot to invite me?!?!?

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How do you think this will turn out with US-05? Does the WY1272 add that much?
It'll be great with S05! It'll just be "cleaner" and not fruity, although I ferment cool anyway with 1272 and it's not particularly fruity.
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Really wanting to brew this but the HBS was out of Amarillo. What's your thought on going all in with Falconer's instead for the 15 & 1 additions? Or Falconer's for the 15 and 1 and then also add citra at 1? I think that's about as close as I'm going to get and I have a vacation day coming up this week so I'm brewing something regardless. This looks refreshing to me.

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Old 09-03-2013, 07:45 PM   #37
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Really wanting to brew this but the HBS was out of Amarillo. What's your thought on going all in with Falconer's instead for the 15 & 1 additions? Or Falconer's for the 15 and 1 and then also add citra at 1? I think that's about as close as I'm going to get and I have a vacation day coming up this week so I'm brewing something regardless. This looks refreshing to me.
It still should be good- but the amarillo is extra grapefruity and more "summer" to me.
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Old 09-23-2013, 03:39 PM   #38
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I am coming to the end of my keg of this ale. I love this stuff. I also love that you chose Falconer's Flight as one of the hops to add to this one. That is one of my favorite hop choices and I don't see it used enough in the recipes here. FF packs an awesome semi-sweet citrus punch and I can't get enough of it.

Williams brewing is having a sale on malt extract and I'm going to do this one again. Instead of using grains, this time I'm going to treat myself to 8 pounds of Pale extract and turn this one into one of those 15-minute-boil-deals. Calculations suggest that a half ounce of warrior (subbed for magnum) and a full ounce of flavorful Falconer's Flight added at the beginning of a 15 minute boil will provide the appropriate bitterness. And the rest of the hops are left as is! Yum Yum, gimme sum!

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As I noted earlier. I enjoyed Yooper's original recipe. I brewed it again (sort of). I had 8 pounds of William's Belgian Pale extract bought when it was on sale. This extract is 90% Belgian two row malt, and 10% Belgian malted wheat. So it will not have the character from the crystal malts in the original... but it also took no effort to do this 15 minute boil extract pale ale.

6 gallons of drinking water + 1/2 campden tab + 5 grams of gypsum + a vigorous boil
8 pounds Belgian Pale Liquid extract
0.5 oz Warrior (15.8%) (15 min)
1 oz Amarillo (6.9%) (15 min)
1 oz Falconer’s Flight (14.4%) (15 min)
0.5 oz Falconer’s Flight (14.4%) (1 min + 20 min Steep)
0.5 oz Amarillo (6.9%) (1 min + 20 min Steep)
0.5 oz Falconer’s Flight (14.4%) (Dry Hop)
0.5 oz Amarillo HOH (6.9%) (Dry Hop)

Beer was around 1.050 og and IBUS are calculated out to around 38. I really like the falconer's flight hops!

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Bottled 10 gallons of this as written last night. 5 gallons with wyeast 1217 and 5 with 1272. Hydro samples taste very promising. Thanks OP for the recipe

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