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Old 02-27-2009, 06:41 PM   #11
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Old 04-20-2009, 03:43 AM   #12
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could i use notty as the yeast for this beer and have it come out close to what you've masterfully created?

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Old 04-20-2009, 07:58 PM   #13
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could i use notty as the yeast for this beer and have it come out close to what you've masterfully created?
I fear Notty will ferment this down far too dry; if I were pressed to use a dry yeast, I'd opt for US-04 or (gasp! ) Windsor.
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Old 04-20-2009, 10:48 PM   #14
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no worries, just trying to save some $$ on buying yeast.

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Old 04-21-2009, 02:20 AM   #15
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What's wrong with Windsor? I like Windsor, in its place. This is that place, if any place is.

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What's wrong with Windsor? I like Windsor, in its place. This is that place, if any place is.

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Why, nothin' at all! I was just havin' a poke at the Windsor naysayers.

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Why, nothin' at all! I was just havin' a poke at the Windsor naysayers.

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you? poke fun or people? I don't buy it.
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fly ---
what size recipe is this for? at one place it says 5 gallons and at another it says 6. Given how much water you use (7.87 gallons) lends me to think it's for a 6 since it's only a 60 minute boil, but i just want to make sure.

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what size recipe is this for? at one place it says 5 gallons and at another it says 6. Given how much water you use (7.87 gallons) lends me to think it's for a 6 since it's only a 60 minute boil, but i just want to make sure.
Hey Donner,

Sorry for the confusion here. For my system, I aim for 8 gallons preboil with 6 gallons chilled. I assume a loss of .5 gallons to the kettle and another .5 gallons to the trub. Gives me a total of 5 gallons of finished product.

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thanks. No big confusion. I just want to make sure i understand since this will be my second solo all grain.

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