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Old 12-03-2012, 02:44 AM   #311
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I'd like to give this recipe a shot this weekend, but I'm going to have to attempt it with a little bit different grains, due to availability. Would any of these be viable replacements? I tried doing some L to SRM calculations, and ordered the following grains:

Briess Chocolate Malt
Thomas Fawcett Pale Chocolate Malt
Briess Caramel Malt 60L
Bairds Medium Crystal Malt

I'm also going to have to use GWM Northwest Pale Ale Malt in place of Maris Otter, not sure if that will change the above recommendation.

Which combination would you recommend? I'm not planning to use all of them, but I ordered a few pounds of each so I would have the option of choosing.

Thanks!
I would go with the Baird's crystal and the Briess chocolate. If you can get an English chocolate (not pale), use that. You might add 10% more chocolate to get closer to the color of the original...Briess chocolate is obnoxiously light.
I like English specialty malts quite a bit more than Briess, across the board.

I see no problem with the base malt swap.
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:38 AM   #312
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I would go with the Baird's crystal and the Briess chocolate. If you can get an English chocolate (not pale), use that. You might add 10% more chocolate to get closer to the color of the original...Briess chocolate is obnoxiously light.
I like English specialty malts quite a bit more than Briess, across the board.

I see no problem with the base malt swap.
Thanks for your reply. I did exactly your recommendation. I'm excited to see how this one turns out!
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Old 12-05-2012, 08:31 PM   #313
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This is awesome.

Almost a month old here. I did force carb some 2 liters at 12 days....i think those tasted a little better, nice and "fruity". The chocolate seems to come out a little more now. Delicious.

I never topped off with water, so this is a little stronger.
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Old 12-07-2012, 02:55 PM   #314
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I just tried this one. Can't wait to see how it turns out. Ended up at 1.042 OG and 24 IBUs. Hope I taste the Notty at that gravity. I'll definitely try again to try and hit the lower gravity.

Thanks for the recipe Orfy.

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Old 12-15-2012, 05:53 PM   #315
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Brewing 10 gallon batch now!

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Old 12-20-2012, 07:23 PM   #316
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I got all the ingredients for this brew last week but won’t be able to brew until tomorrow (12/21.). I was hoping to have it ready for my new years party. Do you think the beer will be drinkable in 10 days?

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Old 12-21-2012, 06:01 AM   #317
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I got all the ingredients for this brew last week but won’t be able to brew until tomorrow (12/21.). I was hoping to have it ready for my new years party. Do you think the beer will be drinkable in 10 days?
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Drinkable yes. At it's best? probably not.
It'd be a shame to kill the keg at day ten but if you have no alternativr then it's not a bad option.

Some comercial micro brewers are sending beers out at day five but then they are cellar conditioned for up to a week.

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Drinkable yes. At it's best? probably not.
It'd be a shame to kill the keg at day ten but if you have no alternativr then it's not a bad option.

Some comercial micro brewers are sending beers out at day five but then they are cellar conditioned for up to a week.
Thanks. I'll try kegging it early and see what happens.
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I think this beer might be my 2012 MVP. It's cheap, fast, easy, and boy does it taste good.
It's flavorful, yet refreshing.

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