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Old 12-26-2012, 02:13 PM   #31
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I used this to break in my 10gal system and glad i did. I did use MO as the base malt since i had it on hand. I really like it. I am drinking on the cal ale yeast batch now, the denny's fav is sitting in the keezer ready to replace the other keg when it kicks over the new years festivities.

Again thanks for the recipe!

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Old 12-26-2012, 03:45 PM   #32
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I tossed in some biscuit as well. Og 1.056 cleared up great after a whirlpool and 15 min rest. Color is a bit dark but im stoked to get it kegged when i get back from this next road trip. Its for my buddies birthday party in august. Thanks for posting the recipe
I used a 'pale chocolate' that MoreBeer had on the shelf that gave the same flavor and a little less color.
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Old 12-28-2012, 01:03 AM   #33
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Brewing this one tomorrow.... excited after reading everyones feedback!

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Old 01-21-2013, 02:57 PM   #34
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Get this one going now for St Patrick's day...

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Old 01-23-2013, 02:02 PM   #35
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I still have a 5 gallon batch bulk aging in a keg. i'm thinking i may toss it in to an English beer style comp our club is having.

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McCuckerson, please what would be the final recipe for 10 gallons, when you replace the base vienna malt with Maris Otter? i'm planning to brew it soon, just looking for some ingredients. thanks

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Agreed, mo is the way to go with this one. 2 row just won't cut. I was going to update the original recipe for mo, fwiw
McCuckerson, please what would be the final recipe for 10 gallons, when you replace the base vienna malt with Maris Otter? i'm planning to brew it soon, just looking for some ingredients. thanks
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McCuckerson, please what would be the final recipe for 10 gallons, when you replace the base vienna malt with Maris Otter? i'm planning to brew it soon, just looking for some ingredients. thanks
It goes something like this:

10# MO
7# pale 2-row
1# aromatic
1# Caramel 80L
1/2# Chocolate

1oz Nugget @ 60min

Wyeast London ESB (super clear - love this yeast)

you can always plug this stuff into beersmith and make adjustments.
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So i finally tapped the second half of my split batch of this. The Denny's fav batch is delicious. i caught my licking the inside of my mouth. very malt forward, as it should be but it seems a touch more flavorful than the cal ale yeast batch. I believe i am going to try to do an india brown ale with the recipe and the denny's fav. it seems like there is enough malt backbone and sweetness that it could deal with a bigger hop schedule.

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Get this one going now for St Patrick's day...
so on the MO substitute. would it replace the 2-row only or would it be 8.5# of the marris otter for the 5.5 gal. also what is the 1/2# aromatic? sorry for the questions but want to use this as my first AG brew.
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