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Old 02-18-2013, 03:51 PM   #41
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Brewing this up right now, but with EKG for the hops as that's what I have in the freezer needing to be used up, and I prefer that hops anyway

As EKG is significantly less alpha % according to Beersmith, was going to increase the bittering amount to 1.5oz to hit the design number roughly... Does that seem too much?

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Old 03-23-2013, 05:11 PM   #42
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I'm brewing this one right now too. Hopes are very high.
So far the colour is amazing.
But I used a little biscuit since I could find Crystal around here. Let's see.
On Beersmith it's seems on the style..

Thanks for sharing man. New Castle is definitelly on my top 3 beers...

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Old 04-04-2013, 03:10 AM   #43
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I'm brewing this one right now too. Hopes are very high.
So far the colour is amazing.
But I used a little biscuit since I could find Crystal around here. Let's see.
On Beersmith it's seems on the style..

Thanks for sharing man. New Castle is definitelly on my top 3 beers...
Let us know how it turned out, I love this beer!
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Old 06-26-2013, 03:09 AM   #44
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nice, let us know how it turns out.
Sorry it took me a while to report back...
This was almost Newcastle!
Nice color, tasted a bit light for a new castle clone, but I'm going to try using MO and possibly biscuit?
This was a great recipe and I can't wait to brew it again. Will be better at posting updates in the future
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Old 07-03-2013, 07:28 PM   #45
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What would the total ingredients change to when substituted with MO instead of Vienna for 5 gallons ?

So, Far OP has this :

5# Vienna
3 1/2# pale 2-row
1/2# aromatic
1/2# Caramel 80L
1/4# Chocolate

0.5oz Nugget @ 60min

Wyeast London ESB

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What would the total ingredients change to when substituted with MO instead of Vienna for 5 gallons ?

So, Far OP has this :

5# Vienna
3 1/2# pale 2-row
1/2# aromatic
1/2# Caramel 80L
1/4# Chocolate

0.5oz Nugget @ 60min

Wyeast London ESB
5# MO
3 1/2# pale 2-row
1/2# aromatic
1/2# Caramel 80L
1/4# Chocolate

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8.5# mo
1/2# aromatic
1/2# Caramel 80L
1/4# Chocolate
^I do this

It scored a 34 in a comp i threw it in.
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Old 07-03-2013, 09:51 PM   #47
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What about the yeast, same as Op's ? Or could I go with something different, (prefer a dry yeast).......

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Last time I used California ale and Denny's fav (split ten gal batch). I would use the original (London I think) and Denny's again. Cal ale was fine but the other two were better. The London was closer to style and may have scored better. Use what ever you see fit.

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Will do, thanks ! Ordering the ingredients now..........

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Anyone have a pic? How close is it to a newcastle?

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