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Old 01-03-2014, 06:00 PM   #71
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Just to use them. I will have to use fuggle at 1.5 ounce also. Cant wait

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Old 01-06-2014, 06:25 AM   #72
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When you use the # what is that pounds?

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Old 01-06-2014, 12:11 PM   #73
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Yup. It sure is!
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Old 01-07-2014, 05:53 PM   #74
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I brewed a gallon of this Friday night. My airlock has "little carbonation" bubbles in it but I do not see any bubbles happening.

I opened it up to take a peek and I do not see a "froth line" like I have seen when I have done aplefwein. It is a 2.5 gallon fermenter with only a gallon in it. Could this be it? I am concerned it is not fermenting since none of the signs I have seen before are happening.

I pitched the yeast at around 74 degrees F and the fermenter is in my kitchen which is between 65-72

This is my first batch of beer I have ever brewed.

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Old 01-07-2014, 07:53 PM   #75
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I brewed a gallon of this Friday night. My airlock has "little carbonation" bubbles in it but I do not see any bubbles happening.

I opened it up to take a peek and I do not see a "froth line" like I have seen when I have done aplefwein. It is a 2.5 gallon fermenter with only a gallon in it. Could this be it? I am concerned it is not fermenting since none of the signs I have seen before are happening.

I pitched the yeast at around 74 degrees F and the fermenter is in my kitchen which is between 65-72

This is my first batch of beer I have ever brewed.
It'll be just fine. Give it a couple more days. I would bet the massive amount of head space would account for little airlock activity. If it doesn't froth up in a couple more days try pitching again.
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Old 01-22-2014, 02:20 AM   #76
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Just kegged thia today. 5% hydro sample was really good. Mine may have a bit more chocolate charecter to it but we will see when it chills and carbs. I used london ale 3 yeast. Great recipe very happy with this one.

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Old 01-22-2014, 08:02 PM   #77
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Brewing this next

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Old 01-31-2014, 11:42 PM   #78
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On the schedule for tomorrow.
Going with the 8.5lbs of Maris Otter.

Got a question with Hops. Why only the 1 addition at the beginning of the boil? Would adding the other 1/2 oz as a late addition change the profile that much?

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Old 02-01-2014, 12:15 AM   #79
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On the schedule for tomorrow.
Going with the 8.5lbs of Maris Otter.

Got a question with Hops. Why only the 1 addition at the beginning of the boil? Would adding the other 1/2 oz as a late addition change the profile that much?

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Hey Rambuck,

I was loosely following Jamil's Irish ale which has a bittering hop addition only (i think) I think this is why it is so NCish. I do not get much late hope character from New Castle either.

Anyway, if you like late hop additiions, then definitely go for it. Just be sure to post your results here

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Hey Rambuck,

I was loosely following Jamil's Irish ale which has a bittering hop addition only (i think) I think this is why it is so NCish. I do not get much late hope character from New Castle either.

Anyway, if you like late hop additiions, then definitely go for it. Just be sure to post your results here

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Thanks for the info. I'm still new at this. Since I got 1 oz of Target, I think I will add the rest as a late hop addition. Will let you know. That is the great thing about this hobby.
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