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Old 03-22-2012, 11:06 PM   #241
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Going to brew this again next weekend. I have had no time to brew in many months, cant wait! I am thinking of using Wyeast London ESB this time around and FWH... any thoughts?
Heck yeah I would give that a try..
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Old 03-25-2012, 11:46 PM   #242
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Last time I followed exactly. Here is what I'm doing this time around.
Adding 1/2lb of MO
Adding 6 ounces of crystal 120 ( for a bit more toffee)
Using pale chocolate .25lb
WLP02
1 ounce of willamette FWH
1 ounce of willamette at 10 min

Thoughts? I know this knocks it out of being the same recipe but I'm just coming off of a 6 month no brewing dry spell so I gotta have a little fun with it :0)

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Old 03-27-2012, 12:31 AM   #243
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I made this recipe back in November. Sitting here at work drinking a bottle of it. It continues to improve. My LHBS raved over it. My only problem was I massed at too low of a temperature so it isn't quite as malty as it should be.

At 3.4% it is a great beer to drink while still assisting others with their financial decisions.

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Old 03-27-2012, 01:54 AM   #244
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I made this recipe back in November. Sitting here at work drinking a bottle of it. It continues to improve. My LHBS raved over it. My only problem was I massed at too low of a temperature so it isn't quite as malty as it should be.

At 3.4% it is a great beer to drink while still assisting others with their financial decisions.
Amen to that!

With an eight month old boy zipping about the house these days a good mild or ordinary bitter hits the spot without getting me too shmammered to keep up.
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Old 03-31-2012, 02:36 AM   #245
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Drinking my first batch, made with EKG.

It's wonderful! Thanks, az.

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Old 03-31-2012, 04:47 PM   #246
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Sorry if this was already covered, but I can only partial mash so I was wondering if this looked like a good recipe to you guys. I have EKG on hand so that's another substitue I'll making.

2.1lb Muntons Light DME
1lb 2-row
1lb Victory
1.5lb Crystal 60L (Crisp, UK)
6 oz Chocolate malt (Crisp, UK)

1 oz EKG 5% at 40 minutes
1 oz EKG 5% at 10 minutes

I'll have to check the actual AA of the EKG I have, and then line up the boil times to correctly match the IBUs, but you get the idea.

Thanks in advance. I'm ready for an easy drinker.

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Drinking my first batch, made with EKG.

It's wonderful! Thanks, az.
Scored a 43 and won a gold medal. Thanks again for a solid base recipe, az. I used EKG, and US-04.

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Scored a 43 and won a gold medal. Thanks again for a solid base recipe, az. I used EKG, and US-04.

Heck yeah!!!! Anotha winnah!!!
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Sorry if this was already covered, but I can only partial mash so I was wondering if this looked like a good recipe to you guys. I have EKG on hand so that's another substitue I'll making.

2.1lb Muntons Light DME
1lb 2-row
1lb Victory
1.5lb Crystal 60L (Crisp, UK)
6 oz Chocolate malt (Crisp, UK)

1 oz EKG 5% at 40 minutes
1 oz EKG 5% at 10 minutes

I'll have to check the actual AA of the EKG I have, and then line up the boil times to correctly match the IBUs, but you get the idea.

Thanks in advance. I'm ready for an easy drinker.
I'm almost positive that these substitutions will be ok, but I was wondering what you guys thought before I brewed this up this weekend?

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Bubbling away with White labs English ale yeast!

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