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Old 03-19-2013, 03:38 PM   #261
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Thanks for the advice, I lent my secondary out last week so I guess she'll stay in the primary until this weekend, planning on bottling it up Saturday!!!!

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Old 03-21-2013, 12:01 AM   #262
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This recipe is a solid W.I.N. best beer I've made to date, and probably best stout I've had.

My OG was 1.066 and finished at 1.017. It stayed in primary for 45 days @ 68 and racked right to keg and force carbed to about 1.7

Not too sweet super smooth its like a nice cup if coffee. Thanks for this winner.

Oh... And I personally feel it has a slight edge on the original. I feel like its smoother.

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Old 03-22-2013, 04:41 PM   #263
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I was curious if the lactose is factored in to the OG at 1.062.

When one is working up the ppg on a grain bill I assume you do not include non-fermentables but don't they add to the OG?

Does anyone know how this works?

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Old 03-22-2013, 07:43 PM   #264
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I was curious if the lactose is factored in to the OG at 1.062.

When one is working up the ppg on a grain bill I assume you do not include non-fermentables but don't they add to the OG?

Does anyone know how this works?
It will add gravity for sure. It seems if you add it on the fermentable a section of most brewing software, it treats it like a regular fermentable sugar for starting and finishing gravity. If you put it under misc, you don't capture gravity at all. I just put it in the brewing grains/fermentables section and know the program is dumb.

FYI, I don't pay for my software, so I can overlook it. If I paid for a software package, I'd be working with them to fix the bug.
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Old 03-23-2013, 12:49 AM   #265
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It will add gravity for sure. It seems if you add it on the fermentable a section of most brewing software, it treats it like a regular fermentable sugar for starting and finishing gravity. If you put it under misc, you don't capture gravity at all. I just put it in the brewing grains/fermentables section and know the program is dumb.

FYI, I don't pay for my software, so I can overlook it. If I paid for a software package, I'd be working with them to fix the bug.
I use BeerAlchemy and it treats lactose like a nonfermentable sugar so I don't have to do any additional calculations.
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Old 03-23-2013, 03:39 PM   #266
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Bottled this morning, smells really good. My FG came out to 1.034 so I'm looking at about 5.8%. HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY

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Old 03-26-2013, 01:25 AM   #267
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I just bottled this on Sunday, FG of 1.022 .. Tasted so good when I racked into the bottling bucket, I almost didn't want to carb it!

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Old 03-31-2013, 05:02 PM   #268
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So after a week of conditioning in the bottles I decided it was time for a sample. It tasted so good that it turned into five 12 ounce samples. Quite possibly my best brew yet. Happy Easter everyone

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Old 04-05-2013, 02:15 AM   #269
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10 days after bottling, delicious. really excited to see how this one turns out after 3 weeks

thanks for the recipe!!

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I just bottled this on Sunday, FG of 1.022 .. Tasted so good when I racked into the bottling bucket, I almost didn't want to carb it!
Damn this beer is good..

DEFINITELY making it again.

Thanks for the recipe!!
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