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Old 03-15-2012, 09:10 PM   #231
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First pour from my first kegged beer. Ode to Arthur...carbonation test.


And what my fridge looks like now. Need to make room for one more keg.

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Old 03-16-2012, 06:08 AM   #232
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I'm going to brew this. Some where I saw some thing about souring 2 cans of Guinness and adding to the recipe but I don't know when to add it.

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Old 03-16-2012, 04:13 PM   #233
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I'm going to brew this. Some where I saw some thing about souring 2 cans of Guinness and adding to the recipe but I don't know when to add it.
Toss it into the boil with about 15 minutes left. It'll kill what is causing the souring activity, but retain the flavor.
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Old 03-17-2012, 05:33 PM   #234
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Has everyone been brewing the original recipe or the 70-25-5 recipe?

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Old 03-20-2012, 06:58 PM   #235
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I brewed this up for St. Paddy's Day - minus the acid malt. I also only used 2oz of Goldings as mine were higher in AA%.

This is without a doubt one of the top three beers I've ever brewed. It is going to become a regular for sure (the first of the beers I've brewed so far to get that distinction).

Everyone at our St. Paddy's party loved it, even the non beer-drinkers or the "I don't usually like dark beers" types.

I'm going to cry when this keg kicks!

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I brewed this up for St. Paddy's Day - minus the acid malt. I also only used 2oz of Goldings as mine were higher in AA%.

This is without a doubt one of the top three beers I've ever brewed. It is going to become a regular for sure (the first of the beers I've brewed so far to get that distinction).

Everyone at our St. Paddy's party loved it, even the non beer-drinkers or the "I don't usually like dark beers" types.

I'm going to cry when this keg kicks!
But it's a happy cry...
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Old 03-31-2012, 04:03 PM   #237
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Brought a growler to a friend's place. Didn't last long...great recipe.
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Here's my (accidentaly) double hopped version. Scaled everything back for 5 gallons except the hops, woops!

Turned out GREAT though. I'm a fan of bitter beers and this hits the spot. Many of my friends find it undrinkable due to bitterness, but the few that are big into IPA's and bitterness absolutely love it.


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Old 05-16-2012, 01:01 PM   #239
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brewed this twice...bottld the first batch and it is by far my favorite beer I have made....kegged the last batch and it is good but I evidently left something out because it tastes more like a nut brown...not even black just a dark brown....ugh

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Old 05-17-2012, 03:05 AM   #240
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figured out what was different...first batch used the darker roasted unmalted barley.. last batch much lighter roasted barley...like the first MUCH better.

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