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Old 09-18-2012, 09:25 PM   #11
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just wanted to thank you again for the GREAT recipe. I started drinking this bad boy 3 weeks after bottling. ... it was good. waited another week. it was great. waited another week or so and the thing is FREAKING PHENOMINAL. so good in fact that I have a second batch just bottled this last friday and am going to age for at least 2 months before drinking. definitely one I'm keeping in the pipeline

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Old 06-10-2013, 01:53 AM   #12
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I would like to brew this recipe on Friday but I have a couple questions before I start.
Is this recipe for a full boil or a partial boil? What temperature did you ferment at? How long and at what temperature do you steep the grains?

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Old 06-10-2013, 04:11 AM   #13
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I would like to brew this recipe on Friday but I have a couple questions before I start.
Is this recipe for a full boil or a partial boil? What temperature did you ferment at? How long and at what temperature do you steep the grains?

Thanks for the replies in advance.
it's a partial boil.

ferment at 62-68

steep the grains for 30 minutes at 160 ish



on a side note. I'm making this again. great recipe. this time I'm just adding lactose sugar to make it into a milk wheat stout.
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Old 06-10-2013, 04:57 AM   #14
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Thank you wormraper for the quick reply. I'm new to brewing but trying to learn. I've found that I get better tasting beer by doing full boils. If I were to do this as a full boil what would I need to change?
Thanks again.

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Old 06-10-2013, 08:46 AM   #15
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Thank you wormraper for the quick reply. I'm new to brewing but trying to learn. I've found that I get better tasting beer by doing full boils. If I were to do this as a full boil what would I need to change?
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just cut the hops to 1.5 ounces vs. 2 ounces. you'll get better hop utilization in a full boil
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Thank you wormraper for the quick reply. I'm new to brewing but trying to learn. I've found that I get better tasting beer by doing full boils. If I were to do this as a full boil what would I need to change?
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The main difference between a partial and full boil, is in a partial you should use the late extract addition method. In a full boil you can add all of it right away.

I'm glad some people enjoy this beer. I need to brew a batch of this, as it's been quite a while since I brewed it.
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The main difference between a partial and full boil, is in a partial you should use the late extract addition method. In a full boil you can add all of it right away.

I'm glad some people enjoy this beer. I need to brew a batch of this, as it's been quite a while since I brewed it.
it's easily my most requested stout. cheap, smooth and VERY tasty. as I said in a previous post gonna brew this tomorrow but add a lb of lactose sugar to it to make it a cream o wheat stout
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it's easily my most requested stout. cheap, smooth and VERY tasty. as I said in a previous post gonna brew this tomorrow but add a lb of lactose sugar to it to make it a cream o wheat stout
Let me know how that turns out!
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Let me know how that turns out!
will do. I accidentally f-ed up when I brewed it this morning. I got STYRIAN goldings instead of the normal Kent Goldings.... x fingers
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will do. I accidentally f-ed up when I brewed it this morning. I got STYRIAN goldings instead of the normal Kent Goldings.... x fingers
I wouldn't worry. The hops are a minor part of this beer. As long as the AAUs are similar you should be fine.
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