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Old 01-21-2013, 11:25 AM   #251
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Oh, it was great! Bob loved it especially, and we fought over the last bottle.
I'm gonna get to brew this at a local brewery Sunday...super excited!
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I'm going to be doing an oatmeal stout for my next brew. I was set on the Samuel Smith all grain recipe but this one is getting great reviews. Has anyone made both or would suggest one over the other?

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Old 01-21-2013, 06:44 PM   #253
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I'm gonna get to brew this at a local brewery Sunday...super excited!
Cool! Which brewery?

Brewed it (at home on my stove...wahh) last night and hit my numbers, sample tasted great!
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Old 01-21-2013, 09:08 PM   #254
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Some friends of mine opened Skull Camp Brewery here in NC and let me be a guest brewer every now and then....if feels pretty cool to be able to send friends up there to try my beer! I'm fortunate enough that one of the owners is the one that got me started homebrewing and is confident in the quality of beer I make.

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Would using 60L instead of 80L make a huge difference? I've got 60 on hand...

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Old 01-22-2013, 01:18 PM   #256
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Would using 60L instead of 80L make a huge difference? I've got 60 on hand...
No, not really. The 80L is a little more "toffee" while 60L is a little more caramel, but I think it would work just fine. The crystal malt is there to provide a depth to the flavor, as well as some sweetness to counter the roasted flavor. 60L would be a good sub for the 80L.
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Awesome. Thank you for the great reply. I plan on brewing this on Saturday and would like to make a starter but I've never done a starter before. Is it really necessary if you're using dry yeast?

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Awesome. Thank you for the great reply. I plan on brewing this on Saturday and would like to make a starter but I've never done a starter before. Is it really necessary if you're using dry yeast?
I pitched my dry yeast right into the fermentor. This beer is a low enough gravity that you shouldn't need a starter.
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I pitched my dry yeast right into the fermentor. This beer is a low enough gravity that you shouldn't need a starter.
That's what I was thinking but Yooper said "Yes!" to the yeast starter so I wasn't sure how much of a difference it would make.
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That's what I was thinking but Yooper said "Yes!" to the yeast starter so I wasn't sure how much of a difference it would make.
For liquid yeast, a starter should be done. For dry, it's not necessary.
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