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Old 11-04-2010, 02:19 AM   #201
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Great recipe thread!

I'm going to brew this with a buddy this weekend, with a couple small tweaks.

3.5 gal boil

9 lbs pale LME
0.5 lb crystal 40L
1.5 oz amarillo @ 60min
1 oz amarillo @ 45 min
1 oz amarillo @ 30 min
1 oz amarillo @ 15 min
0.5 oz amarillo @ flameout

White labs California Ale yeast
1 oz amarillo dry hop 10 days during keg force carbonation

BeerSmith estimates the ABV @ 6.53%

Wish me luck, opinions welcome!

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Old 11-05-2010, 12:45 AM   #202
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I wonder effect an oz. with your grains when you steep? I recently made an IPA (AG) where I added an oz. of centennial with my grains during the mash. Couldn't really tell, but finished beer had tons aroma.

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Old 11-05-2010, 01:05 AM   #203
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I wonder effect an oz. with your grains when you steep? I recently made an IPA (AG) where I added an oz. of centennial with my grains during the mash. Couldn't really tell, but finished beer had tons aroma.
Well, IN THEORY you should get more bitterness than aroma since you will be boiling them for the entire boil once the steeping phase is done. Should drive off a lot of the aroma volatiles..but the THEORY of brewing doesn't always account for the results!
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Old 11-08-2010, 06:10 PM   #204
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Great recipe thread!

I'm going to brew this with a buddy this weekend, with a couple small tweaks.

3.5 gal boil

9 lbs pale LME
0.5 lb crystal 40L
1.5 oz amarillo @ 60min
1 oz amarillo @ 45 min
1 oz amarillo @ 30 min
1 oz amarillo @ 15 min
0.5 oz amarillo @ flameout

White labs California Ale yeast
1 oz amarillo dry hop 10 days during keg force carbonation

BeerSmith estimates the ABV @ 6.53%

Wish me luck, opinions welcome!
Brewed this on Sat night. Holy cow, the wort tasted great! OG was almost exactly what BeerSmith predicted.

The only mods we made to the above recipe were:
1) last 0.5 oz hops added @ 5 min
2) Wyeast American Ale yeast used instead of White Labs Cal Ale

Pitched at 80F (a bit warm), but happily bubbling away at 68F now. Will cold crash for a couple days before kegging with dry hops.
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Old 11-10-2010, 05:48 PM   #205
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Brewed this beer last months, and after fermentation was complete and a week resting, I threw in some hops. Last night, after dry hopping for 8 days, I racked the beer. All I can say is that this was the best tasting and smelling beer I have ever had after so short a time in the primary. Even the turb, flavored with all the hops, smelled great - I hated to throw it away and was thinking of how I could re-use it, but into the garden it went.

The only thing is that this was the cloudiest liquid I have ever racked. Kind of wondering about that.

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Old 11-10-2010, 06:23 PM   #206
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The only thing is that this was the cloudiest liquid I have ever racked. Kind of wondering about that.
If you used S-05 it will clear up in secondary/bottle. I always get cloudy S 05 out of primary, but it is always crystal clear by the time i drink!
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Old 11-10-2010, 07:25 PM   #207
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Actually, I decided to use Northwest Ale - Wyeast 1332 - this time.

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Old 11-15-2010, 10:43 PM   #208
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bottled today after 3 weeks in primary. very light in color and very clear. OG was 1.068. it finished at 1.015. 6.92% ABV. hydro sample smelled and tasted wonderful. i cant wait for this one. i'm going to give it 1 month before i crack one open and see if theyre ready. once again this is what i did

5gal batch 3 gal boil
Steeped .5lb crystal 40 @ 160 for 20 mins
7lbs x light DME (added 3 lbs for 60mins. last 4 lbs at flameout)
2oz Amarillo 7.2% AA (60 mins)
2oz Amarillo 7.2% AA (15 mins)
1oz Amarillo 7.2% AA (5 mins)
1oz Amarillo 7.2% AA (Flame Out)
WLP001 california ale yeast

fermented in the low 60's for 3 weeks.

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Old 11-17-2010, 07:17 PM   #209
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I brewed this beer and all I can say is that I'm in love

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Old 11-18-2010, 01:04 AM   #210
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i'm going to go ahead and brew one more batch tomorrow.

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