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Old 11-19-2010, 08:43 PM   #211
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I'm brewing this up next

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Old 11-20-2010, 12:21 AM   #212
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ok so it tasted so good at bottling that i decided to go ahead and make another batch right away. but i changed it up a little. i moved the late hop additions to a dry hop. this is what i did this time

5gal batch 3 gal boil
Steeped .5lb crystal 40 @160 fof 30 mins in 1g water (rinsed grain with 1g 170f water)
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)
2oz Amarillo 7.2% AA (Dry Hop)

WLP001 california ale yeast

ferment in the low 60's for 4 weeks.

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Old 11-20-2010, 01:28 PM   #213
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Williams supply just sent me info in the 2010 hops, and it seems Amarillo is over 10% this season, I really want to try this recipe again with the higher AA%.

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Old 11-20-2010, 05:06 PM   #214
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Williams supply just sent me info in the 2010 hops, and it seems Amarillo is over 10% this season, I really want to try this recipe again with the higher AA%.
nice! more bang for the buck!
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:44 PM   #215
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I hope to brew this up this weekend, looks like i'll be using Munton's Gold for yeast, hoping that's a good sub for 05.

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Old 11-30-2010, 10:59 PM   #216
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I hope to brew this up this weekend, looks like i'll be using Munton's Gold for yeast, hoping that's a good sub for 05.
If you can use Safale US-05 it's basically the same thing as White Labs Cal Ale or Wyeast 1056. If not, it'll be great anyway!
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Old 12-12-2010, 05:51 AM   #217
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Finally was able to brew this up tonight, had an extra .5 oz of Amarillo so I did 1 oz at flameout.

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Old 12-13-2010, 08:42 PM   #218
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Default More hops for me next time.


I made this a few weeks ago and thought I'd supply some feedback. I increased the addition of hops by an ounce as the AA count was a bit lower than what the recipe called for. I think for this to be up the hop factor I'd want to see in an IPA I'll increase the hops even more. The result of my batch was fairly close to a Harpoon IPA (delicious) but without the hop punch I was looking for.

1.5 oz Amarillo at 60min
1 oz Amarillo at 10
1.5 oz at 5
1 oz at flameout.

I think I'll double the first two hop additions next time, and I'll supply feedback.

Thanks for posting the recipe.

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Old 12-15-2010, 12:04 PM   #219
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Brewed this up about a month ago and have it sitting in a keg right now. Took a sample the other day and wow was it good. The hops have such a grapefruit taste. Very drinkable. I am certainly going to be making another batch of this.

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Old 12-23-2010, 05:13 PM   #220
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Any body use white labs burton ale yeast for this (WLP-023)? I have both Safale-05 and some washed burton ale yeast. Was hoping to use the ale yeast since it has less of a shelf life, but don't want to compromise the brew. I thought the ale yeast may perform better.

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Edit: Decided to run with it (based on what I read for burton ale yeast uses on white labs site - IPAs recc). Additionally since this yeast is good with fruity esters it should really lend to the grapefruitish amarillo hops. Made the recipe as stated with the burton ale yeast instead of Safale-05. Exact recipe with a 16 oz starter with 1/2 cup dme and the washed yeast. It is off and running! Almost dry hopped but I am gonna honor the recipe and try it as is. Luckily I have 5 oz of amarillo hops on stand by, I might just start another batch!

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