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Old 10-13-2009, 08:35 PM   #101
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My friend and I want to brew a 10 gal of this to split. Would it be ok to just double all the ingredients to make up the 10 gal batch?

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Old 10-14-2009, 05:03 PM   #102
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without a doubt...exactly what I did. Just notice that the batch calls for 5.5 gallons so if you go all the way to ten you will come out with a higher OG. I hit just under ten because evaporation went crazy thi brew....but oh well....bubbling away beautifuly...

Silly me...I did forget the OG reading tho.....oh well....

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Old 10-25-2009, 05:00 AM   #103
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I did this brew today, and ended up with 7.1 gallons before the boil and an SG of 1.056. Then after the boil, I had 5 gallons (2.1 gal boil off, wowzers) and an OG of 1.082 @74^F. This is going to be a high ABV beer!

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Old 11-05-2009, 12:37 AM   #104
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so after having my variation of this brew, i am thoroughly impressed. it is absolutely delicious. i dry hopped with two ounces of 8% AA centennial for 2 weeks in my secondary, after 1 week in primary. after after bottle conditioning for about 3 weeks it has turned out impressively clear. im being patient with this one.

on saturday i plan on brewing this same one but with double the IBUs.

HOP SCHEDULE:

2 oz magnum (14%AA) @ 60min
1 oz simcoe (12%AA) @ 20min
1 oz simcoe (12%AA) @ 15min
1 oz simcoe (12%AA) @ 10min
1 oz simcoe (12%AA) @ 5min

=155 IBUs

and 2 oz of simcoe in secondary for one week

this is great stuff, i just wanted it more HOPPY :P

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Old 11-05-2009, 02:56 PM   #105
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After one week of dry hopping with amarillo, this beer is absolutely amazing!! I love it!! As I said before I tweeked the recipe a lil and added IBU's but it is spectacular!! Thanks Ed!!

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Old 11-06-2009, 11:52 AM   #106
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I took some to a homebrew club meeting last night - everyone loved it.

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Old 11-10-2009, 04:31 AM   #107
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I am going to do the extract version of this recipe and was playing around with it in beersmith.

I know EdWort said to use 6.6 lbs LME but when I just did straight convert from his AG version it came out to be something like 9.5 lbs LME. Definitely not saying he is wrong since it's his recipe but I was just wondering. Don't want to have a too low OG for an IPA and don't want to buy another extract can if I don't have to.

In addition I plan on adding 1.5 lbs of Munich extract to replace the Munich grains.

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Old 11-16-2009, 01:37 AM   #108
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I brewed this (AG) on October 3rd. My efficiency sucked a bit so my SG was 10 points low. It spent 27 days in primary and I dry hopped it on day 14 with a half ounce of Amarillo 8.5% hops because that's what I had in my fridge. It's now over two weeks in the bottle and it's amazing. Probably the best I've ever brewed in the short time I've been doing this.

I think if I brew this again I'm going to double up the bittering hops and try to get the SG substantially higher as well.

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Old 11-16-2009, 06:58 PM   #109
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I brewed this about 4 weeks ago and so far the samples haven't been very good. I did use Safale-04 instead of -05 because the buddy I was brewing with already had some. We did a starter so we pitched enough. We haven't kegged it yet because we're hoping that the bubblegummy, clovery, estery flavor and aroma will dissipate. It's fairly subtle but enough present for a distinguishing palate to notice. I know that flavor/aroma is typical in some European beer but I don't like it. I like a clean finish. The other thing is that it's not very bitter or hoppy smelling. We brewed a 10 gal batch and basically doubled the hop bill. We did use Magnum instead of Warrior @ 60 I think because our LHBS didn't have Warrior. We used Centennial for the rest. It fermented for about 14 days, then we dry-hopped it for another 2 weeks. Last night we racked to a tertiary carboy to see if those estery characteristics will go away. We'll give it another couple weeks and then hopefully keg it and add some more dry hops.

Any ideas on what might of happened? Is it just the yeast? Why not very hoppy?

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I brewed this (AG) on October 3rd. My efficiency sucked a bit so my SG was 10 points low....It's now over two weeks in the bottle and it's amazing. Probably the best I've ever brewed in the short time I've been doing this.
I'm glad to see this. I brewed 5g a few days ago and I only had 64% eff, which is a bummer b/c I average in the mid-70s. So hopefully everything will turn out the same.
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