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Old 10-26-2012, 01:11 AM   #11
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I have yet to have rye cause a stuck sparge, but I typically throw in a few big handfuls of rice hulls. Works well.

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Old 11-07-2012, 01:00 AM   #12
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Thanks for posting this recipe. I just ordered the ingredients tonight from AHS. I will use Pacman yeast.

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Old 11-07-2012, 05:54 PM   #13
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Pacman never does me wrong. Good call sir.

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Pacman never does me wrong. Good call sir.
I have used it on 6-8 beers over the last year or so, and they have turned out great. I still have a few jars that are third generation. I hope that I can continue to use them for the 4th or 5th generation. Most have been IPA's but I brewed a honey blond and the final gravity got to 1.006 with third generation. Thanks again for the great recipe.
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Old 11-08-2012, 02:07 PM   #15
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Is there another name for pacman? I plan on brewing this over Thanksgiving weekend.

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Old 11-08-2012, 02:22 PM   #16
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ohhh this looks enticing! may take some of your ideas on this one to mesh with my black ipa recipe. A midnight wheat and chocolate rye blend might turn out real nice. I am unfamiliar with that hop though, will have to look that up.

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That sounds equally as enticing. Falconers is nice, too expensive though, if I was looking to alter it I'd go with some CTZ as a bittering and a few nice earthy/citrus aroma/flavor hops. As it stands I have a few pounds of falconers in the freezer so I'll be making this until it runs out. I'll worry about playing with the hop bill later

Also, this fits into the style guidelines for an american stout.

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hmm from the description on rebelbrewer it sounds alot like Citra, which, like most I love. Will have to work this into a recipe in the future.

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Is there another name for pacman? I plan on brewing this over Thanksgiving weekend.
It is a strain that is used by Rogue. I was lucky and found it at AHS but most people harvest it from Rogue Beers because they use the same yeast to carbonate as they use to ferment.
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If you live near MD I have some you can have.

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