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Old 04-16-2011, 06:06 AM   #11
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Donthoseme - Have you tried Midnight Sun's Mayhem? Sounds similar (double IPA with belgian yeast)...would be interested how you think this compares.

I am doing an IPA of some sort next and the belgian yeast thing sounds like a pretty tasty little twist on it.
Sorry it took me so long to reply!!! i've been away from HBT for a little while. Yes i have. I actually bought a whole keg of it!!!! It's good but definitley different than mine. I think mine is a little maltier and with a different hop bite. I would say i prefer mine only because after it's been 2 years since i drank mine and after going through a whole keg of Mayhem, well i need a switch!!
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Old 04-16-2011, 06:07 AM   #12
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I made my first BIAB with this recipe yesterday. I did a half batch and everything went well for the most part. I pitched onto a Wyeast 1214 yeast cake from a dubbel I just made.

The only problem was I ended up with too much pre-boil wort (4.5 gallons), so I boiled it down to 2.9 gallons instead of 2.5. It took 90 minutes to get there, and by that time I just decided to call it good and be happy that I'll get about 6 more bottles with the extra .4 gal. OG came out at 1.065, about 5 points lower than brewing calculators predicted. I know this is way lower than the 1.081 the recipe called for, but I'm sure it will be good anyways.

I also put the goldings in the boil for 2 min. I might dry hop with something really citrus like cascade.
any taste test yet.
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