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Old 04-27-2011, 04:35 PM   #991
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Just put mine into secondary this morning. The sample tasted good, but not as hoppy as I was expecting. I did the extract (full boil with the all-grain hop schedule). This is just my second batch. Can't wait to see what the dry-hopping will add.
The sweetness of the wort always cuts the hops quite a bit, no matter how many hops you added in the boil. When the SG drops you'll taste them loud and clear.
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Old 04-29-2011, 04:45 PM   #992
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I have all of the ingredients in my online shopping cart but I can only find simco leaf hops. Is it alright to mix the leaf and pellet while adding them? Should I do anything different?

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Old 04-29-2011, 07:23 PM   #993
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I have all of the ingredients in my online shopping cart but I can only find simco leaf hops. Is it alright to mix the leaf and pellet while adding them? Should I do anything different?

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Sure, that'd be fine!
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Old 05-15-2011, 11:42 AM   #994
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I just brewed up this recipe last night (extract style) and I have a few concerns. My LHBS did not have Crystal 40 so I used 45 instead but otherwise everything else was the same. During the steep, my temp reached 165 for a minute or two before I was able to get it down to between 155 and 160. Also, I got the wort down to 74F (1.080 OG) before pitching nottingham yeast and then i put the fermenter into a swamp cooler with a wet shirt and a few frozen water bottles. I did this at around 10pm last night. This morning the temp on the fermenter is 61F and no bubbles yet. I was just wondering if this was too cold of a fermentation temp or will the yeast eventually kick in gear? Thanks for the recipe and any advice would be appreciated.

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Old 05-17-2011, 05:23 PM   #995
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did anybody tried this recipe with wyeast 2565? I have it on hands and think kolsch yeast will really bring forward malt and hops profile

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Old 05-17-2011, 08:44 PM   #996
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Hey Yooper,

I just brewed up this recipe last night (extract style) and I have a few concerns. My LHBS did not have Crystal 40 so I used 45 instead but otherwise everything else was the same. During the steep, my temp reached 165 for a minute or two before I was able to get it down to between 155 and 160. Also, I got the wort down to 74F (1.080 OG) before pitching nottingham yeast and then i put the fermenter into a swamp cooler with a wet shirt and a few frozen water bottles. I did this at around 10pm last night. This morning the temp on the fermenter is 61F and no bubbles yet. I was just wondering if this was too cold of a fermentation temp or will the yeast eventually kick in gear? Thanks for the recipe and any advice would be appreciated.
I just saw this, so I'm sure the yeast is well underway (probably about finished) by now. Sorry about that!
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Old 05-18-2011, 11:09 AM   #997
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Just opened the first bottle yesterday. Fantastic! I had to make a couple minor tweaks due to only having 1 oz. of Amarillo. I wanted to see if I could improve the head over my first brew so I added a half pound of carapils and carbed with Munton's KreamyX. Head is great with pretty good lacing. I read after the fact that there is some debate whether steeping Carapils is beneficial or not. I would definitely use the Munton's again.

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I just saw this, so I'm sure the yeast is well underway (probably about finished) by now. Sorry about that!
Yes, the yeast are well on their way. Thanks for the recipe. Since I had a OG of 1.080, how long would you suggest letting it go in the primary? Primary is sitting at 63*F, by the way.
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Yes, the yeast are well on their way. Thanks for the recipe. Since I had a OG of 1.080, how long would you suggest letting it go in the primary? Primary is sitting at 63*F, by the way.
I always do about two weeks or so, before dryhopping.
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I brewed this beer back in April and just poured the first pint. It's a little different than the original (since my LHBS didn't have simcoe), but man it is a great tasting IPA. I love this beer, I have never had a DFH brew (since we can't get it here in Utah), but I think that this could be better.... Thanks Yooper for this recipe. I will brew this again for sure...

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