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Old 03-14-2008, 03:02 PM   #101
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Oh, no you could very easily do it. No problem at all. It's just like a kit, as stever said, except that you are assembling your own ingredients instead of pulling them out of the box, I actually have detailed instructions in Beersmith, and I can export that as a text file and email it to you if you want if that will help.

As for dryhopping, I've dryhopped it for as little as 3-5 days and as long as 2 weeks (in the keg). Today when I racked it to secondary, I added the dry hops and will let that sit a week or so before racking it to the keg.

One last tiny, almost insignificant detail that I must tell you, stever. I am not a "HE"!

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Old 03-14-2008, 03:04 PM   #102
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I know for bittering you could replace with a number of high AA..but for dry hopping and flavor you really need simcoe and amarillo IMO..it will still be a great beer in any account, but these are 2 hard aroma hops to replace so it will not be the same as DFH, if that is what you are shooting for.

Williams and AHB claim to have both of these in pellet form.

I used pellets to dry hop and gave it a gentile swirl every day and crash cooled..they all settle nice to the bottom so worked great. I kept in secondary on the hops for 2 weeks..longer the better

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Old 03-14-2008, 03:10 PM   #103
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One last tiny, almost insignificant detail that I must tell you, stever. I am not a "HE"!
Thanks for the clarification, I have fixed my previous post. :]
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Old 03-14-2008, 03:24 PM   #104
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Thanks for the clarification, I have fixed my previous post. :]
Haha- I'm just messing with you. Unless you actually looked at my gallery or "knew" me, it's probably hard to tell that I'm a woman. I'm actually kind of a petite woman, though, and it makes me laugh sometimes when you guys think I'm a big beer drinking guy! I sure wasn't offended, though, so don't worry about that!
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Old 03-14-2008, 03:42 PM   #105
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Not offended at all. I do think I saw someone thanking a Lorena for the recipe? So part of my brain thought you were a woman but the other part that is responsible for making the correct decisions and figuring things out failed to put 2 and 2 together.

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Old 03-14-2008, 06:49 PM   #106
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yooperbrew, those detailed instructions would be awesome to have. my email address is a19j78@yahoo.com. i figured i would be able to handle it. the onlt thing thta was worrying me was some of the terminalogy that was being used by everyone. but if there is one thing i do well it's following directions. so thank you so much again and when i get this thing rolling i will def. let you know how it's going.

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I emailed the recipe and instructions to you- let me know if you have any questions. The recipe has instructions for both liquid extract, or dry, depending on your preference.

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Old 03-15-2008, 11:12 PM   #108
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This recipe looks great, and as a Canuck that hasn't tried anything from Dogfish Head, this is going to be my next brew, and brew day is tomorrow!

However, I have couple questions about hop substitutions:

Finding these particular hops has been difficult for me, and my LHBS is really, really hurting in the hops department now (he says he's having problems even buying hops now) So, I need to make substitutions, but the pickings are slim.

For the warrior, I can substitute Nugget, but I am having problems with the Amarillo and Simcoe. I thought perhaps I could substitute the Simcoe with Cascade, since to me, they both have a piney sort of flavour. But Simcoe is around 12%AA, and Cascade is 5.5%AA, so would I have to double the Cascade? And if so, would double the hops at flavour addition add to much flavour?

For the Amarillo, I'm kind of stuck. The hops I have on hand are Liberty, Cascade, Chinook, Northern Brewer, Glacier, Sazz, Hallertauer, and Pearle. Any suggestions?

I know it won't be exactly like Dogfish Head, but since I haven't tried it, anything even remotely close would be great.

Any ideas?

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Well, the problem is that both simcoe and amarillo are kind of irreplaceable. Cascade could work for the amarillo, and as you noted, it just won't be the same beer, and you'll have to adjust the AAs for them. However, for the dryhopping you don't have to adjust them at all.

Chinook, NB, and Pearle won't be very good subs at all for either simcoe or amarillo. Liberty is NOTHING like simcoe, but it is good for aroma and flavor. Same with crystal hops. The only hop variety that I would consider as even a reasonable substitute for simcoe might be centennial. That's not a good sub, really, but it would give you a ton of aroma and flavor.

Actually, if you subbed centennial and cascade for the simcoe and amarillo, you'd get a nice tasty IPA. It wouldn't be a DFH clone but it woud be a very nice IPA regardless.

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Old 03-16-2008, 03:02 AM   #110
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you can get the amarillo and simcoe at austinhomebrew.com or amarillo at brewbyyou.com (they say out of stock but they are not) and homebrewheaven.com has a great price on simcoe whole leaf. Granted that doesn't solve your problem since you are brewing tomorrow but without them It really wont be the same.

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