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Old 05-22-2012, 04:20 PM   #1551
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Last bottle of dfh 60 I had didn't state the abv. Same with the 120 I had.
60 is 6%, 90 is 9% and 120 is 18%. Doesnt bother me though, mine came out to be 7.1%. I was just wondering is all.
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Old 05-24-2012, 01:51 PM   #1552
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Yooper - Not sure if this has won any awards... but it kind of won an award!



Two modifications to your original recipe... Subbed honey malt for the amber malt. Also, I dump all the Warrior in at 60. I hop the rest according to your plan.
And last weekend the same batch of this (made 10 gallons, 5 for each fest) garnered 21/50, lol.

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Old 05-28-2012, 02:00 PM   #1553
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I'm making 10 gallons of this today, well with just a few changes.

I am out of amber malt, so I"m using Rahr two-row for the base, with .50 pound of melanoidin malt and .25 pound of victory malt instead of the amber.

I lowered the grainbill a tad, to target 1.060 for the OG so I'm using 22 pounds of the Rahr two-row. I'm using magnum for bittering, and WLP001 for the yeast strain.

Other than that, it's going to be the same.

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Old 05-28-2012, 07:16 PM   #1554
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Brewed my third batch of this on Saturday. I just can not seem to keep any of this around. It is just too good.

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Old 05-30-2012, 12:00 AM   #1555
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Based on all the positive feedback, I had to try this so I gave it a shot on Monday. It was a great brewday.. The fermentor is happily bubbling away with yeast I harvested from a bottle of DFH Squall. Its my first time harvesting yeast. So far, so good! I know the yeast is mainly their carbonation yeast, but there is some of their proprietary strain too because it is unfiltered. Plus, their carbonation yeast is the one they use for their beers at and over 12% abv (at least thats the information I got).

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Old 05-30-2012, 12:42 AM   #1556
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So i checked my gravity on saturday (6 days in primary): 1.030. Tried shaking it up a little, got the temp up around 68-70. And i just checked it again 3 days later. Still 1.030 ... whats going on? I dont know why its not dropping now.
My OG was 1.067. I expected the nottingham to have done its job quickly but now its like not even moving.

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Old 05-30-2012, 01:29 AM   #1557
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So i checked my gravity on saturday (6 days in primary): 1.030. Tried shaking it up a little, got the temp up around 68-70. And i just checked it again 3 days later. Still 1.030 ... whats going on? I dont know why its not dropping now.
My OG was 1.067. I expected the nottingham to have done its job quickly but now its like not even moving.
It sure should have! If it's not moving in a few days, I'd try repitching, unless it as an AG batch and the mash temp might have been too high.
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Pulled my first pint of this over the weekend and it is fantastic. Great flavor. Will definitely be doing this recipe again.

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I'm making 10 gallons of this today, well with just a few changes.

I am out of amber malt, so I"m using Rahr two-row for the base, with .50 pound of melanoidin malt and .25 pound of victory malt instead of the amber.

I lowered the grainbill a tad, to target 1.060 for the OG so I'm using 22 pounds of the Rahr two-row. I'm using magnum for bittering, and WLP001 for the yeast strain.

Other than that, it's going to be the same.
I admire creative brewing.
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It sure should have! If it's not moving in a few days, I'd try repitching, unless it as an AG batch and the mash temp might have been too high.
It was an extract batch.. Repitch with an entire packet of Nottingham or S-05? Would I risk bottle bombs bottling at this gravity? And why would it stop?
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