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Old 10-07-2012, 02:41 PM   #1681
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I got my 2012 amarillo hops, so I'm brewing this again tomorrow. I have some WLP001 that is just crying out to be used.
Do tell! I'm seeing December from a bunch of places on availability.
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Old 10-08-2012, 08:17 AM   #1682
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Thanks, Yooper, for the advice a while back on using alternative malts to TF. This was my first AG version of your recipe and while I had a couple of hiccups, I really enjoyed what victory malt and Pacman yeast brought to the finished product. I still am on the hunt for TF amber to see if it takes this beer to the top. Thanks, again!

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Old 10-21-2012, 01:04 AM   #1683
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Would Safale S04 work well with this recipe? The DFH 90 Clone uses S04: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f69/dogfish-head-90-minute-clone-260675/

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Old 10-21-2012, 02:31 AM   #1684
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I still am on the hunt for TF amber to see if it takes this beer to the top.
http://stores.mdhb.com/-strse-1690/AMBER-MALT-THOMAS-FAWCETT/Detail.bok

Great folks! I usually purchase in person, but the one online order I did place, shipped the same day. Grains come milled unless requested otherwise.
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Old 10-21-2012, 03:37 AM   #1685
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.75 Warrior hops 16.4% AA (60 minutes) SEE NOTES ON HOPPING!
.50 Amarillo Gold 8.5% (35 minutes)
.50 Simcoe 12% (30 minutes)
.50 Simcoe 12% Dry hop
1.00 Amarillo Gold Dry hop
Irish Moss ( 1 tsp with 15 minutes left in the boil)

Continuous hopping! Add 1/2 the warrior at 60 minutes and then add a little at a time until 35 minutes. AT 35 minutes, mix the amarillo and simcoe together and add a little at a time until you are at 0. Try to time the additions so that you end up with a few hops still at 0 minutes.

If I understand the hop schedule correctly, it would be?

-.38 Warrior @ 60 minutes
-.38 Warrior continuiously added until 35 minutes
-.50 Simcoe and .50 Amarillo combined and continuiously added for the remaining 25 minutes

-.50 Simcoe and 1oz of Amarillo Dry Hop
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If I understand the hop schedule correctly, it would be?

-.38 Warrior @ 60 minutes
-.38 Warrior continuiously added until 35 minutes
-.50 Simcoe and .50 Amarillo combined and continuiously added for the remaining 25 minutes

-.50 Simcoe and 1oz of Amarillo Dry Hop
.50 simcoe and .50 amarillo continuous hopping for the remaining 35 minutes - you have it for 25.
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Old 10-24-2012, 10:41 PM   #1687
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I brewed this once as an extract version. Loved it! I've now moved to AG. This will be my 3rd AG batch and I'm looking forward to it. Although last time I brewed this, I lost a lot of volume to hops and such. What would I have to do to get 5.5 gallons in the fermenter? I've also been having low efficiency out of the mash. I have more than enough hops and grains in my inventory to do this batch, so the question is would i scale up my grain bill slightly to account for the low efficiency and scaling up 1/2 gallon?

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Old 10-24-2012, 11:34 PM   #1688
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I brewed this once as an extract version. Loved it! I've now moved to AG. This will be my 3rd AG batch and I'm looking forward to it. Although last time I brewed this, I lost a lot of volume to hops and such. What would I have to do to get 5.5 gallons in the fermenter? I've also been having low efficiency out of the mash. I have more than enough hops and grains in my inventory to do this batch, so the question is would i scale up my grain bill slightly to account for the low efficiency and scaling up 1/2 gallon?
Use a 5 gallon paint strainer bag for the hops, mash lower or longer to get better efficiency. Try 4oz acid malt to help efficiency as well. Just some suggestions.
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Old 10-25-2012, 02:57 PM   #1689
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Hello all. First Post. Been registered and reading for awhile. Alot of great info. Thanks folks.

Was looking at using this recipe to clone DFH60IPA and recently picked up a sixer of this great beer (haven't had it in awhile). The aroma that I am getting has a distinct onion/garlic smell along with the citrus. This obviously wouldn't be accurate with the Amarillo, but maybe the Simcoe?? I am pretty new to homebrewing (couple years) and never brewed a batch with Simcoe. But from what I have read it is typically more piney?? Am I getting the onion-esque aroma from the Simcoe?? Thoughts?

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