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Old 11-27-2012, 01:50 PM   #1741
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My LHBS had amarillo too. The guy said he got about 50 ounces, and that would probably be it for the year. How long will those pellets stay good for if I throw them in the fridge? I may go back and get a few more, but I don't plan on using them for a couple months.
Squeeze all the air out, wrap them up tight and store them in the freezer. They will be fine.
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:07 AM   #1742
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If your looking for Amarillo I just got some in from Freshhops.

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Old 11-29-2012, 02:07 AM   #1743
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@Yooper:

I am curious about the differences in the AG recipe -vs- Extract. There seems to be more hops in the extract version and the SRM is darker than what BeerSmith calculates for the AG as well.
I brewed the extract recipe and it was great. Now, I want to do the AG version but I'm thinking I need to bump up the hops and adjust the grail bill for some color. Any thoughts on these things?

Your input is appreciated!

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Old 11-29-2012, 02:10 AM   #1744
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@Yooper:

I am curious about the differences in the AG recipe -vs- Extract. There seems to be more hops in the extract version and the SRM is darker than what BeerSmith calculates for the AG as well.
I brewed the extract recipe and it was great. Now, I want to do the AG version but I'm thinking I need to bump up the hops and adjust the grail bill for some color. Any thoughts on these things?

Your input is appreciated!
Since amber malt must be mashed, I sub crystal malt in the extract version, so it made a darker color. Since it's a partial boil, there are more hops.

If you follow the AG recipe, with the grainbill and the hopping, it'll be great.
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Old 11-29-2012, 02:43 AM   #1745
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Thanks for the lightning fast response! I do appreciate the explanations. On the hops, BeerSmith cacls ~107.5 IBU's for the extract but only ~57.4 for the AG. I guess this may be a BeerSmith thing but it's why I'm asking the questions. Since I do like big hops, I'm thinking of kicking it up a bit for grins...

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Old 11-29-2012, 04:03 PM   #1746
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I use bmw for getting my ingredients but cannot find pacman(wyeast 1764) yeast. What should I sub for it?

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I use bmw for getting my ingredients but cannot find pacman(wyeast 1764) yeast. What should I sub for it?
WLP001 is great, as is S05 for dry yeast.
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I use bmw for getting my ingredients but cannot find pacman(wyeast 1764) yeast. What should I sub for it?
I have used 1056 in the past. It came out perfect. BTW HomebrewHeaven, RebelBrewer, and MoreBeer have Pacman yeast.
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Thanks for the lightning fast response! I do appreciate the explanations. On the hops, BeerSmith cacls ~107.5 IBU's for the extract but only ~57.4 for the AG. I guess this may be a BeerSmith thing but it's why I'm asking the questions. Since I do like big hops, I'm thinking of kicking it up a bit for grins...
Hop utilization is affected by wort gravity and extract brewers generally do partial boils hence the increase in hops to compensate for decreased utilization due to higher boil gravity. If you do extract but a full boil you'd need to use the AG recipe hop schedule. In beersmith for the extract recipe set the equipment profile to use a 3-5 gallon pot and the IBUs will fall back in line.
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Old 11-29-2012, 11:43 PM   #1750
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I just took a gravity reading and put in the hops for dry hopping. It was at 1.023. I used US-05. It started fermenting a little low maybe around 61 then it stayed right at 63 during peak fermentation and now it is going back to 61. Could that have slowed it down that much? When I put the lid back on I gave it a slight shake to move the yeast around a little. I might need to put a heater in my fridge to warm it up a little because it is getting cold in my basement now.

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