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Old 10-16-2008, 09:13 PM   #191
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Yooper, just racked this over to secondary to dry hop. IT TASTED GREAT! I can't wait until some real hop aroma comes through on it.

Mine went from 1.069 to 1.009 so its right at 8%. I wanted it a little more malty, but what are you gonna do?

This is a great brew!

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Old 10-17-2008, 12:20 PM   #192
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Just transferred my last batch to the keg for the dry-hopping. Hooked it up to the gas and pulled a little taste this morning to see how it's coming along. Less than 12 hours on the dry-hop and the aroma is fantastic.

Now if I can keep my paws off it long enough for the aroma to fully develop and hit the appropriate level of carbonation, that would be an accomplishment!

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Old 10-22-2008, 01:46 AM   #193
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Does anyone on here have an extract version of this?

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Old 10-23-2008, 02:04 PM   #194
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Hey everyone, n00b question here re: my first AG brew on Saturday. I'm going to do this recipe as a 5 gallon batch. I'm going to mash in with 1.25 qt water/lb of grain (13 lbs pale malt and 6 oz maris otter), and I'm not sure how much sparge water to use - I have a 7.5 gallon kettle. Thanks for any and all help!

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Does anyone on here have an extract version of this?
There's an extract version of the recipe in post #27.
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Old 10-23-2008, 02:27 PM   #196
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Hey everyone, n00b question here re: my first AG brew on Saturday. I'm going to do this recipe as a 5 gallon batch. I'm going to mash in with 1.25 qt water/lb of grain (13 lbs pale malt and 6 oz maris otter), and I'm not sure how much sparge water to use - I have a 7.5 gallon kettle. Thanks for any and all help!
When I do it, I use the same 1.25 quarts/pound, and then I sparge with about 4.5 gallons to reach my boil volume of 6 gallons. I also have a 30 quart pot! I'd plan on having about 6 gallons available for the sparge, though, just in case you have more dead space in your MLT or if your grain absorbs more than you think it will.

Do you have Beersmith? If you do, I can send you the file.
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Do you have Beersmith? If you do, I can send you the file.
I don't yet, but will soon. I think you linked to it a few dozen posts back, so I'll get it from there later on. Thanks for your help, I REALLY appreciate it!
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I just mashed this one in about 15 minutes ago! I really like the DFH60, so I'm sure I'll be brewing more of this in the future too. I had to sub Columbus for the Warrior and I'm using US-05 yeast. Thanks for the recipe Yooper!

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Was thinking about brewing this using a safale 05....I wouldn't need a starter for a dry yeast as long as I re-hydrate would i?

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I pitched two packs, straight from the fridge. Just sprinkled it on.
The airlock is rockin' as of right now!

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