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Old 09-02-2013, 12:40 AM   #2081
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Brewing this up tomorrow. Looked at the "sessionable" aspect, and dropped the base to 11 lbs, but I could only get Crisp Amber and I went with pale ale base instead of regular pale 2-row. Same hop schedule, get to try out my newly-built hop spider. Using US-05 as it has served me well on my other IPA's. BS has this one coming in at 6.1% based on my efficiency, so looking forward to it as DFH60 is one of my favorite go-to IPA's. Thanks, Yoop!

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Old 09-02-2013, 12:46 AM   #2082
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Brewing this up tomorrow. Looked at the "sessionable" aspect, and dropped the base to 11 lbs, but I could only get Crisp Amber and I went with pale ale base instead of regular pale 2-row. Same hop schedule, get to try out my newly-built hop spider. Using US-05 as it has served me well on my other IPA's. BS has this one coming in at 6.1% based on my efficiency, so looking forward to it as DFH60 is one of my favorite go-to IPA's. Thanks, Yoop!
I made this today. Well, sort of. I changed it up, making more my "house IPA" than the DFH clone it started out to be.

I used 20 pounds of two-row and 1 pound crisp amber malt for a 10 gallon batch, so I'd end up with less than 6% ABV. I really like session IPAs, so I can have a couple of them and still be functional.
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Old 09-21-2013, 12:27 AM   #2083
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I'm going to brew a version of this on Sunday but I don't have any more amarillo. Would you suggest Citra or Cascade to substitute?

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Old 09-21-2013, 12:28 AM   #2084
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I'm going to brew a version of this on Sunday but I don't have any more amarillo. Would you suggest Citra or Cascade to substitute?
Cascade is closer. Ahtanum would be nice.
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Cascade is closer. Ahtanum would be nice.
Thanks. I wrote it up with cascade. Used all my Amarillo in double jack and 90 min clones this year.
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Old 09-21-2013, 11:33 PM   #2086
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So I kegged this up on Thursday, and it's drinkable today. Now let me just say, I am a HUGE DFH 60 fanboy...been to the brewpub, been to the brewery, got the t-shirt...love the stuff. But I would say that this recipe is as good, if not slightly better! The bitterness seems a touch smother than the "real" DFH. Hats off to you, Yooper, this is a keeper! Will now be my house IPA. As I stated in my earlier post, I lightened up the base grain bill a little, to 11# of Pale Ale malt, and the ABV came in at 6.3, which is pretty much spot on for what I was shooting for.
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So I kegged this up on Thursday, and it's drinkable today. Now let me just say, I am a HUGE DFH 60 fanboy...been to the brewpub, been to the brewery, got the t-shirt...love the stuff. But I would say that this recipe is as good, if not slightly better! The bitterness seems a touch smother than the "real" DFH. Hats off to you, Yooper, this is a keeper! Will now be my house IPA. As I stated in my earlier post, I lightened up the base grain bill a little, to 11# of Pale Ale malt, and the ABV came in at 6.3, which is pretty much spot on for what I was shooting for.
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I'm glad you like it as much as I do! I really love this beer. I'm drinking it right now (at this moment, in fact) but used BRY-97 for the yeast, and a higher sulfate water than I normally do, and I just don't like it as much as the "regular" version.

This one has a more pronounced almost exaggerated firm bitterness and less hops aroma. I did read on the BRY-97 description that beers could be less hoppy due to high flocculation, but it's still firmly bitter. I'm going to make the next batch exactly according to the recipe!
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Old 09-25-2013, 02:09 AM   #2088
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Well, I just used good ol' US-05, and it tastes wonderful! As an experiment though, I might actually try it with either s-04 or one of the other English strains just for curiosity's sake.

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Just had to say it...so it's been a couple of weeks or so now since this became drinkable, and now that it's "cleared" and aged a bit, it is now my favorite! So now I have two "house brews"...this and my brown ale. Guess I need to publish the recipe for my brown and see if anybody else likes it as much as the folks here do...

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Just finished my brew day and I am so excited. Thanks to Yooper I had many of my questions answered and I am now very confident. Wort smelled so delicious and I got 1.070 with the DME version. Can't wait to see how it ferments. Thanks Yooper, you have been a great help!

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