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Old 09-19-2007, 03:23 AM   #21
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Great recipe Yooper!

Tasted my first one that has been bottled for a week. Great taste, great aroma. I haven't had a DFH in a while (couple months), but from what I can remeber this is even better.

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Old 11-06-2007, 03:15 AM   #22
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I finally got around to buying a 6 pack of this and doing a side by side. Mine has much better aroma, I think the hop flavor stands out a little more. The DFH has more malt flavor than mine and a thicker mouth feel, I think a higher mash temp would fix that but I am not complaining. I think I like mine better and it is a hell of a lot cheaper.

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When I was looking at this thread before and saw Yuri's picture I thought mine was way off. Turns out his just looks dark compared to mine.

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Old 11-06-2007, 04:53 AM   #23
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oh i'm definitely going to make this...i'm a huge dogfish head fan and now that i'm in canada on the other side of the continent i can't get it! thanks!

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Old 11-06-2007, 11:33 AM   #24
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Thanks for the pictures. This is probably my favorite recipe. I've made it several times, and I've been mashing higher to try to keep it a little maltier and less attenuative.

Thanks for the feedback, too!

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can i use the same recipe with 9.9 lbs of LME? I wanted to stick with the conversion, but didn't want to waste any precious extract! Also, what can i substitute maris otter with if my LHBS doesnt have it?

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can i use the same recipe with 9.9 lbs of LME? I wanted to stick with the conversion, but didn't want to waste any precious extract! Also, what can i substitute maris otter with if my LHBS doesnt have it?

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some amber malt extract should work.
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When I did the conversion to extract for someone, I came up with this:

8 pounds 8 ounces DME
1 pound crystal 40L

For an og of 1.075. I would use the crystal and just skip the amber malt. For LME, I think 9.9 pounds would be about right.

I'm not sure about the hopping, though, if you're doing a partial boil. If you are boiling less than 5 gallons, let me run it through Beersmith for you (unless you have your own software).

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i am going to use a 3 gallon boil. .....i'm still a rookie. thank you very much!

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i am going to use a 3 gallon boil. .....i'm still a rookie. thank you very much!
I just saw this- I hope it's not too late to give you the info!

For a 3 gallon boil, the hops should be changed like this:

1 ounce warrior (instead of .75)
.75 ounce simcoe
.75 ounce amarillo gold

Dryhopping should be the same!
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no, we are doing it tomorrow. thanks for the help!

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