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Old 05-27-2010, 05:40 PM   #561
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I just did the extract version last night, I used 14# of PLME and it will have 8oz of hops in total when done. I'm throwing in some summit into secondary when I get there. OG came out at 1.082, glad I had a 2l starter going. I can't wait for this one to be done it smelled awesome as it went into primary.

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Old 05-27-2010, 06:26 PM   #562
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I brewed a ten gallon batch of this recipe. However, I just realized that I only have about 7-8 gallons total in the fermenter! Ah!!!

What do I do? Do I add water? Top it off until 10 gallons? I feel stupid!

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I brewed a ten gallon batch of this recipe. However, I just realized that I only have about 7-8 gallons total in the fermenter! Ah!!!

What do I do? Do I add water? Top it off until 10 gallons? I feel stupid!
What's the OG?
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What's the OG?
Feel free to call me stoo-pid cuz I forgot to measure it.

I used beersmith. I accounted for a loss of about 1 gallon from trub and about 1.5 gallons from boil. About 13 gallon boil volume total. I probably had too much heat during the boil and boiled too much, but 5-6 gallons in 60 minutes? I'm pretty sure I exceeded the brewhouse efficiency that I setup in the recipe cuz on was on temp and on time the whole way through with no mistakes... except for not checking the OG!

I'll check the FG and post it on my next post (if that'll even help at all!).
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Old 05-28-2010, 12:07 PM   #565
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Feel free to call me stoo-pid cuz I forgot to measure it.

I used beersmith. I accounted for a loss of about 1 gallon from trub and about 1.5 gallons from boil. About 13 gallon boil volume total. I probably had too much heat during the boil and boiled too much, but 5-6 gallons in 60 minutes? I'm pretty sure I exceeded the brewhouse efficiency that I setup in the recipe cuz on was on temp and on time the whole way through with no mistakes... except for not checking the OG!

I'll check the FG and post it on my next post (if that'll even help at all!).

I don't really have any good advice. If the OG was very high, you could add water to get the correct OG so that the volume is greater and the beer is balanced. If the OG was low, you don't want to add water and "water it down". That's why I asked. Without knowing, I just can't can't help with it. Sorry!
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Well 2 days in and I had a huge blow off, took the top off of my bucket. Lots of overflow luckily I ferment in a tub. Got it cleaned all up and back in order. I hope I did not lose to much yeasties. It smells sooo awsome can't wait to start dry hopping this one.

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Old 05-28-2010, 03:19 PM   #567
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Yeah this beer is an absolute home run if you like dfh and their 60 min, i could brew this for the rest of my life.

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I don't really have any good advice. If the OG was very high, you could add water to get the correct OG so that the volume is greater and the beer is balanced. If the OG was low, you don't want to add water and "water it down". That's why I asked. Without knowing, I just can't can't help with it. Sorry!
I do agree that without sufficient evidence, it is impossible to make an educated decision. However, if you were in my shoes (ew!), what would you do?

P.S. Let this be a lesson that taking the OG is required!
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I do agree that without sufficient evidence, it is impossible to make an educated decision. However, if you were in my shoes (ew!), what would you do?

P.S. Let this be a lesson that taking the OG is required!
I'd let it go. Taste it when done. If it's way too boozy and it needs some water, you could add more then at bottling time. Instead of adding 2 cups of water to your priming sugar, add 1/2 gallon for example. If it's too "thin", dry hop more.

I bet, though, that it'll be fine. You'll just have less beer, and wish you had more!
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Hey Yoop, how long do you dry hop this recipe for?

Making it tomorrow.

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