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Old 12-14-2007, 01:56 PM   #51
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I just transfered this to secondary 4 days ago and dry hopped. It now is crystal clear and i can see through to the other side of the carboy, (looks beautiful). I have never seen this before. it is always cloudy right through to bottling time. is this normal? will there be enough yeast to carbonate?

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Old 12-15-2007, 12:53 PM   #52
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also, the hops are all just floating on top and slowly dropping; should i try to get them to settle out? or do i just rack it to the bottle bucket and not worry?

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Old 12-15-2007, 01:21 PM   #53
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When you rack to the bottling bucket, just rack around the hops. It seems like everything is going fine for you- nice and clear already and being dry hopped now. It sounds good!

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Old 12-20-2007, 11:08 AM   #54
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thanks for converting this for me yooper! i bottled it last night and it already tastes great!

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Old 12-22-2007, 01:36 PM   #55
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This is my first beer with my new barley crusher..Im mashin right now. I took some advice and went for 155 to try to get a bit more malt and body. I have not used the crusher and up until now my eff. has sucked at 60 to 65. So i uped 10% as usual. I might exceed my OG a bit. If I hit 75% like I hope than my OG will be 1.076 to 1.077. High for sure. Im not sure if I want to have good eff. or a bad so I hit the recipe closer..I did up the hop a bit in case I do hit a higher number.

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Old 12-26-2007, 06:26 PM   #56
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The grain bill is roughly 13.5 pounds. At 1.25 quarts per pound the mash water comes out to about 4.25 gallons. I will get about 3.5 gallons after I vorlauf and drain to my 10 gallon kettle due to grain absorption.
I am going to do a batch sparge in my 10 gallon cooler with false bottom. How much water should I use?
I want to get to my boil volume which is about 6 gallons. I guess I would use only 2 gallons to achieve my boil volume in the kettle?

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Old 12-26-2007, 06:33 PM   #57
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The grain bill is roughly 13.5 pounds. At 1.25 quarts per pound the mash water comes out to about 4.25 gallons. I will get about 3.5 gallons after I vorlauf and drain to my 10 gallon kettle due to grain absorption.
I am going to do a batch sparge in my 10 gallon cooler with false bottom. How much water should I use?
I want to get to my boil volume which is about 6 gallons. I guess I would use only 2 gallons to achieve my boil volume in the kettle?
Do you have Beersmith? I have this recipe in Beersmith myself, and I could post that here if it'd help.
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I have Promash at home I was just trying to calculate this here at work. I can easily wait until I get home and let the software do the work.

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You talked me into it- I'm going to brew this again tomorrow!

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Just to give an update, took a sample out of primary today and with OG or 1.072 Im looking at FG 1.015..I beleive this is a bit closer to the original. Not much malt flavor but its only been 10 days ..seems like it will be very nice. I mashed at 155 for 60 so if anyone is interested.

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