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Old 10-25-2010, 11:06 PM   #681
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the biggest problem with this brew is that it is just so damned good. I swore off weeknight drinking on doctor's orders, but tried just one, and just like the old Frito Lay potato chip ads, "you can't eat (drink) just one." I just poured number 3 after three weeks in the bottle and the aroma, taste, creamy head, color; well, as perfect an IPA as I have ever had. Thanks, Yooper!

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Old 10-26-2010, 03:31 AM   #682
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That is beautiful, congrats.

Cannot WAIT to try mine. I feel like I should be brewing a second batch right away.

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Old 10-26-2010, 04:12 AM   #683
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That is beautiful, congrats.

Cannot WAIT to try mine. I feel like I should be brewing a second batch right away.
I would, first batch I made lasted a just a little under 2 weeks, and I only shared 3 bottles
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Old 10-26-2010, 03:35 PM   #684
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So, it was a bad time to lend out my turkey fryer is what you are saying

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Old 10-26-2010, 04:24 PM   #685
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boy I just went and priced out the extract recipe from my LHBS website...gonna be a price batch 5gal extract/~43.20 with some hops left over.

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Old 10-26-2010, 04:26 PM   #686
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boy I just went and priced out the extract recipe from my LHBS website...gonna be a price batch 5gal extract/~43.20 with some hops left over.
Precisely why I just went to All-Grain.

With Bulk Grains and Hops, and reused US-05 yeast. I estimate the cost of this batch around 13-15 dollars!
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Yeah I want to go all grain but I dont have the equipment yet...
i'm working on it

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Precisely why I just went to All-Grain.

With Bulk Grains and Hops, and reused US-05 yeast. I estimate the cost of this batch around 13-15 dollars!
wow, really? I just paid close to 40 shipped for my ingredients.

speaking of which, my order shipped...so i'll be making it with 8oz of maris otter malt instead of the recipe's 6oz
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Old 10-26-2010, 10:29 PM   #689
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wow, really? I just paid close to 40 shipped for my ingredients.

speaking of which, my order shipped...so i'll be making it with 8oz of maris otter malt instead of the recipe's 6oz
It's cheap for me, too. I buy those hops by the pound, reuse yeast, and buy my grain in buk. My cost for a batch of this (5 gallon size) is about $12.

Extract is expensive, and hops can be expensive, too, but this recipe is worth it!
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hmmm, guess this means i need to find somewhere in the house to store bulk grain

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