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Old 03-09-2011, 06:58 PM   #921
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Has anybody tried keeping it in the primary only a week then moving to the secondary and dry hopping for two weeks? Do you think this would work? Thoughts and ideas are greatly appreciated!
I had it in primary for just 12 days. It was at the FG for 2 days already so I racked over to secondary.
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Old 03-09-2011, 09:33 PM   #922
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Has anybody tried keeping it in the primary only a week then moving to the secondary and dry hopping for two weeks? Do you think this would work? Thoughts and ideas are greatly appreciated!
if fermentation is done, then yes. If my initial gravity reading after 6 or 7 days is 1.016 or less, I transfer. If it's slightly higher (1.20+), I'll waiting until its in the finished range of 1.010 to 1.018. People do say that 3 days of constistent readings is a fail proof method, but my method hasn't failed me yet, plus checking that many times increases the risk of infection. A hydrometer tells all, so, yes, it can be done.
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Old 03-10-2011, 01:28 PM   #923
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Can anyone send me the .bsm file for a 5 gallon all grain version of the CLONE. Jhenderson27@yahoo.com thanks!

I do single infusion no mash out. I have a 52 qt igloo and a 7.5g boil kettle.

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Old 03-11-2011, 01:43 PM   #924
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I saw that AHS offers a 60 minute IPA clone. What caught my attention was that they recommend WLP002 english ale or Wyeast Ringwood ale for this beer. Has anybody ever tried those strains with this recipe? I am wondering how much of a difference it would be instead of using WLP001 or Pacman

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Old 03-11-2011, 04:32 PM   #925
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Anybody? Was considering brewing sunday. Any recipe changes or updates to it. I read quite a bit but not all 93 pages. Someone chime in with the closest possible to the original.

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Old 03-11-2011, 05:22 PM   #926
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Has anybody tried keeping it in the primary only a week then moving to the secondary and dry hopping for two weeks? Do you think this would work? Thoughts and ideas are greatly appreciated!
Why not dry hop in the primary? I'd wait until a few days after I hit FG, and then dump my dry hops into the primary. I'd leave them for 7-10 days, then I'd bottle. No point exposing the beer to oxygenation and infection more than you have to.
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Old 03-11-2011, 08:20 PM   #927
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The guys at my LHBS have been experimenting with dry hopping at different stages for the last year or so. They do a lot of dry hopping at the 4-7 day mark of primary fermentation, and have had no issues with it. The yeast movement helps to circulate the hops and has seemed, to us at least, to give it a better hop bite, and aroma. I myself dry hop in primary and have had no problems

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Old 03-12-2011, 02:26 AM   #928
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I just tasted my first of this recipe tonight and it's GOOOOOD!

I did primary-only. 15 days to bottling. last 9 days dry hopped, and last 5 days with added gelatin fining.

The clearest beer I've ever made. The hops taste and smell are incredible! I think I have a new favorite!

Great recipe Yooper! THANKS!

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Old 03-14-2011, 04:54 PM   #929
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I just read through about 35 pages of this post and it sounds like a great recipe. I want to brew this week and have Warrior and Simcoe but no Amarillo.

I have Centennial, Cascade, Ahtanum, and Williamette on hand. Does anyone know if any/or a combo of these hops will make something similar to the original? I have never brewed with these hops before so I'm not sure which is best. Thanks.

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Old 03-14-2011, 05:55 PM   #930
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By the numbers and substitue guide on beersmith I would say go with cascade. Its not going to be the same, just similar. Centennial is gonna be a little higher alpha but still recommended, just less the same. I love he aromatic presence cascade gives. Id personally go win that but it's your beer my friend.

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