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Old 04-06-2011, 01:33 AM   #971
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AG sounds like the way to go brother, it's my near future doing a bunch of reading and brewing.
Good Luck..
Check out the BIAB. It's really quite easy and fun.
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Old 04-06-2011, 01:46 AM   #972
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18 DOLLARS I bought everything today from my LHBS 3..3.3lbs extract, hops, liquid yeast, caps, steeping grains, grain bag, priming sugar it ran me about 80 bucks.I am so excited to brew this batch, but I would be doing back flips if I got all the material for 18 dollars!Where did you place your order?
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I'm brewing AG and have a good yeast cake I want to use, so no yeast. I keg, so no caps or priming sugar. I just re-checked my order and it was $22 for this one and $18 for the stout. I did drop the base grain from 13 to 11lbs though, but as is would have been 26ish.

I'm also brewing 5gal batches.
One cost problem with this beer in particular is the hops - Warrior, Simcoe and Amarillo are all proprietary strains, and the latter 2 in particular are rather scarce in bulk at the moment and very expensive by the ounce. Without the hops this recipe would only run me $7 or $8 for the grain and yeast, but add in the hops and I'm looking closer to $30.
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Old 04-06-2011, 03:49 AM   #973
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Brewing wxtract has its positives. Cheaper equipment, more calculated, less room for error. With all grain the bill for grain is cheaper however equipment is a big investment and the possibility of an oops is higher. Oops dont always end well at my house. If my gf hears oops she has learned to duck and cover.

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Old 04-06-2011, 05:26 AM   #974
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One cost problem with this beer in particular is the hops - Warrior, Simcoe and Amarillo are all proprietary strains, and the latter 2 in particular are rather scarce in bulk at the moment and very expensive by the ounce. Without the hops this recipe would only run me $7 or $8 for the grain and yeast, but add in the hops and I'm looking closer to $30.
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r equipment, more calculated, less room for error. With all grain the bill for grain is cheaper however equipment is a big investment and the possibility of an oops is higher. Oops dont always end well at my house. If my gf hears oops she has learned to duck and cover.


Either way this will be my 5th extract batch I got over the cost pretty quick I'm sure most people do.Having a newborn in the house is kind of holding back from going AG.I know I would have to walk away for something then a Holy #!*& moment would happen.

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Old 04-09-2011, 05:22 PM   #975
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Brewed this last night. Slightly different hops schedule and a couple less lb's of 2row, but threw it on a Notty cake and it's bubblin' away happy this morning. Excited to try it.

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Old 04-09-2011, 08:14 PM   #976
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Brewed this last night as well. Pacman is already shooting out the blowoff

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Old 04-09-2011, 09:43 PM   #977
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Anyone have advice on what the optimum timing is for this beer? I want to have it mature nicely, but not overshoot that juicy early hop phase.

I'll be kegging it most likely.

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Old 04-10-2011, 02:25 AM   #978
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Just got done brewing this on can't wait thanks for the recipe!!

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Old 04-10-2011, 06:45 PM   #979
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I just brewed this a week ago with 1187 Ringwood yeast and I started fermentation at 63 F for the first 4 days, but the temperature here in Utah has dropped and my ferm fridge in the garage got down to about 53f and now it is sitting in there at about 56F. I don't have a heater in there. Will this temp drop affect this beer? Should I try to warm it up or just leave it alone?

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Old 04-12-2011, 12:39 PM   #980
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I brewed this beer on Saturday night and realized I forgot to take a gravity ready (I know amateur move) well it's Tuesday and it's STILL going, fermenting like crazy.My 6.5 gallon glass carboy is foaming out of the airlock so obviously the yeast is doing a great job.My question would be, when would be a good time to rack to secondary to dry hop? I have no O.G to go by two weeks my be three..?

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