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Old 06-16-2013, 01:41 AM   #421
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I'm brewing this tomorrow. I've not followed an actual recipe in years- just style guidelines. I have a question for the masses- I'm going to do the hop additions every few min. like I saw posted. Are other people doing this adding the additions directly into the wort, or into a steeping/straining bag? I can't decide if I think it's a big deal or not- so I thought I'd poke around and see if anyone has any strong feelings either way. . . .
I did 30 additions every 3 minutes. Straight into the boil, no bags. Divided warrior into 15 Dixie cups and added every 3 mins from 90-45. Combined the simcoe/ Amarillo and divided into 15 Dixie cups, added every 3 minutes from 45-flameout.
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Old 06-24-2013, 04:31 PM   #422
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Sure: Partial mash is going to be the way to go, you're going to want that character from the Amber malt. Subbing it for crystal won't give the same effect.

1lb 2-row (crushed)
1lb Amber (crushed)
-Steep(mash) those in a grain bag in 1gal of water between 152-155* for 30-45min. Discard grains.
-Add enough water to get you to the amount you normally use pre-boil.
-Add 9.5lbs Light DME or 12lbs Extra Light LME
-Follow the recipe from there, add your top off water to get to 5.5 in the fermenter

-Personally I would also sub out some of the DME or LME for some cane or corn sugar to make sure it attenuates enough. Use 12oz of cane or corn sugar, and 12oz less LME or DME.
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Old 07-08-2013, 04:31 PM   #423
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I recently made a 12 gal batch of this and used 2 different yeasts split the 12 gal to two better bottles and then pitched a Witbread yeast in one and a London ale yeast in other. I have used the 007 everytime on this brew but wanted to try some others.
The witbread yeast held more of a hop aroma but less hop flavor.
the london ale yeast was my favorite better than the 007 IMO.
it was hop resin taste nice smell and nice body. attenuated more than the witbread and more than the 007 ever has for me.
anyway just thought I would mention it.

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Old 07-24-2013, 04:41 AM   #424
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My LHBS didn't have the Fawcett, so they suggested I sub 1.25 lbs of Crystal-75. I went for it, but now I'm having serious reservations. They milled and mixed the 2-row and crystal 75 malts, so I'd need to ditch the grain bag. Thoughts?

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Old 07-24-2013, 04:48 AM   #425
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My LHBS didn't have the Fawcett, so they suggested I sub 1.25 lbs of Crystal-75. I went for it, but now I'm having serious reservations. They milled and mixed the 2-row and crystal 75 malts, so I'd need to ditch the grain bag. Thoughts?
damn - at the very least, mash LOW (like 148 for 90 minutes).

Better yet - buy 4 to 5 lbs more base malt, blend it in and weigh back out 17.25 lbs. This will lower the C75 percentage down to a more acceptable value.


Personally, I'd do both.


Edit: bummer about your LHBS staff. they should know better
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damn - at the very least, mash LOW (like 148 for 90 minutes).

Better yet - buy 4 to 5 lbs more base malt, blend it in and weigh back out 17.25 lbs. This will lower the C75 percentage down to a more acceptable value.


Personally, I'd do both.


Edit: bummer about your LHBS staff. they should know better
I think I'd rather just dump the mix, buy new base malt from another LHBS and the Fawcett online. Completely ruins any chance at brewing this weekend though.

Edit: For future reference, what's the issue with the 1.25 lbs of C-75?
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Crystal 75 is entirely different from Amber malt not to mention Thomas Fawcett. The grain mix you have will produce a beer more like S.N. Celebration, not bad actually; But not what you want. Can't believe they didn't suggest another Amber malt! Like Jammin said: Rather than wasting the grain you could go ahead and brew the batch as is or divide it in half and add more 2 row and brew 2 batches of a lighter beer.
Good luck with your brewing.

Since you only need a small amount of T.F. Amber, have it overnighted for the weekend.

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Since you only need a small amount of T.F. Amber, have it overnighted for the weekend.
Any recommendations where to get the TF Amber?
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http://www.farmhousebrewingsupply.co...-fawcett-1-lb/
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I'm in Canada. $21 shipping for $1.68 worth of grain.

Plus, a friend of mine and I actually ordered a couple pounds of this malt from Farmhouse a few months ago and had it shipped to a US address, then drove down and picked it up. They sent us Brown malt instead of the Thomas Fawcett Amber.

Not impressed with Farmhouse at all.

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