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Old 03-16-2012, 08:04 PM   #71
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I cant find simcoe! anyone suggest anything i can sub it out with?

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Old 03-16-2012, 09:20 PM   #72
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BTW, i am doing this as a partial. Here are the changes i have made to the original recipe:

6# Pale 2 Row
8lb Pale LME OR 7LB DME

everything else is the same. for all of your future references, 1lb of whole grain = .75 LME or .66 DME

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Old 03-20-2012, 02:36 AM   #73
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I brewed this yesterday and didn't realize until my FO addition I forgot to buy oak chips. OOPS! So now I'm thinking maybe I'll just add them to my secondary with my dry hopping. Thoughts??

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Old 03-27-2012, 12:50 AM   #74
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I just brewed this one Sunday afternoon and today my ferment is running a little hot. With a beer like this one do you think that will have a negative effect? Also did you boil the oak before adding it or trust that it was clean? Following from that, if you did boil it, did you add the water that you boiled it in or stain it off?

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Old 04-02-2012, 01:29 AM   #75
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14.5# American Two Row
1.3# Cara-Pils
1.3# Crystal 40
.50# Munich

Mash for 60 minutes at 152. 90 minute boil.

Hop Additions:

90 Min- .50 oz Chinook (11.5% AA)
.50 oz Simcoe (12% AA)

60 Min- .25 oz Chinook
.25 oz Simcoe

30 Min- .25 oz Chinook
.25 oz Simcoe

15 Min- .75 Simcoe
.75 Chinook
.50 Amarillo (11.5%)

10 Min- 1 oz. Cascade (5.8%)

O Min- .50 Chinook
.75 Simcoe

Dry Hop- 2 oz. Amarillo
1.5 oz. Cascade
.5 oz Chinook

1 oz. of American Medium Toast Oak Cubes is added at the same time you pitch your yeast. I did this the first time as an experiment and man I think it makes a contribution in smoothness and just enough of a hint in the taste.

I did it the second time and got the same great results again. I only let it sit on the oak for 14-17 days until I'm ready to package the beer. Dry hops were all added to the primary after 7 days or obvious fermentation had settled down.

This recipe is based on the Green flash West Coast IPA on the Brewing Network "Can you Brew It" show. I changed around the hop schedule and made some additions and I can't get enough of this beer.

I've brewed it twice now and it is extremely drinkable. I brew a lot of IPA's but this is by far my favorite. The aroma is SO orange and citrusy. That's why I'm being a dork and calling it fresh squeezed.

If you give this one a try, you won't be disappointed.
I may have missed it, but what yeast do you use with this?
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Old 04-02-2012, 04:04 PM   #76
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I just brewed this one Sunday afternoon and today my ferment is running a little hot. With a beer like this one do you think that will have a negative effect? Also did you boil the oak before adding it or trust that it was clean? Following from that, if you did boil it, did you add the water that you boiled it in or stain it off?
I would not let this ferment out too hot as it is such a high OG, you might get some very alcoholy flavors. also, as for oak chips, i've never had a problem with simply putting them into the beer without sanitizing. then again, i have decided to not use any oak in this beer.

As for yeast, he says he used US-05. I personally am going to be using Wyeast American Ale II 1272 as it imparts citrusy flavors in the beer which, if you've read this thread at all, is kinda the idea of this beer.
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Old 04-06-2012, 04:11 AM   #77
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Brewed. OG 1.081.... kinda high from 1.070. I contribute it to an accidentally higher mash temp. oooops!

oh well, it'll still be beer in the end.

*edit* so i realized after plugging this into beersmith, the estimated OG is actually 1.086. huuuuh???

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Old 04-08-2012, 10:52 PM   #78
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Im brewing this right now and I ended up adding the cascade instead of the chinook for the 1st hops so I add an extra half oz of chinook at 30 min and jyst the rest of the casade when Im suppose and dont have the oak chips so Ill see what happens and should I add the oak chips tomorrow morning after my lhbs opens?

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I've never had a beer absolutely take off as hard as this one before just to crap out after a few days. weird.

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Old 04-16-2012, 03:37 AM   #80
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First time to brew all-grain for me. Also first time using BeerSmith. So I was all upset that I was so far off on my numbers - BeerSmith said this would be 1.091 but I ended up only at 1.073. Then I look here and it said 1.070 so I guess maybe I don't know how to work the program yet.

Looking forward to drinking this one.

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