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Old 01-17-2013, 03:20 AM   #181
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Old 01-18-2013, 11:03 AM   #182
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Thank you very much - work's like a charm

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Old 01-22-2013, 07:12 PM   #183
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Brewed a batch Sunday, looks great can't wait to try it.

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Old 01-27-2013, 11:10 AM   #184
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This recipe looks so good. I never knew I wanted to make a black IIPA till I saw this I'm going to have to make a hop substitution for the Amarillo. Any thoughts on a good sub for it. I see most people use Cascade as a go to instead of Amarillo. I have some Simcoe, Summit, CTZ, Falconers Flight and Falconers 7C's. I read that the Summit has monster Citrus/Tangerine notes but I have never tried it but there is that garlic/onion issue some people have. I can get cascade but I wanted to know if anyone has used any of the ones I listed with awesome results.

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Old 01-27-2013, 01:46 PM   #185
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I'm going to have to make a hop substitution for the Amarillo. Any thoughts on a good sub for it. I see most people use Cascade as a go to instead of Amarillo.
Just brewed this yesterday and subbed Amarillo with 50/50 Cascade & Ahtanum.
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Old 01-27-2013, 03:03 PM   #186
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I've found the amarillo to be perfect for this beer and wouldn't sub it unless i was unable to get it.

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Old 01-27-2013, 05:04 PM   #187
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Just brewed this yesterday and subbed Amarillo with 50/50 Cascade & Ahtanum.
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I've found the amarillo to be perfect for this beer and wouldn't sub it unless i was unable to get it.
That's why it was subbed...
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Old 01-27-2013, 05:45 PM   #188
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I wanna sub it because I'm gonna have to import it as I live in South Africa and the people who I can purchase/import from dont have stock, almost always SOLD OUT. Could probably get off ebay but I dont want to spend as much money on importing them as I do on the rest of the grain/hop bill, haha. So, any other suggestions for a substitution. Im leaning towards cascade but has anyone tried any other interesting hops that might work as well.

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This brew turned out fantastic! The head on it is gorgeous and lasts forever! Hop flavor and aroma is delicious and perfect! I recently tried a local brewery's BIIPA and found it, while enjoyable, much too roasty. Like 2 minutes after a sip all I can taste still is roast. Contrast to here there is very little roasted character despite being pitch black. I brewed this up again, 3 gallon batch, and added in 6oz of black malt to get a little more roast into the recipe which is something I think I'd really like for this recipe. Can't wait to see how it turns out, this will definitely be a regular brew!

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Just brewed this yesterday and subbed Amarillo with 50/50 Cascade & Ahtanum.
As Duffman commented, the finished product was quite enjoyable. If forced carbing, ready for consumption in 3 weeks but I did a set and forget and was ready in 4.

A 10 gallon batch was shared with my associate Brewmeister and he fermented his @ 68 degrees while mine was @ 64. After a taste test, his fiancee preferred mine to his. Hope that doesn't create any turmoil in their relationship!

On a side note, need to be a little more diligent siphoning off after secondary. Had a stuck dip tube when first tapping the keg since the week it was on the gas, any hops introduced while racking settled to the bottom. All is good now and there are plans to introduce a filtering process in the future to eliminate this problem.
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