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Old 09-10-2013, 10:49 AM   #41
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Labelpeelers.com. They are pretty well stocked still on most stuff. I think amarillo is about the only one they are completely sold out of. I want to say they started taking pre-orders for the 2012 crop late last fall or it may have even been december. I may be mis-remembering that though. The 2013 southern hemisphere crop (nelson, galaxy, motueka) just became available in the last month or so.

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Old 09-19-2013, 12:39 PM   #42
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I got everything for this brew, with a few substitutions, and will be brewing hopefully tomorrow. I couldn't find WLP007 yeast locally so I have 2 packets of S04. Also, I'll be substituting Apollo for the mash hop and the hop extract and will substitute Cascade for the Delta. I'll let you know how it goes!

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Old 09-20-2013, 11:13 PM   #43
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I brewed this today using 10 lbs of American and 7 lbs of English 2 row. I had to adjust the hops a bit based on my inventory.

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I had to mash overnight because kids. I got great efficiency, probably close to 80%. I do biab.

I'll oxygenate and pitch a huge amount if 05 tomorrow (I finish the cooling in the fermenter).

I will keep you posted!

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Old 09-24-2013, 01:54 PM   #44
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Brewed this yesterday. I guess I was short on my strike water volume as I ended up a good gallon short post-boil. But my OG was over 1.090 so I ended up diluting with a gallon of boiled & cooled water. What a pain in the a$$ but I bet I'll pay closer attention to my water amounts next time. Pitched 2 packets of S-04 and it's humming along nicely this morning. Hopefully my screw up didn't affect the beer too badly. Of all the batches to screw up on, it had to be THIS one.

UPDATE: Blowing off like a mofo now, just about 24hrs after pitching.

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Old 09-28-2013, 12:28 AM   #45
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I brewed this today using 10 lbs of American and 7 lbs of English 2 row. I had to adjust the hops a bit based on my inventory.

One thing to note...
I had to mash overnight because kids. I got great efficiency, probably close to 80%. I do biab.

I'll oxygenate and pitch a huge amount if 05 tomorrow (I finish the cooling in the fermenter).

I will keep you posted!
Quick update. I it took a sample. It's down to 1.012. I had it fermenting at about 64 (bucket temp). I just raised it to 70 t get it to finish up. It' smells great, hazy, a big but not boozy, quit bitter. Hop flavor reflects the blend that I used which I clouded citra, Amarillo, centennial, and calypso (a bit of the juicy fruit).

Lets see where this goes...
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Old 10-24-2013, 01:17 PM   #46
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FYI, my batch with WLP090 settled out at 1.010 for an ABV of 9.4%. It's dry hopping right now. I'll post some updates once it's in the keg
Any update on this with WLP090? I have some I could use or else I'd have to buy WLP007. Which would you recommend?
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Old 10-25-2013, 11:50 PM   #47
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Check my blog in my signature, it's like 1 or two posts down. It turns out fantastic with American yeast. WLp007 gets it a little closer, but 090 I think makes a better beer.

Try it with 090, you won't be disappointed.

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Awesome! I was open to buying a new strain, but I love using what I already have on hand. Thanks!

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Glad you beer was a hit at your wedding. Congrats!

I think the only hops I didn't see at my LHBS were Calypso and Delta (or your sub, Belma). Any subs I can use if I can't get those?

And I just finished reading the comments and I see you say you don't think the wort hops really did anything, so could I omit them or put in some left over hops I have? I have about a half pound of centennial I could use (don't really want to "waste" those, but I got them cheaper by buying a pound) and some random < 1 oz packets. I'm not opposed to buying more, but that's ~$7 in hop in the wort which I'd rather not waste money on if I don't half to.

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i haven't had all the top IIPA's but i think the best beer i have ever had was enjoy. i am going freaking crazy that they didn't put it out in chicago this time around (why would you want to put out a beer in the SECOND BIGGEST CITY IN AMERICA???). so glad you put out this recipe, it's coming very soon on my list of to do's.

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