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Old 02-02-2013, 04:49 PM   #461
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Thanks for the replies. Is there anyway that I could end up with a gravity of 1.060 if I indeed used 8 lbs Dme and 1 lb crystal 40 which I steeped for 35-40 mins? Maybe I just didn't mix my wort well enough before I measured like previously stated. I couldn't believe my hydrometers reading when it stayed at 1.060!

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Old 02-07-2013, 05:25 PM   #462
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Just got my stuff to make the BYO version. I got a question though. The AG version calls for a 90 min boil. The extract for a 60. Why??? ESP considering the hops.

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Old 02-07-2013, 09:12 PM   #463
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So I had a question about the original recipe posted. For extract, is the late DME addition for a partial boil only? I did a full boil (6 gallons of water), steeped the crystal malt for 30 minutes and added all 8lbs of DME at boil. After racking to the secondary, it tasted a lot sweeter than I was expecting. Is this because I added all the DME at once or will it even out over time? Thanks.

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Old 02-07-2013, 10:10 PM   #464
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As a newbie I'll try to answer, I think the reason for the late edition is to help keep the color lighter. Extract brews tend to be darker the AG.

The sweetness will go away as the yeasties chew on the sugars.

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Old 02-07-2013, 11:52 PM   #465
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So I had a question about the original recipe posted. For extract, is the late DME addition for a partial boil only? I did a full boil (6 gallons of water), steeped the crystal malt for 30 minutes and added all 8lbs of DME at boil. After racking to the secondary, it tasted a lot sweeter than I was expecting. Is this because I added all the DME at once or will it even out over time? Thanks.
I did the same thing as you when I made this. Ifull boil all extract added in the beginning. I was disappointed with the bitterness level. It wasn't very bitter at all. Ive heard you will get better hop utilization with splitting the extract.
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Old 02-08-2013, 01:40 PM   #466
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A full boil with all the extract added at the beginning should still result in over 100 IBUs. Orangemen5, what was your FG, and what yeast did you use?

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Old 02-08-2013, 06:32 PM   #467
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A full boil with all the extract added at the beginning should still result in over 100 IBUs. Orangemen5, what was your FG, and what yeast did you use?
I wasn't aware of this. My OG 1.074 FG 1.018. 1 pack of rehydrated us-05. I'm in the process of getting my water analyzed to eliminated that aspect. It's still a very good beer just not bitter As i would like. But I've never had a beer that was to bitter for my liking.
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:58 PM   #468
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Based on the 16+ pages of this thread that I read, this seems like a great recipe, and I plan to try it this weekend.

Question: the BYO Stone recipe lists the dry-hop addition as 22 oz. of whole hops, but the recipe on this thread lists 2 oz. Is the BYO Stone amount a typo? That's like 10 times the amount of hops difference between the two....

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Old 02-12-2013, 08:34 PM   #469
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Based on the 16+ pages of this thread that I read, this seems like a great recipe, and I plan to try it this weekend.

Question: the BYO Stone recipe lists the dry-hop addition as 22 oz. of whole hops, but the recipe on this thread lists 2 oz. Is the BYO Stone amount a typo? That's like 10 times the amount of hops difference between the two....
Has to be a typo. Even if it weren't, I'm not wasting tens of dollars on an overkill dryhop
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Tried again tonight after almost 4weeks aging. Really good! Although, I'm not quite sure if its as hoppy as ruination, but I think it's awesome beer regardless!

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