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Old 02-14-2013, 02:55 AM   #471
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Putting this on the calendar for two weeks from now. Or maybe this weekend. Really looking forward to a hoppy bastard, and I have almost everything for this one.

I don't have any Magnum, as I didn't plan my bulk hop buy for IPAs. My bad. For bittering, I have a full lb of Newport 16.3% AA or most of a lb of CTZ 17.5% AA.

Brew365 seems to think Newport would be a better sub. Searched the thread, and nobody's tried it. Anybody think it would turn out OK?

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Edit: Nevermind. Looks like the recipe at Stone was changed to Columbus/Centennial some time ago. Looks like I fell in love with Ruination after the change was made, so I think I'll just go with the Columbus instead of the Magnum and forget the Newport. Looks like I have to drop the Columbus down to 1.5 oz (@ 17.5% AA) to keep around 118 IBU as the original recipe did.

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Old 02-14-2013, 03:45 AM   #472
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I brewed my own spin on this 4 days ago.

Bittered with Columbus. Then a mix of Columbus and Centennial at 10 and again through a hop back on the way to the chiller. Planning on dry hopping heavy with centennial and a little Columbus.

I used WLP007 and it appears to have fermented out in 3 days with a 1.072 OG.

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Old 02-14-2013, 04:05 AM   #473
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Some of the guys over at NB think that this recipe was brewed at Stone with WLP 007. So, I think you have a pretty fair clone, until you dry hop with Columbus that is.

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Yeah I'm still a little undecided on the Columbus for dry hop. I'm thinking only .5oz and 3-3.5oz of centennial.

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Brewed Yooper's version up yesterday for a friend. My laundry room smells super hoppy! Should be ready for Easter!!! OG 1.07. Us 05 for yeast.

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Just did a batch of this today. Bittered with Columbus and hopbursted with an extra ounce centennial at flame out. Made a starter of pac man and it'll hopefully kick off tonight.

Did this one before with WL002 and it was superb if anyone was interested.

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Just did a side by side with the real deal. Stone on left, Wlp007 in middle and wlp001 on right. More astringency from
from the stone. Wlp007 is definally the closest commercial yeast to stones house yeast. Just needs filtered and by the way stick with C15-20 if you want the color.

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Brewing this up in a few hours. Very excited. I haven't tasted this recipe yet, but I went out and bought a Ruination bomber to remind me. Your post just reminded me of that.

I'd like to tweak it to up the sweetness and color just a little from the commercial version. Should I sub for a darker Crystal, add some darker Crystal, add Carapils, or something else entirely?

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Brewing this up in a few hours. Very excited. I haven't tasted this recipe yet, but I went out and bought a Ruination bomber to remind me. Your post just reminded me of that.

I'd like to tweak it to up the sweetness and color just a little from the commercial version. Should I sub for a darker Crystal, add some darker Crystal, add Carapils, or something else entirely?
Use max 5% crystal of total grist. I like a more maltier ipa and I add 10% Munich malt. Mash at 150-152 to achieve the body character. No carapils. To answer your question you can add darker and more crystal malts to suit your own character, but in my opinion that isnt the style of a ipa.
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Sampled mine yesterday after 1 wk. primary finished at 1.012. Tasted great!

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