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Old 04-22-2010, 01:34 AM   #31
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1) Is 2 row Pale Ale malt the same as Pale Ale or 2-row base malt?
2) If I didn't want to deal with the hassle of toasting my own malt what would be a good substitute for the toasted pale ale malt?

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1) for this beer, close enough. Don't worry.
2) Make the effort, it is well worth it and it tastes like grape-nuts.
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Old 06-15-2010, 07:33 PM   #32
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I brewed this a month and a half ago and just tapped into the keg last weekend. Hot damn, this is a very tasty IPA! I would call this a good summer IPA because it's much lighter in color than a typical IPA and it has a very refreshing aroma due to the Simcoe & Amarillo combo. I double dry-hopped mine, once in a secondary and again in the keg. I also subbed 2 lb. of Victory malt for the toasted pale malt due to my laziness. This is probably the best IPA I've made so far, I'll definitely be making it again! Highly recommend it to everyone!

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Old 06-18-2010, 06:00 PM   #33
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I'm brewing 15 gallons of this on Sunday. Hmmm good.

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I'm brewing 15 gallons of this on Sunday. Hmmm good.
Ho have you been Ed? Haven't seen you post much lately.
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Old 06-18-2010, 06:51 PM   #35
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Ed I really have to compliment you on this recipe. My brew was identical to the Stone IPA. I just entered it into a very large state fair. If the beer gods are very generous and willing, maybe I will report back some good news

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Old 07-14-2011, 12:52 AM   #37
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I forgot about a partial keg of this in my keezer in the garage. It was brewed in June of 2010.

I was brewing a Hefe last week and pouring some beer when I noticed it. I poured a pitcher of it and gave a glass to my brew buddy and asked him if he could tell what it was.

He sniffed it and said, "It smells like your Wounded Knee IPA". I could not believe it. He then tasted it and said it was sublime.

I then told him it was a year and 1 month old. I could not believe it myself.

Keep your beer gassed and chilled and it can last a long time.

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Old 10-21-2011, 10:27 PM   #38
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Hey Ed, I've been waiting to brew this for a month or so but I have a few questions on the hops.

My lhbs was out of Simcoe, so I replaced it with a 2:3 ratio of Chinook:Summit.

Total Hops:

2.5oz Amarillo
2oz Cascade
2oz Summit
0.5oz Chinhook

Do you see any problems with this substitution?
Any issues with dry-hopping substitution?

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It'll be a different beer, but it looks good to me. Try to keep your AA% the same or close.

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I was kind of bummed they didn't have Simcoe. I'm really hoping this turns out good. Thanks.

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