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Old 03-04-2012, 09:57 PM   #31
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That gravity will work fine. You will have a ~5.1% beer, which is fine for a wheat.
Thanks! Excited to try this. I'm a huge fan of Chamomile and Lemon tea, so I figure this has gotta be good!
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Old 03-04-2012, 09:58 PM   #32
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Thanks! Excited to try this. I'm a huge fan of Chamomile and Lemon tea, so I figure this has gotta be good!
I love chamomile tea also, which is why I brewed this. In fact, thanks for reminding me, I've got to plant my german chamomile seeds!
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Old 03-04-2012, 11:54 PM   #33
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Love this beer, I have been keeping a version of this beer on tap every spring and summer for awhile now. Always a hit. (In fact just keggedd my first batch of it for this year)

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Old 03-22-2012, 11:59 PM   #34
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Whoa, I got a OG of 1.051 and a FG of 1.009

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Whoa, I got a OG of 1.051 and a FG of 1.009
So what's your thoughts? Can you taste the honey and chamomile?
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So what's your thoughts? Can you taste the honey and chamomile?
I just did my first FG reading, so I'm not drinking it yet, but I had a very small taste and yes, I can definitely pick up the backbone of the honey and the chamomile

I just gotta let this baby carb up now, just didn't expect to get down so far on the FG.
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So if one were to want to make this as a extract/partial would I use the recipe posted a few pages back? I havent seen an updated one so Id assume so, just making sure before I add this to my list of things to buy at the LHBS.

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Was thinking about brewing this next week but I only happen to have WLP005 on hand. I see you used English yeast, so do you think this might work for me?

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Was thinking about brewing this next week but I only happen to have WLP005 on hand. I see you used English yeast, so do you think this might work for me?
Sure. It'll probably be better than what I made. Seriously.
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Sure. It'll probably be better than what I made. Seriously.
Thanks! After reading further I see Dogfish uses WLP005/Ringwood in a lot of their beers. I am going to guess that they used it in the beer this recipe when they originally brewed this for the BrewPub as opposed to propping up something else.
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