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Old 04-04-2012, 07:52 PM   #211
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I got the day off on Friday, I'm planning on brewing this beer and smokin' some ribs.

This recipe gave me the idea to try the Simply Cranberry in my "Turkey Chaser" Cranberry Ale I brew around Thanksgiving, thanks!

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Old 04-04-2012, 08:00 PM   #212
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I finally got all the hops I need, I am making this tomorrow! It will be ready just in time for lake season!!!

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Old 04-04-2012, 11:08 PM   #213
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Looking to bottle a batch this weekend. How much priming sugar should be used for a 5 gal batch?
I mainly keg, but when I bottle I use this as a reference:
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Old 04-05-2012, 03:18 AM   #214
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Trust Slim's comment about the Limeaide... That stuff is explosive and the yeasties LOVE it. My kreusen went from about 1in to 6+in and still going...

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Old 04-05-2012, 03:54 AM   #215
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I've gotta try this one!!!

My LHBS didn't have sorachi so I got Citra instead... I know it's not ideal but it's what I'll be working with.

I've also never mashed @158 before. I thought the highest acceptable range was 156. I'm interested to see the differences at 158....

Also, is the 6 gallon batch size what you end up with in the carboy from the kettle? Or does it take into account the 1.75 liter container of Simply Lime?

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Old 04-06-2012, 03:02 PM   #216
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Currently in the middle of my mash.

I use Brew Pal and iBrewmaster for the iPhone as my brewing software and noticed neither have Motueka or Soachi Ace in the Hops database anyone else notice this?

No big deal I primarily use the software for strike and sparge volumes. Not very common hops I guess??

I also missed my strike temps by a few degrees, oh well, it will still work.

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Old 04-06-2012, 03:20 PM   #217
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Currently in the middle of my mash.

I use Brew Pal and iBrewmaster for the iPhone as my brewing software and noticed neither have Motueka or Soachi Ace in the Hops database anyone else notice this?

No big deal I primarily use the software for strike and sparge volumes. Not very common hops I guess??

I also missed my strike temps by a few degrees, oh well, it will still work.
check out beersmith. they have versions for windows, Mac, and Linux..
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Old 04-06-2012, 04:48 PM   #218
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Currently in the middle of my mash.

I use Brew Pal and iBrewmaster for the iPhone as my brewing software and noticed neither have Motueka or Soachi Ace in the Hops database anyone else notice this?

No big deal I primarily use the software for strike and sparge volumes. Not very common hops I guess??

I also missed my strike temps by a few degrees, oh well, it will still work.
You can, well should be able to, add them to the list of ingredients through the Setup menu in iBrewmaster.

I say should be able to because I actually tried doing that with these hops and for some reason they wouldn't save. I emailed the iBrewmaster support about this but haven't heard/seen any fixes yet.
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Old 04-06-2012, 09:25 PM   #219
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Brewed this yesterday and with a starter it took off in about 2 hours and is going nuts right now. Will add the simply lime tomorrow if it slows down a little tonight. My efficiency sucked as I am still trying to dial in my new system but I hit 1.049 which is close enough.

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Brewed this yesterday and with a starter it took off in about 2 hours and is going nuts right now. Will add the simply lime tomorrow if it slows down a little tonight. My efficiency sucked as I am still trying to dial in my new system but I hit 1.049 which is close enough.
Don't get too anxious to add the limeade...2 to 3 days of yeast working on your grain sugar's will keep your beer from exploding!
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