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Old 07-09-2008, 01:15 PM   #51
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BM Any thoughts on JnJ PM recipe. I was going to make it but then got to thinking about the 60/40 extract and think I should go w/ 2lbs of the 60wheat/40barley rather than 1 lb of 60/40 and 1 lb of LME. It would be closer to your 50/50 pale malt/flaked wheat. Charlie

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BM Any thoughts on JnJ PM recipe. I was going to make it but then got to thinking about the 60/40 extract and think I should go w/ 2lbs of the 60wheat/40barley rather than 1 lb of 60/40 and 1 lb of LME. It would be closer to your 50/50 pale malt/flaked wheat. Charlie
I like that idea. The higher grains ratio will keep the beer lighter in color as well.
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Old 07-09-2008, 02:58 PM   #53
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I like that idea. The higher grains ratio will keep the beer lighter in color as well.
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Thanks for the reply biermuncher. The last blue moon clone I did I boiled the coriander and orange peel for one minute, and didn't get much flavor or aroma out of them. I'll try what you're suggesting and let them soak in warm water and boil for 5 minutes. Hopefully I don't get too much flavor.

On a different note I'm new to all grain. Most of your recipes are on my list to brew at the moment. Next will probably be your cream of three crops.

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Old 07-12-2008, 03:41 AM   #55
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Hi, Looks like a great recipie. I am thinking about adding some Honey malt, anybody try this? How did it turn out??

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Old 07-31-2008, 02:47 AM   #56
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Just tasted a hydro sample and I'm thinking this is gonna be one tasty ass beer!

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Old 09-01-2008, 10:13 PM   #57
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Has anyone used dry yeast for this recipe? I was looking at possibly Safbrew WB-06? Let me know your thoughts and/or experiences...

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Has anyone used dry yeast for this recipe? I was looking at possibly Safbrew WB-06? Let me know your thoughts and/or experiences...
I'm not familiar with that one. I used a new t-58 dry yeast recently (peppery...spicy) and it was very well received.
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I'm planning on brewing BierMuncher's extract version of this brew in the next couple of days, and I've never used flaked wheat before. Does the wheat contain the necessary enzymes to convert starches to fermentables? (I assume it does or you probably wouldn't recommend doing it!) Just wanted to make sure before I head to LBS.

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I plan to brew this soon using Safbrew S-33 dry yeast. I'll post how it turns out.

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