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Old 10-19-2010, 05:05 PM   #21
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Hey guys, is this brew too advanced for a new AG brewer? I like the idea of participating, but I dont want to get in over my head.
Even better. Just think, a year from now you can swap the beer with other brewers with different levels of experience and see how it compared. I'd like to get as many people involved as possible, hence the signature.
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Old 10-19-2010, 05:15 PM   #22
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Even better. Just think, a year from now you can swap the beer with other brewers with different levels of experience and see how it compared. I'd like to get as many people involved as possible, hence the signature.
Very cool. I'm always up for a challenge.

Do you guys mind giving me a hand finding spots to buy the ingredients? Up until now I'm really only used to buying prepackaged kits.
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Here I put the recipe up in Brew Masters Warehouse. Since they have both the yeast and all the grain. You can throw it up in the original post if you'd like for easy linking for someone buying the recipe.

http://www.brewmasterswarehouse.com/recipe/ee2df8e3/

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Here I put the recipe up in Brew Masters Warehouse. Since they have both the yeast and all the grain. You can throw it up in the original post if you'd like for easy linking for someone buying the recipe.

http://www.brewmasterswarehouse.com/recipe/ee2df8e3/
so that would get me the grain and the yeast, all i need to do is source the oak chips and the hops, right?

edit: i see the hops on the order, so its just oak chips i need.
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That'll get you the grain, yeast, and hops. You just need to get the treacle since BMW doesn't have it on the site.

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so that would get me the grain and the yeast, all i need to do is source the oak chips and the hops, right?

edit: i see the hops on the order, so its just oak chips i need.
I'd recommend oak cubes over oak chips. They are thicker and provide a more "barrel-aged" flavor since the chips are thin and almost all surface area.
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You can probably get all the grains needed along with the oak at Austin Homebrew. I ordered oak a while ago from morebeer.com and got cubes from Stavin. They're $10 for 8oz but I remember a coupon I used to make them cheaper.

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very cool, thanks for all the info guys.

does this beer need a starter with an OG so high?

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Might finally have the equipment to do this one! I think I'll see what it's like with my pre-oaked bourbon instead of straight oak cubes

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You can probably get all the grains needed along with the oak at Austin Homebrew. I ordered oak a while ago from morebeer.com and got cubes from Stavin. They're $10 for 8oz but I remember a coupon I used to make them cheaper.
I'm pricing it out at Austin Homebrew, but I can't find the Amber Malt on their site.
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