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Old 10-19-2010, 07:45 PM   #31
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very cool, thanks for all the info guys.

does this beer need a starter with an OG so high?
Probably wouldn't hurt if you are using the 9097 called for in the recipe. If you use something like the Roeselare blend then the time spent in the starter might throw off the ratio of the blend. There is some discussion of this in the http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/offi...series-200538/
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:46 PM   #32
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jmo88, what is the color contribution of the Treacle?

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Old 10-19-2010, 07:47 PM   #33
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Probably wouldn't hurt if you are using the 9097 called for in the recipe. If you use something like the Roeselare blend then the time spent in the starter might throw off the ratio of the blend. There is some discussion of this in the http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/offi...series-200538/
yeah, i'm planning on the 9097
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Old 10-19-2010, 07:51 PM   #34
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jmo88, what is the color contribution of the Treacle?
The recipe is for 100L treacle.
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Old 10-19-2010, 08:16 PM   #35
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The recipe is for 100L treacle.
Thanks, I was mocking up a 12 gallon batch in BeerCalculus and it was coming out a bit lighter because they list it at 80L
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Old 10-20-2010, 09:12 PM   #36
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I think I'm in for this one. Putting it on my next supply order.

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I am lazy, does anyone have the beersmith file for this?

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I am pulling together what I am going to brew while SWMBO is out of town. I was looking for an Old Ale recipe so I was excited to see this. This will be my first XX-XX-XX brew.

I do have a quick question. I saw this is in the recipe:

"Sugar - Treacle 8.00 oz (3.0 %) Start Of Boil"

So that I am clear, is the Treacle added to the 2 gallon boil - reduced to 1 - 2 quarts which would add to the carmelized flavor. Or, is to be added to the full boil?

Sorry to ask if this was discussed in the other threads.

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The quote below came from another thread. We're all unique in the way we perceive flavors, but ryane's opinion is something to consider. This isn’t the first release of the 9097 blend. Can anyone else share their experience with it?

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9097 wont make the beer sour at all, Ive found that I actually dont like the profile it lends to a bigger beer, it does however make a great lower grav brett'd beer

In my experience with it, it was very phenolic in a higher grav wort, and gave off some rotting banana esters
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I am pulling together what I am going to brew while SWMBO is out of town. I was looking for an Old Ale recipe so I was excited to see this. This will be my first XX-XX-XX brew.

I do have a quick question. I saw this is in the recipe:

"Sugar - Treacle 8.00 oz (3.0 %) Start Of Boil"

So that I am clear, is the Treacle added to the 2 gallon boil - reduced to 1 - 2 quarts which would add to the carmelized flavor. Or, is to be added to the full boil?

Sorry to ask if this was discussed in the other threads.

Thank you
Add it to the full boil. It'll be easier to reduce the first 2gl without the treacle.
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