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Old 09-27-2012, 11:16 AM   #151
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This seems like a stupid question but do the Jalapeño's from the boil go into the fermenter or or are they pulled out prior?

Thanks, I'm looking forward to brewing this today.

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Old 09-27-2012, 01:24 PM   #152
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This seems like a stupid question but do the Jalapeño's from the boil go into the fermenter or or are they pulled out prior?

Thanks, I'm looking forward to brewing this today.
they are pulled out prior like the hops
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Old 09-27-2012, 07:32 PM   #153
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they are pulled out prior like the hops
Awesome, Thanks for the reply!

The brew day went well. Threw in 4 Jalapeños but didn't feel a whole lotta burn when I tasted my gravity check. Going to throw in 3 more after the secondary and possibly add some of the vodka as well.


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Old 10-16-2012, 02:46 PM   #154
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Subscribed. Will probably brew this next summer! Looks delicious!

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Old 10-17-2012, 02:56 PM   #155
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Brewed a 10 gallon batch following this recipe and although it calls for only jalapeno, screw it, I'm brewing the beer. I threw in 7 jalapeno, 2 manzano and a poblano; all roasted by my propane torch. This is one fantastic beer. The aroma and taste is subtle, but identifiable. The heat is something that sneaks up on you and by the time you finish a pint, your mouth is definitely a bit tingly. Definitely doing this again.

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Old 11-15-2012, 09:56 PM   #156
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Someone posted an extract conversion of this on page two (using the app) and it goes like this:

replace the grains using 5.0lbs Extra Light DME
.5lbs. Dextrine
.61lbs. table sugar

I that it? No corn or Vienna malt? Anyone else tried an extract version? I think it was beerphonic that posted an extract recipe they came up with but there wasn't an update. I'd love to do AG, just don't have the setup

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Old 11-16-2012, 01:44 AM   #157
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So I just cracked the first beer of this batch after about a week of bottle conditioning to check it and it's pretty good. I did add a bit of the tincture and can taste a bit of the vodka. Should I expect that to mellow a bit? It did add quite a bit of heat though. Wow!

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Old 11-16-2012, 09:28 AM   #158
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So I just cracked the first beer of this batch after about a week of bottle conditioning to check it and it's pretty good. I did add a bit of the tincture and can taste a bit of the vodka. Should I expect that to mellow a bit? It did add quite a bit of heat though. Wow!
Give it sime time to get happy. I've made this beer twice and will make it again. It gets better with age if you can keep it in stock that long.
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Someone posted an extract conversion of this on page two (using the app) and it goes like this:

replace the grains using 5.0lbs Extra Light DME
.5lbs. Dextrine
.61lbs. table sugar

I that it? No corn or Vienna malt? Anyone else tried an extract version? I think it was beerphonic that posted an extract recipe they came up with but there wasn't an update. I'd love to do AG, just don't have the setup
Anyone got any advice?
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Old 11-17-2012, 04:15 PM   #160
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Anyone got any advice?
Well I'd say you can't really steep Vienna, corn or dextrine on their own. If you did a partial mash you could use all 3 and add a pound of 2 or 6 row to increase the diastatic power. Vienna is a base malt but I don't think it will be enough for the corn on its own.
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