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  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-27-2007 at 05:47 PM
    Thanks for the suggestions. I am about to brew right now, going to use all my hopes at 60 and
    15 minutes and then order another 2 onces of amarillo/cascade to dry hop. My only question:
    what kind of h...

  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-26-2007 at 07:52 PM
    to be perfectly honest with you guys, I am probably gonna have to settle for 3oz hops in the
    boil. No LHS in charleston to get any one short notice, and we are brewing either tonight after
    I bottle th...

  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-26-2007 at 07:39 PM
    Wow, thank you for a most educational and well thought out reply. The recipe suggests OG:
    1.050FG: 1.014my thoughts: ...thats a lot of hops!flagrant noob question: what is flame
    out?edit to say: choco...

  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-26-2007 at 07:28 PM
    Liquid malt extracts....well syrupy i would say. Boiling 2.5 gal. the last ten minutes... Like
    right when I'm adding hops?

  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-26-2007 at 07:12 PM
    Citrus is definitely ok with me.malt:3.5lb pale extract3.5 lb extra pale extracegrans:1/2lb
    crystal 60L1/2lb 2-rowhops:3 0z cascade

  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-26-2007 at 06:43 PM
    yep, I'll be home from work in 15min. report back then.

  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-26-2007 at 06:40 PM
    Well considering my IPA taste like an elegant, even somehwhat watered down, PA to me, I would
    like to make a something that will be super hoppy but, with a unique sweetness or fruitiness at
    the end. (...

  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-26-2007 at 06:34 PM
    You can get "spice" through means other than literal spices; certain varities of hops are
    described as being spicy, Saaz is one classic example but there are others. You can load up and
    do some big la...

  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-26-2007 at 06:33 PM
    I have not tasted any homebrewed fruit beers. Have tried great divide raspberry and thought
    that was ok. Never tried a blueberry actually. My brewing buddy did a 'novemberfest' with
    cinnamon and clove...

  • Posted in thread: "spicing up" a west coast pale ale on 10-26-2007 at 06:22 PM
    Greetings, about to boil up my third ever batch tonight, a WCPA, but looking for suggestions to
    make it a little more interesting. My first batch was an IPA that has finally spent 3 weeks in
    bottles, ...

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