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Old 09-19-2011, 07:58 PM   #201
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I just added my dry-hop addition to this (after 2 weeeks in the carboy). The sample was at 1.010 and tasted stellar. Nice work Yopper! I will be brewing this again in 2 weeks!

 
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Old 09-19-2011, 08:05 PM   #202
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I just added my dry-hop addition to this (after 2 weeeks in the carboy). The sample was at 1.010 and tasted stellar. Nice work Yopper! I will be brewing this again in 2 weeks!
You know, I haven't made this lately. That's for reminding me of how much I like it! I have my "brewing list" and an IPA is next, but I might have to exchange that for my House Pale Ale!
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Old 09-19-2011, 10:23 PM   #203
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I bottled mine last week and of course, had to give it a try when I was brewing Saturday. It was under carbbed as expected, but holy cow, it was amazing! A fantastic hop nose, crystal clear and perfectly balanced. SWMBO, a SNPA fan, was thouroughly impressed. What a great beer! I think I'm going to have keep this on hand...

Thanks for the recipe, Yooper
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Old 09-29-2011, 06:27 PM   #204
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I make a recipe that is nearly identical to this... Definitely a house favorite. I've killed a 5 gallon keg by myself in 10 days before. I always have some on hand now. I make my version in 10 gallon batches, but I know a guy who makes a very similar recipe in 21 gallon batches.
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Old 10-01-2011, 03:38 AM   #205
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I am going to use this recipe as my first try at a 10 gallon batch. I think I will use centennial as the first and second bittering additions and cascade as the last two additions plus dry hopping. The ibu's will only be at 34 so I hope it is enough. I am not a real hop-head though I do like some bitterness. Hoping everything runs smooth and it turns out great.

 
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Old 10-07-2011, 08:15 PM   #206
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I'm about to take my stab at this. LHBS only had 2 oz of Cascade's though. Still a bit of a noob, so I was hesitant to change things on the fly.

I've heard so much about Simcoe, I thought I'd give that a shot. I have 2oz of the Cascade, 2oz of 12% Simcoe and about a half oz of Centennial at home.

I'm just going to play around in Beersmith to get the IBUs close. Anyone have any experience with Simcoe in this one? How about suggestions on which to use to dry hop?

 
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Old 10-08-2011, 08:43 PM   #207
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Also, I though FWHing was supposed to take from the aroma/finishing hops without upping the IBUs much, but Beersmith calculates it almost like a bittering charge.

 
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Old 10-08-2011, 11:49 PM   #208
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How much of a difference will using 1056 make in this?

 
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Old 10-08-2011, 11:54 PM   #209
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How much of a difference will using 1056 make in this?
Not totally sure. It shouldn't be too different, 1056 is pretty clean. I'm planning to ferment around 62, so it should bring out a bit more of the citrus from the yeast to go with the hops.

I just mashed in right at 154 on this. I'm hoping for a good one here!

 
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Old 10-08-2011, 11:55 PM   #210
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Also, I though FWHing was supposed to take from the aroma/finishing hops without upping the IBUs much, but Beersmith calculates it almost like a bittering charge.
FWH does impact the IBUs, after all, the hops are left in there for the whole boil! I figure it as a 60 minute boil addition, but the taste is a bit "smoother".

1056 will be fine in this!
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