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Old 02-05-2013, 06:03 PM   #441
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So I just bought the ingredients, I e got London ale and English ale yeast both white labs, I know neither is preferable but it is what I have. What would you recommend? I like my beers more dry than sweet.
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Old 02-06-2013, 08:25 PM   #442
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I just took a hydro sample and dry hopped, smells and tastes amazing, threw in an oz of centennial pellets. 1.009 tg
I was thinking about thieving another pint but i did that with my last batch and ended up way short of 2 cases LOL
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Old 02-09-2013, 02:04 AM   #443
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I searched the thread and didn't see any mention of using Pacman yeast???

Yooper, I think your a fan of Pacman, you use it in your 60min clone I think...

I jus got a small culture going from some dead guy and was thinking of making your recipe with some Pacman
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Old 02-09-2013, 02:17 AM   #444
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I searched the thread and didn't see any mention of using Pacman yeast???

Yooper, I think your a fan of Pacman, you use it in your 60min clone I think...

I jus got a small culture going from some dead guy and was thinking of making your recipe with some Pacman
That might overattenuate, and I think my yeast of choice now might be Denny's Favorite 50 (Wyeast 1450) because it gives a fuller, richer mouthfeel.

A drier finish might be great, but I like a more "full" mouthfeel in this beer lately.
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:59 AM   #445
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Followed the recipe except for I used Nottingham yeast. On day 2 I woke up to my blow off tube laying on the ground and krausen everywhere. Hydro sample tastes great. Can't wait to put this one on tap.
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:43 PM   #446
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bottling this right now and the aroma is just plain awesome. Im going to have to get another batch going this weekend.
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Old 02-14-2013, 07:29 AM   #447
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I have had two and it is nowhere near ready to drink, but this tastes just like Milwaukee Brewing Company's Pull Chain Ale. I just had a couple the other night and had to make sure that I didnt grab one from the fridge by mistake. And here is your Pull Chain Ale clone recipe lol.
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Old 02-15-2013, 03:55 AM   #448
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I searched the thread and didn't see any mention of using Pacman yeast???

Yooper, I think your a fan of Pacman, you use it in your 60min clone I think...

I jus got a small culture going from some dead guy and was thinking of making your recipe with some Pacman
I too am a fan of Pacman yeast. I'm sipping on a spin off of this clone. The hops were changed but the grain bill was the same. Needless to say, I brewed it with pacman yeast and I'm loving it. My hop schedule was drastically changed though to use up the hops I had. Can't get enough of it! I don't see this keg sitting around too long!
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Old 02-15-2013, 01:48 PM   #449
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I too am a fan of Pacman yeast. I'm sipping on a spin off of this clone. The hops were changed but the grain bill was the same. Needless to say, I brewed it with pacman yeast and I'm loving it. My hop schedule was drastically changed though to use up the hops I had. Can't get enough of it! I don't see this keg sitting around too long!
Well maybe I'll give it a shot here this spring. Made the BYO Sierra Nevada clone last weekend.
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Old 02-16-2013, 07:07 PM   #450
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I have followed the recipe thus far, except I added a bit of torrified wheat to the mash. I am now ready to dryhop. Any suggestions for what to use? I don't think I have cascade in the freezer (I could get it easily), but I do have:

simcoe
citra
centennial
chinook
amarillo

I kind of think that these all will overpower the cascade that is already in there, but maybe not. Anyone have any advice as to what they think would blend well but not overpower the cascade? I haven't added any cascade since flameout.
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