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Old 10-25-2013, 01:21 AM   #12791
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Gonna do a ~4.2% hoppy APA this weekend or next week (vacation! woo hoo!).

Thinking CTZ for bittering...what else, I'm not sure. Maybe I'll do a FWH/whirlpool hopping only thing.

Also want to do an Alt, not sure if I'll get to it this week though.
Nice i def wanna try a fwh whirl pool only brew


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Old 10-25-2013, 12:33 PM   #12792
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I'm doing a Saison d'Hiver tomorrow and racking my pumpkin dubbel onto a vanilla bean secondary this weekend.


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Old 10-25-2013, 01:23 PM   #12793
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Belma 2-row smash, once I get some yard work done that is..
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Old 10-25-2013, 01:26 PM   #12794
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Probably the Straight Wheat that I have on deck tonight after getting off work. Have way too many things that are going to take longer than my current stock will last.
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Old 10-25-2013, 02:47 PM   #12795
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well, it was supposed to be tomorrow, but there is stuff I want to do with the BigHair, so I'm gonna fit in Brew Day around work to have tomorrow free for her.

brewing an Imperial Pumpkin Ale. a HUGE beer. my biggest yet. OG = 1.118

right now, the pumpkin is baking in the oven to caramelize. smells AWESOME
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brewing an Imperial Pumpkin Ale. a HUGE beer. my biggest yet. OG = 1.118 right now, the pumpkin is baking in the oven to caramelize. smells AWESOME
I would like to see the recipe on this one. Sounds good.
I am brewing the all grain version of NCBeernut's deception stout.
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Old 10-25-2013, 03:06 PM   #12797
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If I get my keg drilled and Ball valve installed, then I will be brewing NBs Cascade Mountain West Coast DIPA.
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I would like to see the recipe on this one. Sounds good.
I am brewing the all grain version of NCBeernut's deception stout.
in the last issue of Zymurgy magazine, The Great Pumpkin recipe

5 gallons

15 lb six-row
1 lb 60L crystal
1 lb Victory
.5 lb rice hulls
3 lb canned pumpkin
1.5 oz Magnum 90 minute

1 lb wildflower honey (end of boil)
1 tbs McCormick's pumpkin pie spice (end of boil)

1 lb maple syrup
2 lb beet sugar

yeast - "whatever monster you have a lot of - Safale US-05, WLP001, etc."


protein rest at 120 for 10 minutes
sacch rest at 154 for 60 minutes
mash out at 168 for 10 minutes

90 minute boil

ferment at 68 for two weeks

add oxygen 24 hours after pitch
add maple syrup & yeast nutrient on day 4
add 1 lb beet sugar and additional yeast on day 6
add 1 lb beet sugar on day 8

bulk or bottle age 1 year

my changes: batch. MO for six-row, Munich for 60L, Lyle's Golden Syrup for beet sugar. got a 2L starter of WLP007, saving ⅓ of that for re-pitch on day 6

I'm heating up 2 cans of pumpkin (pulp, not the pie mix) with strike water, not going to mash with it or boil
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I wish I were brewing.
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in the last issue of Zymurgy magazine, The Great Pumpkin
Yeah. I would say that's pretty big. What FG are you shooting for?


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