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Old 03-03-2012, 03:36 PM   #51
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Originally Posted by EO74 View Post
Im sparging this recipe right now and all i could get were whole perle hops , should i use .60oz @60 min?? Ive never used whole hops and everything ive read says to add 10%?
Don't worry about adding 10%- just look at the AAUs and use the correct amount to get the right amount of IBUs.

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Old 03-03-2012, 03:42 PM   #52
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Ohhh yeah 10 AAUs i neaver even thought about that thanks yoop, i was so concerned over the hole 10% more thing i keep reading.

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Old 03-05-2012, 03:10 AM   #53
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Made this today while drinking Yooper's Pale Ale. Ended up with about 6 gallons at exactly 1.054. I didn't have much Tett, so I used 0.5 oz of Hallertau-Hersbrucker for the 45 minute hop addition, and 0.4 oz of Tett for flameout. This was the perfect recipe to use up those odds and ends of leftover hops.
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Originally Posted by D_Nyholm View Post
Brewed this up last night and overshot my final volume by 20% I guess that is what happens when you make your first one gallon batch! O.G was 1.042 but was able to get 71% efficiency using BIAB. I wanted to boil longer but didn't want to get more bitterness, hope it isn't too watery. Heck, maybe the BMC drinkers will like it better that way!
Bottled yesterday after a 3 day cold crash. Crystal clear and a F.G. of 1.008 so i'll have a nice 4.4% alc beer. Perfect for the BMC crowd Have cream of 3 crops, and centennial blonde that will be done in a week and plan to try all 3 together and see which one is the bigger hit, then i'm going to brew 10 gallons of it for the summertime!
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Old 04-03-2012, 04:30 PM   #56
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This is going to be my first batch on my new all electric system, when (if) I ever get finished. Id like to brew 10 gallons but I may go with 5 just incase something gets screwed up.

I will probably sub out the hops, as I dont have Perle and Tettnanger, and I'd like to use up what I have in the freezer. So I'm going Magnum for bittering. Not sure about the flavor/aroma additions. Heres what I have on hand, can someone give me a suggestion as to which I should use?

In order of most quantity to least quantity (can you tell I like C-hops?):
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Im thinking Crystal, Hallertau, or Golding. I would say Willamette but my last two beer have been heavy on that variety and I want something a little different.
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Old 04-03-2012, 06:44 PM   #57
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crystal is a good choice. i have used it in this recipe before and it worked very well.
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Old 04-17-2012, 01:42 AM   #58
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I got the greenlight to brew a beer for the 4th. Going to go all Styrian celeia with this.
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Old 04-19-2012, 03:33 AM   #59
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Brewed this 4 weeks ago a 10 gal batch of the original recipe, turned out great the bmc drinks really like it thank you for the recipe
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Old 04-21-2012, 12:07 AM   #60
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I decided to brew this for the upcoming float season due to the fact that many people said it was pleasing to the masses. A friend who had never done all grain came over so it was a nice simple recipe to show him the all-grain process as well. I took a sample today that read 1.013 after six days. I drank the sample after measuring and was very impressed. it was still pretty sweet, but the flavor was exactly as described earlier on in the thread. when it is ready to drink I'll post some pics. Thanks for sharing the recipe

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