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Old 07-08-2012, 02:38 AM   #81
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I did not name it

But it is still great beer no matter what color it is

Thanks Kevin
good point, I will have to try this one. can u decribe what beer it tastes like?
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Old 07-08-2012, 03:25 AM   #82
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I went from 1.049 to 1.012 in 12 days, I'll rack when one of my taps gets low. Sample tasted like a nice Pilsner with a bit of sweetness. I used Spalt Select for flavoring and aroma, I like it so far. I'll post again once it's on tap.
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Old 07-08-2012, 01:07 PM   #83
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good point, I will have to try this one. can u decribe what beer it tastes like?
With mine, I lowered the IBU to 19 but still it is perfectly balanced to my taste.
I would also describe it also like a very light pilsner for lack of a better description....
It has a crispness to it with the flavor of the Vienna and is unlike a lot of lighter brews that I have tried (both commercial and homebrew).
The Vienna grain has a flavor all it's own, the beer has flavor but is still very easy to drink any time, or all day

I looked at my glass of this beer last night and it is almost identical to the picture in post #62 of this thread.

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Old 08-12-2012, 03:00 PM   #84
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Just finished BIAB mash. Ended up with a pre-boil SG of 1.040 and a volume of a bit more than 6.75 gallons. Target post boil volume is 5.5, I might be a little high at OG and volume. I did not lose as much volume in the grain as I expected. Oh well, it is 5 somewhere, time to RDWHAHB.
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Sanitized fermenter, hoses, funnel, etc. waiting on boil to start. 200 deg F and rising!!
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Old 08-12-2012, 03:25 PM   #86
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Sanitized fermenter, hoses, funnel, etc. waiting on boil to start. 200 deg F and rising!!
I really like this beer- let me know how you like it when it's done.
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I really like this beer- let me know how you like it when it's done.
Will do! I have an IPA to transfer to keg in the next few days, then this one will be right behind it. Probably 3 to 4 weeks to drinking!
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Finished the boil at 1.052 SG. A little low, but should be good and sessionable.
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Yeast is pitched, now it's just a waiting game. Well that and finish the cleanup.
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Within 3 hours, the blowoff tube was bubbling like a metronome and a good foam layer formed up. Today I have yeast falling to the bottom, and the whole thing is swirling around inside like a snow globe! Very active fermentation. I did change from US-05 to WY1272, but it is also a clean ale yeast, so should be good.
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