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Old 04-23-2013, 07:22 PM   #391
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Just kegged a slightly modified version of this on Saturday and had a taste. I brew 10 gallons with a buddy and we split into two 5 gallons. Both loved the taste right out of the fermenter, and we are usually IPA drinkers. Wife loved it too and said she can't wait until its carbed, she doesn't usually like the stuff we make. Awesome thanks guys!!!
Good to hear! Yeah, the ladies tend to like this one! How'd you modify the recipe? If you don't mind me asking.
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Old 04-23-2013, 11:18 PM   #392
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It's finally ready and delicious!!!
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Old 04-24-2013, 01:08 AM   #393
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It's finally ready and delicious!!!
Nice!!! Looks great!
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Old 04-29-2013, 10:40 AM   #394
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There isno mention of priming sugar in your recipe. Do the strawberries provide that or should it be added at bottling time?

 
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Old 04-29-2013, 12:46 PM   #395
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Add it at bottling like you would for any other beer.
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Old 04-29-2013, 04:43 PM   #396
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Add it at bottling like you would for any other beer.
What he said...

I did have something happen on my latest batch that I've never had happen before... After adding the strawberries, I let it set for a week at about 60*, which is what my basement is at right now. I was concerned about a strawberry volcano, so I left it in the basement. I didn't see any blowoff activity for the entire time it was down there, but I did get a big whiff of CO2 one night while taking a "smell sample". I racked off the strawberries, and put it in a tertiary and let it set for a week at about 68*. I noticed airlock activity for the entire week! Even when I went to cold crash, it was still popping bubbles every 10 seconds or so. I took a hydro reading and it was at 1.008, which is what it was when I transferred to the tertiary.. So, I assume I'm good to go. I can't imagine whatever sugars were added to the mix wouldn't be fermented out in a week... sure hope I don't have bottle bombs!!
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Old 04-29-2013, 09:34 PM   #397
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It is a long time... Probably way too long. I'd say a week is plenty good enough. The first time I brewed this, I got busy and just didn't have time to bottle, so it ended up being there for a month. The second time I brewed it I only left it in for about two weeks, but I think you could get away with a week. Maybe some other guys will chime in on this...
Son of a $%^!!!! Ok, need a few opinions on this one. Like I said before I adjusted. Wanted a more muted flavor so went with 5 lbs instead of 8 and went fresh instead of frozen. Didn't blend, just chopped myself....MISTAKE! There's not even a hint of strawberry flavor and I racked to the tertiary a week and a half ago. I'm considering buying a bag of frozen and racking onto them and leaving another week or two. Thoughts?
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Son of a $%^!!!! Ok, need a few opinions on this one. Like I said before I adjusted. Wanted a more muted flavor so went with 5 lbs instead of 8 and went fresh instead of frozen. Didn't blend, just chopped myself....MISTAKE! There's not even a hint of strawberry flavor and I racked to the tertiary a week and a half ago. I'm considering buying a bag of frozen and racking onto them and leaving another week or two. Thoughts?
If you want to add more berries, i cant see what it would hurt. Just treat your terrtiary as your secondary and start over. The beer is finished. At this point all you are trying to do is add strawberry flavor. Make sure everything is sanitized and be very carefule not oxygenate the beer with the additional transfers.
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Old 04-29-2013, 11:06 PM   #399
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Good to hear! Yeah, the ladies tend to like this one! How'd you modify the recipe? If you don't mind me asking.
Nothing to different I just had a few different hops that I needed to use. Off the top of my head I think I used a little Cascade. I made sure the ibu's were about the same though.

 
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Old 04-29-2013, 11:07 PM   #400
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I usually get pretty clear beers but this one I don't think it will ever clear up. I assume its the berries, is that correct?

 
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