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Old 08-03-2012, 09:42 PM   #141
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Seems like a long primary and secondary. Did you notice it need to be aged longer or was it for attenuation? And when did you start the dry hopping? Looks like a great recipe ad a great brew!
I had a good pipeline going at the time so it sat for a while, attenuation was quick with the big starter of 05. I think these beers would be good young too, because you would get even more hoppy goodness I started the dry hopping 10 days before I racked to the keg. I want to make it again but need more bulk hops first.....
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Old 10-31-2012, 02:43 PM   #142
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just added my dry hops this morning, and thiefed a little. oh, I had forgotten how good this beer tastes!
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Old 10-31-2012, 05:07 PM   #143
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This recipe and various modifications are one of the two favorites that I make. In fact, planning on using it for holiday treats this year.
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Old 10-31-2012, 05:19 PM   #144
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This recipe and various modifications are one of the two favorites that I make. In fact, planning on using it for holiday treats this year.
I too have made a few modifications. Mostly changed the hops to what have in stock. I have made this three times now and I plan on brewng this again either later this year or January.
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I wonder what this would taste like with alittle rye in it?
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I would think the malt profile is strong enough to handle the "spiciness" of the rye malt. Might add a whole new element to the beer.
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I would think the malt profile is strong enough to handle the "spiciness" of the rye malt. Might add a whole new element to the beer.
I think I am going to do this real soon.
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All I got to say is "dang!". Been sitting on this one since April and down to a few bottles. Popped the top on one today and this thing is a real winner. Only deviation from the OPs recipe was 8oz of chocolate malt and I mashed the Carafa III for the entire 60 minutes. This is a HUGE beer with a pile of roast/chocolate/bitterness backed up by a hefty 9% ABV. Oh, and the head on this beer? You could bounce a quarter off it...check out the pic. I'm down to three 12 oz bottles and I'm going to hang on to them till the next local comp...
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Old 11-18-2012, 09:29 PM   #149
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Just brewed this today. I also mashed the Carafa III for the entire 60 minutes. Can't wait!
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:07 PM   #150
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So, this evening I just tasted my most recent batch - it is in the keg only 2 days on gas so it's still a little flat, but it makes me wonder why I haven't brewed this more often.


I always mash the carafa for the full 60 now as well. I have found little to no difference from adding in the last 10 mins. Perhaps I should change the original recipe post.
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