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Old 10-20-2012, 01:16 AM   #1001
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I also used a 5 gallon cooler for this recipe and it came out at 80% eff and 9% ABV. Finished at 1.014. Delicious. It was to the brim with grain but mash then fly sparge worked great.
According to Beersmith I did 3.85 gallons in mash and fly sparged 3.89. Got right under 5 gallons after boil.

 
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Old 10-20-2012, 01:45 AM   #1002
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Hey now! Anybody bottle this? After 8 days of bottle conditioning my brew is flat. I know, minimum of 3 weeks at 70 degrees to achieve proper carbonation. When I transferred it to the secondary I used a hop bag at the end of my cane to filter the brew better. Starting to think that was a bad idea. I do have a small amount of sediment at the bottom of each bottle. Just wondering what your experience was with bottling it. I would like to share this with friends before Halloween.

 
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Old 10-20-2012, 02:52 AM   #1003
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Hey now! Anybody bottle this? After 8 days of bottle conditioning my brew is flat. I know, minimum of 3 weeks at 70 degrees to achieve proper carbonation. When I transferred it to the secondary I used a hop bag at the end of my cane to filter the brew better. Starting to think that was a bad idea. I do have a small amount of sediment at the bottom of each bottle. Just wondering what your experience was with bottling it. I would like to share this with friends before Halloween.
I've done that with alot of my "messy beers" while transferring and never had a carbonation issue. This beer is still fresh in my primary and I can't wait to try it so I understand your impatience
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Old 10-20-2012, 10:44 AM   #1004
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I've done that with alot of my "messy beers" while transferring and never had a carbonation issue. This beer is still fresh in my primary and I can't wait to try it so I understand your impatience
If you take a look just a few pages back, Reno was so kind enough to post a link to my almost exact same question about carbing in bottles.. Mine is also still fresh in primary and still has about 2 and half weeks to go before I bottle.. I hope that link helps!

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Old 10-20-2012, 01:42 PM   #1005
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In November im brewing 20 gallons of this recipe I just cant get enough of it. Defiantly a sad experience when the keg is empty.
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Old 10-20-2012, 02:36 PM   #1006
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Hey now! Anybody bottle this? After 8 days of bottle conditioning my brew is flat. I know, minimum of 3 weeks at 70 degrees to achieve proper carbonation. When I transferred it to the secondary I used a hop bag at the end of my cane to filter the brew better. Starting to think that was a bad idea. I do have a small amount of sediment at the bottom of each bottle. Just wondering what your experience was with bottling it. I would like to share this with friends before Halloween.
It took my version last year almost 3 months to be fully carbed and conditioned in the bottle. Brewed it late in August last year and took til the end of November. Sometimes it just takes longer

 
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Old 10-20-2012, 02:58 PM   #1007
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Yup, general rule is higher OG takes more time to carbonate.
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Old 10-20-2012, 11:51 PM   #1008
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I'm going to brew this for my first all grain recipe. My thoughts are though, that I would cut the brown sugar into 2 different steps. I want to roast the pumpkin with a 1/4 cup of it sprinkled on top of the pumpkin, then use the other 3/4 cup during the boil. I also will be using 2/3 cup of light brown sugar and adding a 1/2 tsp of the pumpkin pie spices plus an additional 1/2 tsp of Cinnamon to my bottling mixture. Do you foresee any ramifications to doing this?
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Old 10-21-2012, 12:31 AM   #1009
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I hope this pic isn't too big. I'll delete it if it is. This was exactly two weeks after bottling. Garnished with a little pumpkin spice. It's still very young, but already drinkable. The garnish of spice really helped the aroma. I highly recommend. Thank you Reno for the recipe!

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Old 10-21-2012, 02:55 AM   #1010
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I hope this pic isn't too big. I'll delete it if it is. This was exactly two weeks after bottling. Garnished with a little pumpkin spice. It's still very young, but already drinkable. The garnish of spice really helped the aroma. I highly recommend. Thank you Reno for the recipe!

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That looks delicious!
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