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Old 04-25-2011, 05:30 PM   #241
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Danke, have now done so!

I will be certain to report the status of the brew once supplies are gathered and it has come to maturity. Luckily I have the real thing to compare it to, though I still and rather frugal on my samplings.
Our pleasure. You're set.
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:37 PM   #242
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Hi everyone, does anyone have a finalized and tested Westy 12 Extract Recipe? I'm itchin to brew this tonight! Please let me know so I can run out and grab the ingredients today!
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:38 PM   #243
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D-180 has both dark toasted flavors and the very, very rich dark fruit flavors as well. The dark fruit flavors show even more in the beer after a few weeks racked. The delivery run of D-180 for the promotion is being packaged now . Delivery for some will come early.
how can i get ahold of this d-180 ?
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how can i get ahold of this d-180 ?
D-180 will be available for sale on the following site: www.candisyrup.com soon. You can sign up to be notified at http://www.candisyrup.com/notify-me.html
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Old 04-25-2011, 07:48 PM   #245
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Hi everyone, does anyone have a finalized and tested Westy 12 Extract Recipe? I'm itchin to brew this tonight! Please let me know so I can run out and grab the ingredients today!
If this recipe has been converted to DME or LME saq will be the best man for this, (although I've not seen a conversion out there yet).
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Old 04-26-2011, 02:17 PM   #246
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I would go for some Pilsner extract to cover your base malt gravity contribution and add the specialty malts and candi syrup from the New World.
Here you go jayavery. Posted earlier in the thread.
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Old 04-26-2011, 02:52 PM   #247
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Does anybody think that I'd be doing this recipe an injustice using Franco Belges Pilsen and Golden Promise as the base?
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Old 04-26-2011, 03:17 PM   #248
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Does anybody think that I'd be doing this recipe an injustice using Franco Belges Pilsen and Golden Promise as the base?
The Franco Belges Pilsen would probably be pretty close, but Golden Promise will likely render the beer fairly sweet. It could make for an interesting quad (probably fairly different than this one) if you were to do say 70/30 Pils/GP.
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The Franco Belges Pilsen would probably be pretty close, but Golden Promise will likely render the beer fairly sweet. It could make for an interesting quad (probably fairly different than this one) if you were to do say 70/30 Pils/GP.
I have some canadian 2-row, some victory, some munich, some MO. Which would be closest? I'm all for sweet, but want to keep it as close as possible.
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I have some canadian 2-row, some victory, some munich, some MO. Which would be closest? I'm all for sweet, but want to keep it as close as possible.
None of those, get some Belgian 2row.
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