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Old 12-31-2013, 06:50 PM   #601
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I have many problems to take care of to begin with (I have a 5 gallon pot, not big enough at all/ My thermometer goes wacky and only Celsius works) that being said I will buy a bigger pot/better thermometer next time I brew.
My grains were crushed at my LHBS. I had just under 5 gallons of water to 14Lbs grains at 164F to mash in with. My temperature during mash was around 147 about 15 minutes in, so i boiled around 3 cups of water to add to the mash. And its hard to say my volumes for sure due to the fact i wasn't able to drain all the wort out from the mash (I got maybe 5.5 gallons, 5 in my main pot, .5 in another) but post boil is a little under 5 gallons.

 
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Old 01-04-2014, 09:19 PM   #602
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I just brewed this but had to substitute the cenntinial for chinook and used WLP090 yeast. My OG was almost perfect and I used new new brew kettle and wort chiller for the first time! I was shocked having my wort down to 80 degrees F in 15 minutes

 
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Old 01-17-2014, 05:59 PM   #603
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Today`s brew day. Im mid boil, using 2.5oz of Centennial on a 2 Gal. converted recipe. Used Crystal 60 instead of 20. Im excited to brew my own version of this expensive ass brew!
Also: OG is off, added 1/2lb of DME to bring it up to 1.070

 
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:44 AM   #604
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This is in the fermeneter going crazy now...I screwed up on my hops though..did a full 90 minute boil without ANY hop additions...DOH!...added 4 ounces and boiled for another 5 minutes...I'm going to step up the dry hop and see what happens..probably a lot of aroma but not much beittering
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Old 03-18-2014, 11:25 AM   #605
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Sounds like a few too many beers or too many people distracting. If it's really sweet I suggest brewing a really bitter beer and blending them. No way I'd throw it away.


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Old 03-20-2014, 12:43 AM   #606
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This is in the fermeneter going crazy now...I screwed up on my hops though..did a full 90 minute boil without ANY hop additions...DOH!...added 4 ounces and boiled for another 5 minutes...I'm going to step up the dry hop and see what happens..probably a lot of aroma but not much beittering
I'd make a mini-batch and bitter the crap out of it, then mix them. You could probably do a half-gallon with DME at 1.050 or higher with an ounce or more of super-AA hops for 60 minutes, then blend it into the other batch.

 
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Old 05-06-2014, 12:14 AM   #607
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I did this one for my first all-grain batch following Yoopers recipe to the letter. I bottled conditioned for two weeks and was I surprised at how well it turned out! Color and bitterness was right on though the nose was a bit different. I love Stone IPA's with Arrogant Bastard being my favorite but this recipe seemed easy enough. I would highly recommend this to new all-grain home brewers. Much thanks to Yooper!

 
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Old 05-06-2014, 06:18 PM   #608
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Came out today at 1.062 so I came out a good bit under it seems like. I did a 6.5 gallon boil and ended up with 5.75 gallons. I wanted to account for trub loss and secondary hop loss. First time using a blowoff tube too. I'm wondering if I should've upped my grain bill to get to 1.077 since I used more water? If we reach 1.010 then I should be at 6.9% abv which is fine!

 
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Old 05-08-2014, 02:25 AM   #609
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Just a twist to this recipe, but has anyone ever subbed Citra for the Centennial??? I know it will be nothing like Ruination but am thinking of doing this and was just wondering.

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Old 05-12-2014, 06:35 PM   #610
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Just a twist to this recipe, but has anyone ever subbed Citra for the Centennial??? I know it will be nothing like Ruination but am thinking of doing this and was just wondering.

Deacon
I'm about to brew a version of this and add some citra late/dryhop. I think they used citra in the 10th anniversary version.

 
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