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Old 02-08-2012, 03:45 AM   #31
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I agree with passedpawn, it's hard to get a lot of the flavor of sugar's in the final beer. You might have better luck with a maple extract but I have no idea how much or what the taste would be like. You'd have to experiment with it starting small.

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Old 06-01-2013, 05:44 PM   #32
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Old 08-04-2013, 03:21 PM   #33
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Brewing this one up today. Looking forward to enjoying it this fall. Thanks for the awesome looking recipe.
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Bookmark, looks great
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Read the thread and didn't notice this answered. I can't get Wyeast in my area, what would be a good White Labs yeast to use for this if I'm lagering.
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Read the thread and didn't notice this answered. I can't get Wyeast in my area, what would be a good White Labs yeast to use for this if I'm lagering.
Looks like WLP820 Oktoberfest Lager Yeast will do the trick. Below is a link to a good yeast cross reference chart.

http://www.mrmalty.com/yeast.htm
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Looks like WLP820 Oktoberfest Lager Yeast will do the trick. Below is a link to a good yeast cross reference chart.

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That sounds like a great choice. But, is it seasonal (i.e., available year-round)?
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That sounds like a great choice. But, is it seasonal (i.e., available year-round)?
I think it is, but thanks for that reference chart ballz. I'm looking at WLP838 Southern German Lager, it seems to be used for classic rauchbiers.
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Holy cow! Best mash & boil smell ever!!
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Well...I have to say that this beer rocks!!
I won 4 medals recently from this recipe!

GOLD- 2013 Badger Brew-Off in Madison, WI
BRONZE- 2013 THIRSTY Classic in Amana, IA
SILVER- 2014 Upper Mississippi Mashout in Minneapolis, MN
GOLD- 2014 Great Northern Brew-Ha-Ha! in Duluth, MN

I highly recommend you brew this one if you like smoke. Thanks again passedpawn!
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