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Old 10-15-2013, 10:19 PM   #261
twallin
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Timbrewz,
I want to brew one of your versions, which one do you recommend? I read through all of them and want to make your favorite. Also I am thinking about a double batch and fermenting half with a belgian yeast, have you messed around with any yeasts, besides neutral styes on this?



 
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Old 10-16-2013, 12:10 AM   #262
TimBrewz
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With fall here and winter coming I would say do the original version my tastes are seasonal I like the lighter version in the warmer months. My favorite pop profile has been Simcoe to bitter Amarillo to flavor and then Simcoe and cascade at 5 min. Dry hop 1 oz each Simcoe , Amarillo and cascade.

I have used London ESB, lager yeasts used and the Belgian Abbey II yeasts as variations. All were good, I am not a big Belgian fan, but Abbey II was pretty good.

QUOTE="twallin"]Timbrewz, I want to brew one of your versions, which one do you recommend? I read through all of them and want to make your favorite. Also I am thinking about a double batch and fermenting half with a belgian yeast, have you messed around with any yeasts, besides neutral styes on this?[/QUOTE]



 
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Old 10-30-2013, 03:26 PM   #263
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Hey just wanted to drop by and say that I made the recipe on page one and it turned out fantastic! On tap the fam loves it and it will be brewed again. Thanks for posting

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Old 10-31-2013, 05:13 AM   #264
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Quote:
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Hey just wanted to drop by and say that I made the recipe on page one and it turned out fantastic! On tap the fam loves it and it will be brewed again. Thanks for posting
Alright! Another satisfied brewer! Glad you like it

 
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Old 11-03-2013, 12:16 AM   #265
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Brewing the original recipe in the morning, wish me luck cant wait!!

 
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Old 12-14-2013, 01:54 AM   #266
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Just moved to secondary and dry hoped, taste great. Will bottle in and week and report back after bottle conditioning.

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Old 02-17-2014, 08:44 PM   #267
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Loved this one the first time and excited for this next batch!! Thanks!

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Old 02-23-2014, 10:14 PM   #268
CbusHbrew
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Thanks for sharing your recipe! I wanted to use the same grist, IBU, OG and SRM level but change the hops used. Unfortunately my lhbs messed up the order and put in 4oz of the black patent and now the color is way off.

6.5LBS US 2-Row
5LBS Munich Malt
8OZ Crystal 40L
4OZ Crystal 120L
1OZ Black Patent Malt

Hops
60 min
23g Chinook
-15 min
21g Cascade
7g Centennial
-10 min
7g Topaz
-5 min
14g Centennial
14g Topaz
7g Cascade
-Whirlpool
5g Chinook
7g Topaz
7g Centennial

 
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Old 02-23-2014, 11:03 PM   #269
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Interesting, never used Topaz. That 4 oz of Black Malt is going to give you about 21 SRM and a lot of roasty coffee flavor. Might be wonderful? Best luck!

Tim

 
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Old 02-28-2014, 05:16 AM   #270
treesboy
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Just brewed this yesterday as a single hop w Nelson Sauvin. Excited. Wanted to get to know the Nelson hop as I have not used it yet, and try my luck at an American style red. Malt smelled great when crushed and even better as wort. Should be good. Going to lager using fresh American lager yeast and some washed cry havoc because I forgot to make a starter.

I know reds are tricky. Is the color, in your experience with this recipe, red ?



 
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