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Old 01-11-2012, 12:46 PM   #41
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How much corriander did you use in your recipe overspray?
I did .5 oz and one oz of bitter orange. I was going to do a full oz of corriander but that seemed to much.
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Old 01-31-2012, 09:23 PM   #42
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I have never brewed with pilsner before, but everything I've read leads me to think that a 90 min. boil is necessary to avoid DMS formation. You list 60 minutes in your recipe. Have you ever had a problem with DMS in this brew?
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Old 01-31-2012, 09:28 PM   #43
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No DMS issues. Living at high elevation and getting a hard rolling boil allows me to do 60
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Old 02-04-2012, 01:02 AM   #44
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Well, I'm going to brew this as an extract and partial boil.

figure to do .5 oz corriander and 1 oz bitter orange as the other guy did.

I wonder though, is a 2 gallon boil going to be sufficient? That's the biggest pot I have and I worry about it boiling over as it is.
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That's an awfully small boil. Can't you go buy an enamel canning pot for around $20 and at least get closer to 3.5?
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I may be able to. Just haven't found a big enough one locally. I would much rather buy a bigger pot for full boils though.

I'll look into it before I brew this.
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There are 8 gallon aluminums at walmart for $25. I use it with my high-pressure propane burner.
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What? Where have they been hiding these 8 gallon aluminums? I have never seen one.

I did just pick up a 21 quart canner, needed one anyway. This ought to let me do a 3.5 gallon boil.
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Yeah you'll be good to go. Just keep a squirt bottle with cold water handy to keep boil-overs at bay.
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Brewed this up. Extract version with orange peel and corriander.

Hit 1.040 OG so pretty close I figure. Used danstar Munich yeast because apparently I bought that instead of the other. Also seems like I burnt some of the extract. Hopefully I won't get a bad flavor from that.


You think around 65 f ambient temp will do this beer justice?
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