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Old 12-05-2011, 12:31 AM   #31
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Thanks for the reply. This beer will be bottled since my kegs are all full. I usually let beers go for 4 weeks in my primary with no secondary. So with this beer could I do primary for 4 weeks, then transfer to a carboy for 1 week of dry hopping or should I trasnfer at week 3?
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Looks tasty. Love that hop combination.
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Thanks for the reply. This beer will be bottled since my kegs are all full. I usually let beers go for 4 weeks in my primary with no secondary. So with this beer could I do primary for 4 weeks, then transfer to a carboy for 1 week of dry hopping or should I trasnfer at week 3?
I would ferment it out completely for 4 weeks, then dry hop for a week. You could totally go either way though. I would recommend whole leaf vs. pellet hops for the dry hop, just to make sure you don't mess with your clarity by adding a bunch of hop gunk into the mix.
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I usually use a hop sack for dry hopping and will try leaf hops for a change.

Thanks for the reply. I look forward to brewing this once we get snow which I use to make a cold water/slush bath to get to a quick cold break. (Cannot run my garden hose to power my wort chiller in the winter).
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Old 03-16-2012, 06:18 PM   #35
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Anyone done this as a Partial Mash?

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9 lbs. Pale 2-Row (US)
1 lb. Vienna
0.5 lbs. Cara-Pils
0.5 lbs. Crystal 60
I'm tempted to keep the speciality grains as is, and use maybe a 1lb of 2-row to cut costs, with 8lb of LME to substitute...

Or would that be totally off base?
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Anyone done this as a Partial Mash?



I'm tempted to keep the speciality grains as is, and use maybe a 1lb of 2-row to cut costs, with 8lb of LME to substitute...

Or would that be totally off base?
LME is made from more than just 2 row. there is usually some crystal and carapils added in. I will be similar but not the same.
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Understood. Any suggestions on best way to convert to PM?
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Take the base malt bill, sub 5.5 lbs. of DME for the 2-row, mash the rest?

You can figure out a conversion if you want - 1 lb. of grain = 0.6 lb. DME. Not sure how much you can mash.
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Thanks, Andy!
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Thanks, Andy!
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