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Old 12-19-2012, 08:50 PM   #61
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I recently brewed this (*it is bottling). I let it ferment for a good 5 weeks. I actually made a two gallon batch and split it up into two separate one-gallon fermenters (I am just starting up and costs prohibit a bigger pot for bigger sizes and I just recently bought a five gallon bucket).

My OG was 1.076 and my FG was 1.016.

The taste of it (pre-carb) was awesome. Best I have brewed so far, and it tasted remarkably similar to the real deal. I was quite pleased. Haven't been this excited for my beer to carb yet! I'll let ya know how it tastes when I crack one around Christmas time!
Awesome Warrior. Hope its even better bottled.
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Old 02-20-2013, 03:45 PM   #62
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I'm gonna try.. Thanks!

I had made one other fantastic Belgian, and two crummy Belgians. Yeast and fermentation management is key. I tried to let ferm temp free rise to 80, but too cool and needed to use a space heater to achieve.

Can you clarify the spice additions?
I read
.4 oz crushed coriander 5 min
.75 oz licorice root 15 min
.25 oz orange peel 10 or 15 minutes

Which dark syrup? The dark or the D2?

Thanks again!
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Old 02-21-2013, 03:40 PM   #63
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I'm gonna try.. Thanks!

I had made one other fantastic Belgian, and two crummy Belgians. Yeast and fermentation management is key. I tried to let ferm temp free rise to 80, but too cool and needed to use a space heater to achieve.

Can you clarify the spice additions?
I read
.4 oz crushed coriander 5 min
.75 oz licorice root 15 min
.25 oz orange peel 10 or 15 minutes

Which dark syrup? The dark or the D2?

Thanks again!
TD
Look back through the various posts on this, page 5 to be exact, and you will see a few posts about the syrup added. Good luck.

You spice additions look spot on.
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Old 10-26-2014, 07:22 PM   #64
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Just got around to brew this bad boy. Did a 3.5 gal and should be at 1.070 after I add the dark sugar in a couple days. I must say the gravity sample tasted awesome. The most balanced and delicious beer at pre-fermentation stage. Can't wait to get this on tap in on my taste buds.

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Old 11-06-2014, 02:59 AM   #65
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Is this the same as what is listed in this thread? If so why is it different from what is listed on the Ommegang website?


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