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Old 12-06-2012, 10:14 PM   #91
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I imagine any extract recipe could be done in this manner. For example: Rye PA, American Wheat, Heffeweis, Milk Stout. The only difference would be to use the corresponding extracts, spec grains, and yeast for each category of beer desired.

I know 15min is an eye opener for many folks that need to brew but often can't becuase of time constraints.

Awesome to hear of success with this method.

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Old 12-06-2012, 11:40 PM   #92
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Pretty much called it there. Its just hopbursting essentially. its way better than kit in a can, but doesnt have way more imvolvement
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Old 12-07-2012, 12:04 AM   #93
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Yes - but not all styles are so amenable to this method. The method gives you such a strong hop flavor and aroma that it would be out of style for things like a Scottish ale or even bitters. It's great for those with hoppy flavors and aromas though!
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:45 AM   #94
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Not all styles sure. Talking about this makes me want to do another. Rye malt extract and cadcades
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Old 12-08-2012, 03:21 PM   #95
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Cracked my first bottle from my 1 gallon batch. Immediately cursed myself for not brewing more! This beer is fantastic.
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Old 12-08-2012, 08:16 PM   #96
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Cracked my first bottle from my 1 gallon batch. Immediately cursed myself for not brewing more! This beer is fantastic.
what was your recipe for 1 gal.? im debating to do this recibe a full 5 gallon and seperate it out to 5-1 gallon jugst or doing a couple small 1 gal batches when i can. i cant boil do a full boil indoors but i can for 1 gallon.
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Here's what I used to create a 1 gallon version:
1 lb light dme
5oz blue agave organic syrup
.25lb crystal 60
1 oz cascade hops ( .50 at 15min; .25 at 5min; half of what's left at end of boil; the other half of what's left dry hop)

Used Safale us-05 yeast
Primary for 14 days
Dry hopped in primary for 7 additional days
In bottle for 7 days

Tasted outstanding.

Couple new variations I have tried in the last week:

A 5 gallon batch using LME instead of DME and WLP001

A 3 gallon batch using a full 1lb 60L to steep and added a little corn sugar along with the agave. Used us-05 again. (DME in this version)

Both will be dry hopped after 14 days and bottled after 21 days. Ready for new year's!

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Old 12-10-2012, 09:58 AM   #98
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Thanks. That sounds great! I'm hoping to do some this weekend
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Saved. Gonna brew this after Christmas!
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I brewed this tonight. Did not do a fool boil since I did not want to use my 15 gallon pot. Only had a 4 gallon on hand. Had 3.5 gallons in pot when it boiled and started to add the DME. WOW this was a first for me since I had done kits before. It started to boil over and clumps of DME. Grabbed a 2nd pot to put the clumps in and eventually added them back and the boil took care of the rest. Added about 10 min to the boil for this so we will see how this effects it. I ended up with a ~1.060 OG. I only had to add 1.5 gallons of water to the fermenter. Pitched S-05 qt ~70f.
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