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Old 12-21-2010, 10:48 PM   #21
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Here is some beer pron... (Yes - Geeky Engineer....)

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From one engineer to another, well played! Now if we could only get a section!

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Old 02-01-2011, 01:52 AM   #22
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What's the water and temp schedule after mashing @ 148F?

For 5G, mash in 3G of water @ 157F to get it to 148F for 60min.
Then 3.65G @ 186F to get it to 168F for another 30 min?

Any help?

Thanks!

 
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Old 11-18-2012, 07:40 AM   #23
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Added this to my to brew list. I cant wait im just waiting on the yeast i just ordered for this

 
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Old 11-24-2012, 01:10 AM   #24
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Brewed up a batch of the AG-version of this recipe this morning, and I'm happy to report that it's probably the first brewing I've done where everything went more-or-less according to plan. There were no huge surprises or disasters, and I felt surprisingly capable at the end of it! The batch is currently sitting in its carboy, waiting for the yeast to kick in and start doing its thing.

I made a couple slight changes to the overall recipe, thought I'd note them here:

- Used 6-row instead of 2-row, for hopefully a good, solid head (something I haven't been able to achieve yet).
- Light brown sugar instead of Dark brown sugar, since it's what I had. I imagine this will make the flavor a bit lighter than expected, but I'm okay with that for now.
- Used more water to boil the brown sugar - my sparge was a little low, only being able to get about 1.5 gallons due to my available pots and kettles being just too small to do more than that for a sparge. Need to get a bigger boil kettle, I expect... Anyway, I took the opportunity to boil the sugar in more water and use that to get back up to ~5 gallons in the boil.
- Also, used Wyeast 1098, British Ale, since I couldn't find WLP005 at my LHBS...

Looking forward to tasting this one, Boddington's is easily my favorite pub-style ale, and I'd love to be able to make something as good.
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Old 11-25-2012, 11:32 PM   #25
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What the recomended carbonation level for this?

 
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Old 02-21-2016, 07:08 AM   #26
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Just brewed a 10 gallon batch of this can't wait to have this on tap again!

 
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Old 02-21-2016, 01:49 PM   #27

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What the recomended carbonation level for this?

I run my keezer at 41F and 8 psi. Which is high for the official style guidlines. Like it to have a good head but still have 90% beer 10% foam.

You can use this. http://hbd.org/cgi-bin/recipator/rec...rbonation.html
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