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Old 06-12-2007, 09:07 PM   #11
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Old 06-24-2007, 04:26 PM   #12
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I haven't eve had this beer, but I've heard it pretty good. Probably going to try this recipe out soon.

So, are the dry hop amounts included in the hop schedule? Or is it 1.25 oz of each in addition to the amounts listed in the schedule? I am pretty sure it is in addition, just wanted to make sure.

Also, do you dry hop each hop for 2 weeks, take it out, and putt in another for 2 weeks, six weeks total?
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Old 07-13-2007, 05:47 PM   #13
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Old 07-14-2007, 03:35 PM   #14
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Just tried my first bottle, awesome recipe probably my favorite so far. Thanks Dude
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Old 07-14-2007, 03:47 PM   #15
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A few questions to those who have brewed this..

How much beer do you typically lose with that amount of hops?
Do you dryhop with whole or pellet...?

And can the whole hops in the recipe be substituted for pellet to conserve some of the wort or would that affect the flavor/aroma profile..?

I really have been wanting to try this for some time but don't know if the cost of ingredients would justify the amount of beer being produced. I don't buy in bulk (yet)...I guess it's probably a matter of opinion.
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Can't find the friggin stuff here in Dallas.....argh! If anyone wants some Texas beers shipped to em in exchange for a six'er of Pliny lemmie know!
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Pliny doesn't come in sixers, or bottled at all. I was lucky in that Brewtopia brought a growler to Denver, which he passed along to Dude, who brought it back to share with me.
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lol... That might explain it then. Guess I'll give it a shot and see what I get.
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What mash temps have peopl had luck with on this? I am thinking 152-3F. This is coming up soon for me, I have already bought the hops so I wouldn't have to sell a kidney to pay for it.

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What mash temps have peopl had luck with on this? I am thinking 152-3F. This is coming up soon for me, I have already bought the hops so I wouldn't have to sell a kidney to pay for it.

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I haven't brewed this, though I am planning an IIPA soon. To get the kind of attenuation of those #'s I'd probably shoot more like 150F. Maybe Dude will chime in.
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