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Old 10-26-2011, 03:18 AM   #31
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Ive just taken a couple pints from a keg i made of this. It tastes really good and pretty close to a real Boont. Im gonna buy a 6 pack and do a side by side to see if i can tell the real from the clone.


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Old 12-15-2011, 02:19 PM   #32
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4.61kg U@ 2-row 80%
580g Crystal 40 10%
580g Crystal 80 10%
Above it says 4.61kg U@ 2-row 80%

Does the U@ mean anything or was that just "fat-fingered" when you typed this out?

Thanks a ton for doing all of this work. We will be brewing this in the next week or two.


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Old 12-15-2011, 08:14 PM   #33
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I can only gues he meant US 2-row
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Old 12-15-2011, 08:54 PM   #34
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I'm doing my second attempt at this recipe. First time around I didn't have my hop rocket nor could I get Horizon hops (subbed them out for more Magnum). This time, I'm doing the recipe to the T. Brewing it up this Sat. I'll report back in about 2 months when I'm drinking it.
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Is 18.3 IBU realistic for this beer? The style guidelines state 25-40. 18 just seems ridiculously low.
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Is 18.3 IBU realistic for this beer? The style guidelines state 25-40. 18 just seems ridiculously low.
Yes it's true and it's awesome. Boont Amber is in a category by itself
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Is 18.3 IBU realistic for this beer? The style guidelines state 25-40. 18 just seems ridiculously low.
Very possible. They have other beers with very low IBUs, and I think this is where the malt focus is being so heavily emphasized. I had this beer followed by a Newcastle (not at all known for being bitter) and thought it was quite the hop bomb because Amber is so low IBU'd. Try Winter Solstace for even less hop character.
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Try Winter Solstace for even less hop character.
It's funny, I am repairing a piece of equipment for their canning line at the machine shop, and have had a can of Winter Solstice sitting on my bench for a week or more. It's taken I'll I've got to not chuck it in the freezer for a few
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