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Old 09-09-2012, 08:21 PM   #11
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Alright I'm brewing this recipe now. Grains are steeping as I type this. Also, I'm using my new kettle from spikebrewing.com


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Old 09-10-2012, 01:43 AM   #12
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Finished up a few hours ago. Now I wait for 6 to 8 weeks.


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I ferment at 60°. Not sure if that was in the original discussion.
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I ferment at 60°. Not sure if that was in the original discussion.
It was in your recipe above. I brought my carboy down to the basement. The temp down is about 63 - 65. I hope it doesn't effect the fermentation to much.
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That should be fine. I just read somewhere that Rogue ferments most of their beers at 60°. Pacman is a beast I have fermented it as low as 50° before.
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I just when down to check on it and it bubbling away. Man I can't wait.
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How did it turn out?
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Just had Yellow Snow for the first time on New Years and would like to find a partial mash recipe for this. It was similar to Sam Adams Whitewater IPA.
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It was similar to Sam Adams Whitewater IPA.
Go wash your mouth out! No comparison! Both good beers, but not similar.
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Go wash your mouth out! No comparison! Both good beers, but not similar.
+1. Absolutely no comparison!


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