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Old 02-02-2013, 02:21 AM   #61
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Anyone think they might include Warrior in the dryhop? I'm not getting a 100% Citra bomb on this, and I've brewed a few of them before. There is a little spice/pine/onion/garlic in the nose for sure on this one.


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Old 02-02-2013, 03:22 AM   #62
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Anyone think they might include Warrior in the dryhop? I'm not getting a 100% Citra bomb on this, and I've brewed a few of them before. There is a little spice/pine/onion/garlic in the nose for sure on this one.
You tell me! Haha I am down for whatever changes you think are appropriate


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Old 02-02-2013, 03:30 AM   #63
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I think this is a 18-21 day grain to glass so I'll brew one up tomorrow and will save a few cans of Abrasive for a side by side. I'd like to dial in the naked golden oat addition.

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40.8% 2-row
40.8% Golden Promise
7.1% Corn Sugar
7.1% Crystal 20
4.3% Golden Naked Oats

& try 6 ounces of malto-dextrine

I will change the 0 minute to 1.5 citra and 0.5 Warrior and the dry hop will be 2-3 ounces of Citra for 3 days. I can always add another ounce of Citra.
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I think this is a 18-21 day grain to glass so I'll brew one up tomorrow and will save a few cans of Abrasive for a side by side. I'd like to dial in the naked golden oat addition.

I will brew this:

40.8% 2-row
40.8% Golden Promise
7.1% Corn Sugar
7.1% Crystal 20
4.3% Golden Naked Oats

& try 6 ounces of malto-dextrine

I will change the 0 minute to 1.5 citra and 0.5 magnum and the dry hop will be 2 ounces of Citra for 3 days. I can always add another ounce of Citra.
Alrighty I am gonna have to convert those to lbs real quick haha
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Old 02-02-2013, 04:04 AM   #65
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Oh, 5lb 12 ounce on each grain, 1 pound of corn sugar, 1 pound of C20, 10 ounces of Golden Naked Oats, and 6 ounces of Malto-dextrine.
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Old 02-02-2013, 10:38 PM   #66
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Oh, 5lb 12 ounce on each grain, 1 pound of corn sugar, 1 pound of C20, 10 ounces of Golden Naked Oats, and 6 ounces of Malto-dextrine.
Sweetness, I just put in an order and will brew this coming weekend
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Old 02-02-2013, 11:18 PM   #67
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Magnum has almost no character. Then again neither does Warrior. Abrasive focuses on Warrior early and Citra late. I would definitely recommend 4 weeks in the primary including dryhop. I brewed a clone of this beer once by accident (wasn't even trying to, nor did I know what the recipe was) and it was a spot on clone. You'll want to use less C-20 since some sweetness will leach out from the GNO as well. No maltodextrine.
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Old 02-04-2013, 03:00 AM   #68
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I meant to write Warrior, my fault. I think Warrior does have a nice dry hop character and quite a few famous IPAs dry hop with warrior.
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Sweetness, I just put in an order and will brew this coming weekend
I just ordered everything for it too. Thanks for sharing Vegan!
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I meant to write Warrior, my fault. I think Warrior does have a nice dry hop character and quite a few famous IPAs dry hop with warrior.
No worries I ordered warrior anyway. Also the malto dextrine change


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