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Old 09-01-2011, 05:06 AM   #1061
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I wouldnt be worried about .1lb


I started dry hopping today, transferred from my glass to primary/bottling bucket. It's 18L in a 30L bucket. Should I be concerned about so much headspace? It's only going to be a week until I bulk prime and bottle..
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Old 09-01-2011, 02:35 PM   #1062
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If you weighed it with the bags, I would assume its 9lbs of extract and the bags weigh about .2 lb each... 9lbs of pale extract puts you around 1.063, you will make good beer, so you decide. I would probably just buy some DME and add it. Save the rest of it for starters.

Im really happy with how my beer turned out. Really is one of the best IPAs Ive had, and I make it a point to drink a lot of them.

Very solid and simple recipe Yooper. Thanks for sharing it.

I couldnt find amarillo at the time I was brewing this, so I went with Warrior, Simcoe and Centennial. Great combination.
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Old 09-01-2011, 02:55 PM   #1063
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@sangre you should look into Hopville.com

I wanted to brew this to take to the beach in a few weeks, but the original recipe comes out over 7% abv, and I wanted something a little less strong so it's more of a session beer. So I plugged in the original recipe to see how it would turn out (alcohol content, color, bitterness, etc) and then started modifying things to see if I could brew a similar beer that's closer to 6% abv (since that's what the original is, too).

Here's what I came up with: http://hopville.com/recipe/815655/am...nute-ipa-clone

My LHBS recommended that I should use Ringwood as the yeast, since that's what Dogfish Head uses, so I thought I'd give it a shot. My OG was spot on with what hopville said it would be, and after 12 days fermenting, my FG was also spot on. I'm going to check again tonight and if it hasn't moved I'll start dry-hopping.

But anyway, tools like hopville, beer smith, etc. will allow you to mess around with a recipe to see how changes/substitutions will affect the end result.
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Old 09-01-2011, 03:29 PM   #1064
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Those of you who used ringwood yeast. How did it compare to the real thing? I have only brewed this once and I used pacman.
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Old 09-01-2011, 03:33 PM   #1065
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I'll let you know in a month... I'll do a full side-by-side comparison
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Old 09-02-2011, 08:25 PM   #1066
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Just tapped this, sweet baby Jesus it's good.
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Old 09-05-2011, 12:05 AM   #1067
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Holy crap that was a lot of work. Extract recipe, second brew ever. Ended up using 13 dixie cups, one every 5 min.
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Old 09-05-2011, 12:10 AM   #1068
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I love dogs Fish and head. I mean dog fish head
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Old 09-05-2011, 02:26 PM   #1069
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Holy crap that was a lot of work. Extract recipe, second brew ever. Ended up using 13 dixie cups, one every 5 min.
But it's definitely more fun than just watching, right? I used jello shot cups - one every two minutes
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Old 09-06-2011, 03:07 PM   #1070
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Primary (70-74*) – 2 weeks
Dry hop primary (70-75*) – 1 week
Carb at room temp (72-76*) – 2 weeks

Have tested 2 beers from the 5 gallon batch. Both had some profile.

I used Irish moss but the beer is still “hazy”. What else could I have done to fix this? Maybe dry hop in secondary?

Since I could not get the same hops (Simcoe) as the recipe calls for, obviously the profile is not the same as the DFH 60 IPA. I substituted Summit hops per guy at local HBS. It is also a more bitter of an IPA then I usually care for, so will this mellow at all over time?

It is carbed ok but could be a little more carbed (I think). Not sure it would help to take all out of the frig, shake and set at room temp for a few more days. Any thoughts?

Head retention is lacking so not sure if my dishwasher left behind some nasties. We do not use Jet Dry but there is always a little bit of crusty detergent left in the dishwasher. Prior beer at great head retention though…

Any help is appreciated :0)
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