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Old 10-06-2011, 06:34 PM   #1101
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this is going to be my next IPA .. I'm only going to make 3 gallons, so do you think I could just pitch a packet of dry us-05?
Yes, that would be fine.


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Old 10-07-2011, 03:54 PM   #1102
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The ingredients for this are coming in today and I am planning on brewing it tonight. I am using Nottingham and it just so happens that I also have a spare packet of Nottingham in the fridge. This will be the biggest beer I have brewed so far, most have been in the 1.040 ballpark.

Where this is a bigger beer and I just have this extra yeast that will probably go un-used otherwise, is there any harm in pitching both packets? Overkill?



 
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Old 10-07-2011, 06:12 PM   #1103
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Nope. Shoudnt cause an issue. On anything 1.06+ i usually pitch 2 packets if using dry yeast.
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Old 10-07-2011, 10:21 PM   #1104
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Brewed this as our second batch (group of friends) of beer. First batch as a Imperial IPA kit from Brewers best. Tasted last night after 4 weeks in bottles. Pretty good - had a bitter bite to it and a very dry after taste.

Followed the extract version of the recipe. Had to substitute columbus/centenial mix for Simcoe for hop boil. Was able to get Simcoe for dry hop.

Batch is still in fermenter. OG was 1.068. Tough to get exact reading with all bubbles. Just took sample last night at 7 days and its down to 1.014 and still releasing bubbles every 15-20 seconds. Is it done?. We figured we would let sit for another 5-7 days then dry hop for a week with Simcoe and Amarillo per directions for 7 days then bottle.

 
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Old 10-07-2011, 10:56 PM   #1105
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Brewed this as our second batch (group of friends) of beer. First batch as a Imperial IPA kit from Brewers best. Tasted last night after 4 weeks in bottles. Pretty good - had a bitter bite to it and a very dry after taste.

Followed the extract version of the recipe. Had to substitute columbus/centenial mix for Simcoe for hop boil. Was able to get Simcoe for dry hop.

Batch is still in fermenter. OG was 1.068. Tough to get exact reading with all bubbles. Just took sample last night at 7 days and its down to 1.014 and still releasing bubbles every 15-20 seconds. Is it done?. We figured we would let sit for another 5-7 days then dry hop for a week with Simcoe and Amarillo per directions for 7 days then bottle.
It's done if you check it again in three days and it's still 1.014. If it's lower, check it again three days later. When the SG doesn't change any more, the beer is finished fermenting. I'd dryhop after the SG hasn't changed for at least three days, and the beer is clear. It might be in 7 days, but it might not be for another 14 days. Don't dryhop until 7 days before bottling!
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Old 10-11-2011, 10:29 AM   #1106
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Old 10-11-2011, 11:52 AM   #1107
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This is still one of my favorite recipes I have brewed so far. I want to do it again but I am going to wait until I get all my AG equipment, then I will try the AG recipe. maybe I should stock up on simcoe before it's all gone
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Old 10-12-2011, 05:40 AM   #1108
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This is still one of my favorite recipes I have brewed so far. I want to do it again but I am going to wait until I get all my AG equipment, then I will try the AG recipe. maybe I should stock up on simcoe before it's all gone
Make an extract batch, then you'll have something to drink while you collect your AG equipment ...

I really want to make this again, correcting the mistakes I made last time (although the beer was still great). Just need to find the time.

 
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Old 10-13-2011, 07:39 PM   #1109
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Will be stepping up my Pacman starter this evening for my Sunday funday of brewing Yoopers recipe. Can't wait!! My LHBS had a good amount of Simcoe. I went ahead and bought 4 ounces since I imagine I'll be making this one again in the near future.

 
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Old 10-16-2011, 05:50 AM   #1110
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Didn't have simcoe when I made this, so I substituted Galena and Horizon mixed in the place of simcoe...

Flavor is nice after 30 days, with nice floral tones, but it still tastes a little hot because the fg finished at 1.004

Don't know exactly why this happened as I fermented at 68 or so (room temp).

One curiosity is that a while ago i thought that it would be a good idea and maybe work on a house yeast blend, and mixed pacman and nottingham cakes to see what would happen. Maybe this is what happened...

If I like the final beer in a few weeks, I will continue this train of thought. Otherwise, if it isn't broke, don't sub strange yeast strains, and different hops


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