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Old 11-24-2011, 03:00 PM   #1171
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Did you do a full boil? If not, you probably just didn't mix the top-up water with the wort well enough.

Also what temp. did you take your reading at? If the wort was hot or warm, you need to account for this.

Post the exact recipe you used and your method and we'll see.

 
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Old 11-28-2011, 07:53 PM   #1172
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Just wanted to say a big "THANK YOU" to Yooper for posting this recipe and to everyone else on this forum.

I did my first All Grain yesterday with this recipe and it went pretty smoothly. I made my first yeast starter on Thurs night, made a mash tun out of a cooler on Saturday, brewed on Sunday. Great Weekend! http://www.homebrewtalk.com/images/smilies/n045.gif

I did a 2.5 Gallon batch on my gas stove (no garage, backyard, etc. for propane). My Mash temp was 4 degrees low so I added a half gallon of hot water (180 degrees?) until I hit the temp and took a half gallon off of my sparge water. The glass lid on my brew kettle exploded and shards of glass fell into sparge water - minor setback - rinsed out kettle thoroughly, added more water to get up to temp.

Preboil Gravity was on the money, O.G. was a tiny bit off, not concerning though; I figured at this point in the brew day I'd be way off and running for the DME. Beginner's luck I guess.

However, I added the Warrior at 60 min, Amarillo at 35 min, & Simcoe at 30 min. but I didn't toss them in gradually, I just dumped all the hops at their intended times. Any idea how this might turn out differently than sprinkling in hops every few minutes? What are the benefits of sprinkling in hops through boil, is it something to do with hop utilization?

Thanks again Everyone!
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Old 12-03-2011, 05:36 PM   #1173
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Looking forward to brewing this in a couple days.

 
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Old 12-03-2011, 10:53 PM   #1174
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just bottled this today it tastes awesome

 
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Old 12-05-2011, 05:05 PM   #1175
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I am brewing this tomarow. My local HBS only had Maris Otter, since the I found someone who had Amber malt. Is thier a diffrence in batch taste/aperanc using one over the other?

 
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Old 12-06-2011, 12:06 AM   #1176
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I am brewing this tomarow. My local HBS only had Maris Otter, since the I found someone who had Amber malt. Is thier a diffrence in batch taste/aperanc using one over the other?
Yes, the amber malt is better. BUT, with only a few ounces, it's ok to use biscuit malt, marris otter, or amber malt in the recipe with good results!
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Old 12-07-2011, 01:31 AM   #1177
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Originally Posted by ShaLaH
Just wanted to say a big "THANK YOU" to Yooper for posting this recipe and to everyone else on this forum.

I did my first All Grain yesterday with this recipe and it went pretty smoothly. I made my first yeast starter on Thurs night, made a mash tun out of a cooler on Saturday, brewed on Sunday. Great Weekend! http://www.homebrewtalk.com/images/smilies/n045.gif

I did a 2.5 Gallon batch on my gas stove (no garage, backyard, etc. for propane). My Mash temp was 4 degrees low so I added a half gallon of hot water (180 degrees?) until I hit the temp and took a half gallon off of my sparge water. The glass lid on my brew kettle exploded and shards of glass fell into sparge water - minor setback - rinsed out kettle thoroughly, added more water to get up to temp.

Preboil Gravity was on the money, O.G. was a tiny bit off, not concerning though; I figured at this point in the brew day I'd be way off and running for the DME. Beginner's luck I guess.

However, I added the Warrior at 60 min, Amarillo at 35 min, & Simcoe at 30 min. but I didn't toss them in gradually, I just dumped all the hops at their intended times. Any idea how this might turn out differently than sprinkling in hops every few minutes? What are the benefits of sprinkling in hops through boil, is it something to do with hop utilization?

Thanks again Everyone!
Umm yea that is going to be one bitter beer. Sprinkling them in after the 35 min mark to the end of the boil is all flavor hopping. Just wait it out, it might not be too bad.

 
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Old 12-07-2011, 05:10 PM   #1178
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Where is everyone getting Simcoe hops from? I can't seem to find pellet hops, only leaf...
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Old 12-07-2011, 06:31 PM   #1179
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Where is everyone getting Simcoe hops from? I can't seem to find pellet hops, only leaf...
I got mine from nthomebrew.com

 
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Old 12-08-2011, 07:07 PM   #1180
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Where is everyone getting Simcoe hops from? I can't seem to find pellet hops, only leaf...
Hm, I specifically look for leaf for this recipe, especially for the dry hop portion.

 
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