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Old 04-04-2012, 01:33 PM   #1461
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Is there a way to use this recipe to figure out how to brew the 90 min too?
check out this thread

Essentially just upping the quantities of everything a bit.
The 90 was actually around first and then they made the 60 to have something more sessionable, so it makes sense that they are close in recipe.

the 90 is probably my favorite beer but can't exactly drink it all day long...
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Old 04-05-2012, 12:51 AM   #1462
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Dumb question, but should I strain the boiling hops (pellet mush) out when I dump the wort in the fermenter?
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Old 04-05-2012, 01:33 AM   #1463
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You don't have to strain the hops. I always do though - less trub, quick to clear, and less in the way during transfer.
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Old 04-05-2012, 08:44 PM   #1464
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Do you think one pack of 1056 will be ok? The pack says I may need more if my OG is above 1.060

Excited to brew this one tomorrow!
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Old 04-05-2012, 08:46 PM   #1465
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Do you think one pack of 1056 will be ok? The pack says I may need more if my OG is above 1.060

Excited to brew this one tomorrow!
You will need a starter.
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Old 04-05-2012, 09:44 PM   #1466
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ive found using a metal strainer over the top of a funnel with cheese cloth in it(when your transferring to carboy) does an absolute amazing job filtering and does a really good job of aerating too.

@ Dustbow thanks and agreed, the 90 min is an amazing IPA.
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@Red86Yota If you need an intro on how to make a starter, watch this video here: http://billybrew.com/how-to-make-a-yeast-starter

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Thanks HBrew!
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Old 04-07-2012, 12:20 AM   #1469
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Just racked into secondary after 2 weeks in primary. O.G. 1.062, tested at racking time was 1.012. Now let the dry hopping begin. This is my first brew in 8 years. I took a bit of a hiatus. Tasted the sample and had nice bitterness but was missing the sweetness of Dogfish 60. Any thoughts to way? Will it get better after being in the bottle for a while?
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Just racked into secondary after 2 weeks in primary. O.G. 1.062, tested at racking time was 1.012. Now let the dry hopping begin. This is my first brew in 8 years. I took a bit of a hiatus. Tasted the sample and had nice bitterness but was missing the sweetness of Dogfish 60. Any thoughts to way? Will it get better after being in the bottle for a while?
I don't think any sweetness will come, but maybe the perception of sweetness will be improved by the dryhopping.

There isn't any crystal malt in the AG recipe, as it's not a sweet beer at all to me, so I'm sure that's why.
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