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Old 07-22-2012, 10:36 PM   #1611
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Dogfish uses pellet hops so I think you'll be fine.


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Old 07-24-2012, 11:19 PM   #1612
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brewed a 10 gal batch of this, and just finished drinking my last keg... this brew was great, i'm planing on brewing it again very soon.. I used pellet hops for the dry hopping also. the only critisism i could give is that i don't remember dogfish 60 being THIS grapefruity... the amarillo made this VERY grapefruity, now i havn't had dogfish for well over a year as i live in canada and it's hard to come by out here... But friends of mine that enjoy craft beer were over and couldn't stop drinking it.. it was a great brew.


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Old 07-29-2012, 01:34 PM   #1613
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I think when it's really fresh (like a fresh keg on tap), the DFH is grapefruity. But I've only been able to get some aged/older bottles and it's much more subdued than my version.

I was at a graduation party yesterday, and an aquaintance was talking about a friend's awesome IPA and that it was his favorite beer. Just then, the friend walked up (lschiavo from this forum) and laughed and pointed to me and said "it's her recipe!"

I think the reason it's so good is that it's hoppy, but not bitter. I love a good firmly bitter IPA of course, but this beer is not very bitter and so it's refreshing and easy to drink.

I've been dabbling with lowering the OG to try to make it a session beer for quite a while now, but my favorite version is still the original!
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Old 07-31-2012, 10:51 PM   #1614
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Hey guys! I'm new to brewing and interested in this clone since it is my favorite IPA. I was trying to look through the pages but is the recommended recipe still the one on the first page from 2007? I am interested in doing extract or partial mash. Thanks!

 
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Old 08-01-2012, 01:31 AM   #1615
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Indeed it is. Brew away!

 
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Old 08-01-2012, 01:38 PM   #1616
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Originally Posted by Brewmaster_CPA View Post
Hey guys! I'm new to brewing and interested in this clone since it is my favorite IPA. I was trying to look through the pages but is the recommended recipe still the one on the first page from 2007? I am interested in doing extract or partial mash. Thanks!
I brewed the original extract version Yooper list in the front of this thread and it came out amazing. I would not change a thing! For extract, it was very close to the original DFH from what I can remember. Good luck!

 
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Old 08-01-2012, 01:42 PM   #1617
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So my second attempt at this bad-boy came out quite swimmingly. So delicious and packs a punch - I mashed at a few degress lower than I should have thanks to a poorly-calibrated thermometer, but all in all a great showcase for the simcoe hops and a touch of amber malt. One of my favourites.

Dogfish 60 on tap is definitely a bonus to have at my house.

 
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Old 08-01-2012, 02:56 PM   #1618
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I doubled all but the bittering hops. I just couldn't believe that that few hops would result in a 60 Minute clone. Beer was great, not sure I'd go with the OP recipe exactly, just my taste. I did two batches of a Pale Ale with only 2nd dry hop and it was barely noticeable, 3 oz was very nice. On second though, I'd make the OP recipe and just have a bigger IPA on tap next to it.

 
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Old 08-01-2012, 06:47 PM   #1619
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cant get my hands on the 6 oz of thomas fawcett amber.... any recs on what i should get as a substitute. Also, NB is out of amarillo gold; is the zythos blend a good sub for this recipe?
thanks in advance!

 
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Old 08-01-2012, 06:52 PM   #1620
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cant get my hands on the 6 oz of thomas fawcett amber.... any recs on what i should get as a substitute. Also, NB is out of amarillo gold; is the zythos blend a good sub for this recipe?
thanks in advance!
Farmhouse brewing has both, do not substitute! Zythos if anything is close to Citra in my experience.



 
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