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Old 11-20-2012, 02:59 PM   #1731
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I'd like to make this brew in January, but my usual online sources are out of Amarillo and Simcoe. Are there acceptable substitutes, or do you expect the shortage to be eased a bit by January? Anyone know of a Canadian hop source that has Amarillo and Simcoe in stock?

 
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Old 11-20-2012, 03:45 PM   #1732
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Palisade instead of Amarillo, per BYO 60-Minute recipe.
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Old 11-23-2012, 12:11 AM   #1733
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so forgive me if this has been posted recently, but i don't exactly feel like reading 174 pages to find the answer......is the recipe the first post in the thread? I know that was posted before the final product had been sampled, but has it changed along the way?

 
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Old 11-23-2012, 12:12 AM   #1734
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so forgive me if this has been posted recently, but i don't exactly feel like reading 174 pages to find the answer......is the recipe the first post in the thread? I know that was posted before the final product had been sampled, but has it changed along the way?
No, it hasn't changed. It's against the forum rules to post a recipe that hasn't been brewed more than once, and needs to be repeatable. I brewed it and sampled it before posting, and many times after.

It's been brewed by me at least 25 times, probably more.
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Old 11-23-2012, 12:21 AM   #1735
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It's been brewed by me at least 25 times, probably more.
That is impressive, Yoop! I can only imagine what you have learned with that much experience.

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Old 11-23-2012, 12:49 AM   #1736
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That is impressive, Yoop! I can only imagine what you have learned with that much experience.

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I don't know how much I've learned, but my liver has had quite a workout!

I brew pretty often, and I stopped counting my batches several years ago but I guessed that I'm up over 350 batches or more, plus many batches of wine, mead, and cider. (I was a winemaker before brewing). Right now, I have more wine in fermenters than beer.

Since I like hoppy beers the most, I tend to brew more APAs and IPAs than other beers but right now I have an IPA on tap (this one), an amber, and a stout and a hoppy pale ale in the fermenter. I make a few lagers a year, a few other specialty beers (like california common) and then try to keep at least one other different beer on tap most of the time. I brew often, but not as much as I like. I brew maybe 3 times per month now.
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Old 11-26-2012, 12:53 PM   #1737
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I finally got around to brewing this recipe. My LHBS has Amarillo and Simcoe so I made a 10 gal batch Sat night. I brew in the garage and love brewing in the cold. My CFC knocked the temp down to 65F in no time. I split the batch between 2 buckets, 1 with US-05 and the other with Nottingham. The beer is happily fermenting at 63F.

Thanks for sharing this recipe!

 
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Old 11-26-2012, 05:20 PM   #1738
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I finally got around to brewing this recipe. My LHBS has Amarillo and Simcoe so I made a 10 gal batch Sat night. I brew in the garage and love brewing in the cold. My CFC knocked the temp down to 65F in no time. I split the batch between 2 buckets, 1 with US-05 and the other with Nottingham. The beer is happily fermenting at 63F.

Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Your LHBS has amarillo? I recommend going back today and buying as much as they will sell you. And then send some to me

 
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Old 11-27-2012, 12:32 PM   #1739
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My LHBS had amarillo too. The guy said he got about 50 ounces, and that would probably be it for the year. How long will those pellets stay good for if I throw them in the fridge? I may go back and get a few more, but I don't plan on using them for a couple months.

 
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Old 11-27-2012, 12:42 PM   #1740
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Your LHBS has amarillo? I recommend going back today and buying as much as they will sell you. And then send some to me
I was shocked they had it in stock! They don't carry Thomas Fawcett Amber Malt and I didn't want to pay ridiculous shipping charges for 12 oz so I went with Crisp Amber.

Just an update, checked on the beer this morning to find the bucket with Nottingham had kreusen coming through the airlock! I was purposely fermenting the beer on the low range to slow down the fermentation a bit and minimize the chances of a blowoff. Oh well for that!

Basement smells so nice, can't wait to try this beer!

 
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