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Old 12-30-2012, 04:52 PM   #1781
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Brewing an 8 gallon batch of this tomorrow. Adding in a touch of Palisades with the Amarillo and Simcoe and using WLP007 (Dry English Ale). Also had to sub Muntons Amber Grain (2L) for the Thomas Fawcett. Anyone ever used this grain? Hopefully it would be an acceptable replacement?? That is the only Amber Malt my LHBS had. Added in 8oz of Crystal 40 for color (think I could have gotten away with 4-6 oz. Hopefully will be pretty close to the real thing with the changes I am making. Very excited to be brewing. Been a few months!

 
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Old 12-30-2012, 07:43 PM   #1782
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Brewing an 8 gallon batch of this tomorrow. Adding in a touch of Palisades with the Amarillo and Simcoe and using WLP007 (Dry English Ale). Also had to sub Muntons Amber Grain (2L) for the Thomas Fawcett. Anyone ever used this grain? Hopefully it would be an acceptable replacement?? That is the only Amber Malt my LHBS had. Added in 8oz of Crystal 40 for color (think I could have gotten away with 4-6 oz. Hopefully will be pretty close to the real thing with the changes I am making. Very excited to be brewing. Been a few months!
I'm used Munton's before- it's pretty close. I prefer the Thomas Fawcett slightly, but it's not really that big of a difference.
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Old 01-03-2013, 02:50 AM   #1783
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So I made this one on Sunday. I mashed in with 4.25 gal at 156F, and at 70 minutes and 154F I added 1 gallon of 180F water. Then I stirred, vorlaufed and drained followed by 3 gallons of the same pot of water (175ish). No science there just winging it.

I ended up with 1.060 and about 5.7 gal. I tried for 5.5. I'm actually happy with the gravity since I want it close to the original but I hope the hopping is going to work too. I added .4 oz warrior at 60 and .4 oz warrior to 35 since my AA was about 12% instead of the 16% in the recipe. It's been going strong at about 67 for the first 2 days and now down to 65 on day 3 where it will probably remain since I'm too cheap to run the heat higher during the day. I plan to dry hop in the primary on day 5 if the gravity is below 1.020. My goal is 1.014 but a few extra won't hurt either. On day 12 I will crash for 2 days and keg on day 14 at 40 psi for 3 days. I'll report back with the results.

 
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:29 PM   #1784
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On day 12 I will crash for 2 days
Just dont crash with a blowoff tube attached thats in a jug of StarSan like I did over the weekend... I wound up with about 1/8 gallon of 3 week old starsan/yeast liquid in my DFH 60 batch.

I bottled it anyway but will NEVER make this mistake again... Hopefully it turns out okay.

 
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Old 01-04-2013, 05:10 PM   #1785
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Well, I've had the chance to compare Nottingham against US05. The latter wins. I admit, it was my first time using Notty and I didn't care much for it. It gave me the worst heart burn and just didn't like the taste all too much. It was disappointing until I tasted the batch with US05 and that blew me away. I think Notty masked the flavor/aroma hops too much and made the beer taste bitter. US05 on the other hand, ferments much cleaner and lets the hops shine right through.

I use US05 for nearly all my beers and I love it. I wanted to experiment with Notty. I may try it again, but not on an IPA.

 
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Old 01-04-2013, 05:51 PM   #1786
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interesting, I find Notty to be pretty neutral....I always ferment in low-mid 60s though

I use US-05 a lot too, very consistent - just wish it dropped a little quicker/better
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Old 01-05-2013, 12:07 AM   #1787
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Which amount of hops do I add? The first hop schedule in the recipe has considerably less of an amount than the 2nd schedule further down in the recipe.

So which do I follow doing all grain? (I'm probably getting something wrong here)

 
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Old 01-05-2013, 03:13 AM   #1788
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Use the hop schedule in the first recipe (all grain). The second recipe is for extract and with a smaller boil less hop utilization therefore more hops required.

 
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Old 01-07-2013, 01:05 AM   #1789
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So I made this one on Sunday. I mashed in with 4.25 gal at 156F, and at 70 minutes and 154F I added 1 gallon of 180F water. Then I stirred, vorlaufed and drained followed by 3 gallons of the same pot of water (175ish). No science there just winging it.

I ended up with 1.060 and about 5.7 gal. I tried for 5.5. I'm actually happy with the gravity since I want it close to the original but I hope the hopping is going to work too. I added .4 oz warrior at 60 and .4 oz warrior to 35 since my AA was about 12% instead of the 16% in the recipe. It's been going strong at about 67 for the first 2 days and now down to 65 on day 3 where it will probably remain since I'm too cheap to run the heat higher during the day. I plan to dry hop in the primary on day 5 if the gravity is below 1.020. My goal is 1.014 but a few extra won't hurt either. On day 12 I will crash for 2 days and keg on day 14 at 40 psi for 3 days. I'll report back with the results.
After four days I got 1.014, and it remained there on the fifth day after I brewed it, so I dry hopped then. I'm completely satisfied with that. It kind of worried me for a second with 156 mash temp, but all appears well.

The taste appeared to be a very nice blonde, kind of what I assumed centennial blonde might have tasted before brewing it. I was going to transfer a half gallon to a soda bottle before dh but forgot. Oh well.

 
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Old 01-12-2013, 08:58 PM   #1790
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I'm planning on brewing this tomorrow. Is Caraamber an acceptable substitute for Thomas Fawcett amber malt?

 
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