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04-10-2013, 10:51 AM   #1941
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 That's basically what I did in iBrewmaster, but in 5 minute intervals. Came out to 61.59 IBU's.

04-10-2013, 12:19 PM   #1942
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 Originally Posted by KeyWestBrewing This may have been asked but... How do you calculate IBUs when continuously hopping using mixed hop varieties? With one hop you can painstakingly evenly divide all the additions and enter them minute for minute into Beersmith. But I dont understand how to figure it out when you mix them. Unless you divide all the additions equally by weight then weigh out half of each hop for each addition. Which would be a royal PITA!!! Someone tell me theres an easier way to figure this out
Guestimated, that's all. IBU calculation is a guess at best anyway, but in this case I just split it up into 20/15/10/5/0 additions and used that as the calculation.
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04-10-2013, 12:49 PM   #1943
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 Originally Posted by Yooper Guestimated, that's all. IBU calculation is a guess at best anyway, but in this case I just split it up into 20/15/10/5/0 additions and used that as the calculation.
Ok thanks. I didn't know if there was a formula or a way to do it or what.
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04-10-2013, 05:06 PM   #1944
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 Originally Posted by KeyWestBrewing Ok thanks. I didn't know if there was a formula or a way to do it or what.
Oh, there is, but I'm not a patient sort who would put in 3 ounces of hops in 1 minute intervals over the whole boil time.

I think that my good brewing friend, an engineer, probably would though!
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04-11-2013, 02:45 AM   #1945
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Just took a hydro sample from my extract brew. At 10 days it already tastes amazing with no carbonation and my 1056 (with starter obviously) took this bad boy down to 1.012!! Can't wait to see how good it is after a bit more diacetyl clean up, some dry hopping and proper kegging

04-11-2013, 03:18 AM   #1946
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It should turn out really good. One of the guys in my LHBC brews this beer constantly and its always delicious.
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04-15-2013, 04:53 PM   #1947
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Brewed my very first batch of beer a few weeks ago, this was it. Bottled Saturday, sample tasted SO good. Very excited for a carbed one. Thanks much for a great recipe.

04-16-2013, 02:10 AM   #1948
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Hey Yooper, around how long does it take for this to carb in bottles? Also, how you liking this weather the past few days? Houghton is a snowy swamp right now.

04-16-2013, 02:13 AM   #1949
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 Originally Posted by sweetberrywine Hey Yooper, around how long does it take for this to carb in bottles? Also, how you liking this weather the past few days? Houghton is a snowy swamp right now.
It's carbed up in a couple of weeks for me, but I've been kegging most of the batches now. I'm actually drinking a glass of this brew right now, from the tap.

The weather stinks!!!! When I looked outside last evening and saw yet more snow, I almost cried. By this time last year, we had our boat dock in and the boat in the water, and this year I can't even walk across my deck. Way too much snow for me, and for way too long!
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04-16-2013, 02:35 AM   #1950
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 Originally Posted by Yooper It's carbed up in a couple of weeks for me, but I've been kegging most of the batches now. I'm actually drinking a glass of this brew right now, from the tap. The weather stinks!!!! When I looked outside last evening and saw yet more snow, I almost cried. By this time last year, we had our boat dock in and the boat in the water, and this year I can't even walk across my deck. Way too much snow for me, and for way too long!
I'm telling you Yoop, anytime you wanna trade lol. It was 92 all day today, with humidity it felt like 100.
On a totally different note while continuing to be off topic.... Having read about how fast you go from grain to glass I was inspired and got my most recent batch of IPA from grain to glass in 11 days!!!
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