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Old 06-28-2014, 07:27 PM   #2161
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I found no. I added flame out hops to help with that on the second batch.


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Old 07-05-2014, 05:22 AM   #2162
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I was so worried to be adding dry hops to the primary... Glad I didn't this is a fantastic beer... Can't get the 60 IPA but I have had the 90 and I have a feeling that I did a great job
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Old 07-08-2014, 04:06 AM   #2163
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I bottled my batch today. It tasted good however it lacked the umff of an IPA and hoppy aroma. Will this come out as it ages?
DFH 60 Minute is hoppy more in the sense of bitterness than it is in knocking you in the face with hop aroma and wrecking your palate with hop flavor like West Coast IPAs do. Since East Coast IPAs are American IPAs that are more akin to their British counterparts instead of their West Coast counterparts I am surprised many outside of the region (that is the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic) actually like this beer as an IPA. Next to Boh (National Bohemian) and Yuengling, you can get DFH 60 Minute practically everywhere around here (Maryland), even at VFWs. It is my go-to beer.

For what it is worth, the ABV of the "real" DFH 60 Minute is "only" 6% and fairly balanced between maltiness/bitterness with a slight lean towards the bitter side.
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Old 07-13-2014, 12:22 AM   #2164
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I just brewed this tonight for my second all grain home brew (maybe my 10th home brew to date, but just switched to all grain a few months ago). I can't wait!

After reading through posts here, I did make some changes:

1. Went down to 11 lbs of 2-row instead of the original 13 lbs.
2. Had to use Crisp Amber since my LHBS did not have Fawcett.
3. Used WLP001 - California Ale yeast.
4. Somewhat continuous hop with the warrior for the first 35 minutes, then combined the simcoe and amarillo for later additions -- 15/10/5/0 and a hop stand for 20 mins at 175 F. Dry hop won't change.

OG was 1.055. Really looking forward to this one!
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Old 07-17-2014, 11:33 AM   #2165
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I brewed the original recipe and it was awesome. My second go, I too dropped the base malt to 11 lbs, and had to switch to citra from simcoe. I also brewed with safale 05 this time. Great brew, this time at 6%.
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Old 07-24-2014, 04:13 AM   #2166
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Here we go finished product... Pretty obvious which one is mine... But hey mine tastes fresher and more flavor! Love it
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Old 07-25-2014, 01:11 AM   #2167
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I just brewed this tonight for my second all grain home brew (maybe my 10th home brew to date, but just switched to all grain a few months ago). I can't wait!

After reading through posts here, I did make some changes:

1. Went down to 11 lbs of 2-row instead of the original 13 lbs.
2. Had to use Crisp Amber since my LHBS did not have Fawcett.
3. Used WLP001 - California Ale yeast.
4. Somewhat continuous hop with the warrior for the first 35 minutes, then combined the simcoe and amarillo for later additions -- 15/10/5/0 and a hop stand for 20 mins at 175 F. Dry hop won't change.

OG was 1.055. Really looking forward to this one!
It's been 11 days in the primary. I took a gravity reading and it was just over 1.010, so fermentation is practically done. Although, it did have a rather pungent odor. Not sure how to explain it, but it wasn't great. This is my first time using WLP001... is this normal? I did some Googling and saw other comments that sounded similar about the smell of this yeast, but, as usual, no one ever posts a resolution about how their beer turned out.
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Old 07-25-2014, 01:41 AM   #2168
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Ignore it. The smell of fermentation is NOT the smell of beer.
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Old 07-25-2014, 09:39 AM   #2169
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Ignore it. The smell of fermentation is NOT the smell of beer.
I'd usually agree with you, but it's been almost 2 weeks and I've smelled almost all of my brews in the primary at this point and it's usually smelled good, or at least close to good. This one is odd though. But yes, I'm leaning towards this as being normal for this yeast and not that something is wrong.
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Old 07-26-2014, 11:21 AM   #2170
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Brought this one to a bring a brew night at the LHBS and our was very well received. This is the best beer I have made to date!
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