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Old 12-09-2007, 12:46 AM   #41
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Is Wyeast 07250 the proper yeast to use? Not finding Pacman
I don't know- I used pacman once, and then I used dry yeast (Nottingham) once. I don't know that particular yeast- but I'd use a clean fermenting ale yeast- this beer is all about the hops!
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Old 12-09-2007, 12:55 AM   #42
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I don't know- I used pacman once, and then I used dry yeast (Nottingham) once. I don't know that particular yeast- but I'd use a clean fermenting ale yeast- this beer is all about the hops!
Here is the info...

1792 Fat Tire Ale Yeast. This eagerly-anticipated Wyeast VSS release is the proprietary strain used by New Belgium Brewery in their cult favorite Fat Tire Amber Ale. Apparent attenuation: 73-77%. Flocculation: low. Optimum temp: 65-72 F

<EDIT> Wow I got the numbers wrong on the 1st post... sorry


 
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Old 12-09-2007, 02:02 AM   #43
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Here is the info...

1792 Fat Tire Ale Yeast. This eagerly-anticipated Wyeast VSS release is the proprietary strain used by New Belgium Brewery in their cult favorite Fat Tire Amber Ale. Apparent attenuation: 73-77%. Flocculation: low. Optimum temp: 65-72 F

<EDIT> Wow I got the numbers wrong on the 1st post... sorry
I would not buy this yeast to use exclusively for this beer. I believe that Yooper used Pacman because she had that around and it is a clean ferementing yeast. I used WLP001 and had great results. My top 3 choices would be WLP001, Wyeast 1056, or Safale 05. I think the Fat Tire strain might through some flavors in there that will move it away from a clone, but I am sure it will still be an excellent beer.

 
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Old 12-09-2007, 02:10 AM   #44
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I would not buy this yeast to use exclusively for this beer. I believe that Yooper used Pacman because she had that around and it is a clean ferementing yeast. I used WLP001 and had great results. My top 3 choices would be WLP001, Wyeast 1056, or Safale 05. I think the Fat Tire strain might through some flavors in there that will move it away from a clone, but I am sure it will still be an excellent beer.
Yeah, I used pacman last year because I had it saved and it is a super clean high attenuating yeast. I think the FT strain might give you some "Belgian-y" flavors. I mean use it if you want, because it might make a great beer, like Beerrific said, but not a clone.
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Old 12-09-2007, 02:21 AM   #45
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Old 12-09-2007, 06:18 AM   #46
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Is it just me, or are the SRM's not right on this? This pictures come out showing a nice amber beer, but BeerSmith is telling me to expect something more straw-colored.
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Old 12-09-2007, 07:37 AM   #47
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Is it just me, or are the SRM's not right on this? This pictures come out showing a nice amber beer, but BeerSmith is telling me to expect something more straw-colored.
BeerSmith's little picture is pretty deceptive. It only shows about three shades to me: light yellow, golden amber, and black. The recipe is a pretty good approximation of the DFH brew in both color and flavor.
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Thanks Yuri.

Well, I used 3/4lb of Crystal 60 instead of Maris Otter (didn't have any lying around). I also First Wort Hopped a half ounce of Amarillo in the place of some of the Warrior because I like the flavor from FWH and don't care to make a beer too bitter.
And I mashed at 155 to make for a maltier beer.

What can I say? I like DFH60 well enough, but it's a bit too hoppy for me.

So I'm making it more to my liking. Thanks for the recipe, yoop. I think it's going to be a good one...
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:08 PM   #49
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This is my next beer for sure. One problem is finding Warrier and Simcoe hops. They seem hard to find pellets..I have to check my local guy but online they are scarce...anyone else have this problem?

Jay

I do love the beer and can not wait. I was thinking mash a bit higher to attempt to have a bit more malt and body maybe 155?? or 156.
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This is my next beer for sure. One problem is finding Warrier and Simcoe hops. They seem hard to find pellets..I have to check my local guy but online they are scarce...anyone else have this problem?

Try austinhomebrew, that's where I got mine. Or hops direct.
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