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Old 04-16-2012, 08:29 PM   #41
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I'm bottling and I've got 5 gal in the primary right now. I have 2 oz of Nugget and 1 oz of Warrior for dry hopping. Think that'll do it?


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Old 04-16-2012, 10:31 PM   #42
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Sure, are you hopping in a carboy, or keg hopping?


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Old 04-16-2012, 11:32 PM   #43
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Try to not let it off-gas and push out that aroma.
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Old 04-18-2012, 07:50 PM   #45
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Cool. I racked to secondary today for 14 days of dry hopping.

FG-1.014 for an ABv of 7.4%.

The color is exact

Taste was perfect. The taste, bitterness, and mouthfeel are all spot on. The only thing missing is the nose, which I anticipate will be there after the dry hopping. This seriously might be an exact clone..I have a few fresh bottles of NN that I will try side by side after bottling.

Cheers!
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Cool. I racked to secondary today for 14 days of dry hopping.

FG-1.014 for an ABv of 7.4%.

Taste was perfect. The taste, bitterness, and mouthfeel are all spot on. The only thing missing is the nose, which I anticipate will be there after the dry hopping. This seriously might be an exact clone..I have a few fresh bottles of NN that I will try side by side after bottling.

Cheers!
Mine was dead-on and even had a great nose. You will get a lot more nose when it is carbonated and pour it. Carbonation really brings out the aroma hops.

I will certainly be making this recipe again.
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I made this too with the grain profile here and the hop schedule from the other thread. Going to transfer to secondary and dry hop in another couple of days then bottle next week.
So your final recipe was this? Did you mash at the temp suggested? What yeast?

Malt
(Calculated for 7.5% ABV - mashed around 151/152)
80% Vienna
10% Munich
10% Pils

1.00 oz 13%aa Nugget 60'
0.50 oz 13%aa Simcoe 30'
1.00 oz 16%aa Warrior 20'
1.25 oz 16%aa Tomahawk 0' or hopback
1.00 oz 8%aa Palisade 0' or hopback
1.00 oz 13%aa Simcoe DH
1.00 oz 8%aa Palisade DH
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Yeah if you don't mind please post your finished recipes so we know which one turned out to be the "clone". I think WLP001 will get you what you need mychal...Just be sure to pitch the appropriate amount so it ferments clean
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So your final recipe was this? Did you mash at the temp suggested? What yeast?

Malt
(Calculated for 7.5% ABV - mashed around 151/152)
80% Vienna
10% Munich
10% Pils

1.00 oz 13%aa Nugget 60'
0.50 oz 13%aa Simcoe 30'
1.00 oz 16%aa Warrior 20'
1.25 oz 16%aa Tomahawk 0' or hopback
1.00 oz 8%aa Palisade 0' or hopback
1.00 oz 13%aa Simcoe DH
1.00 oz 8%aa Palisade DH
Mine was a modified version of the BYO recipe to account for a full boil. I used all of thr same hops that BYO suggests.

I used WLP 0001.
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Nice!


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