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Old 05-25-2012, 04:57 PM   #231
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I wouldn't do Pils. I see a bunch of recipes call for it. But I've read interviews from the DFH brewers that say they dont use it. Sh** it says right on the bottle. English 2-row barley
Committed to MO (already bought) for this batch. However seeing that there are a number of "English 2-row" barleys I might try some of the others in future brews for comparison.
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Old 05-26-2012, 12:00 AM   #232
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Isn't MO technically British 2-row? I honestly don't know for sure, I'm kinda new at this... haha.
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Old 05-26-2012, 04:56 PM   #233
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Isn't MO technically British 2-row? I honestly don't know for sure, I'm kinda new at this... haha.
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Brewed with MO for the base malt. I'll post back comments doing a side by side comparison with DH 90 in a few weeks.
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Old 06-07-2012, 01:18 PM   #235
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It's been a week+ and down to FG. Tasted the measured amount and though smooth, don't think it's a DF 90 match. Might have to make "adjustments" after taste testing DF 90 and see what's missing.
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Old 06-07-2012, 07:04 PM   #236
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It's been a week+ and down to FG. Tasted the measured amount and though smooth, don't think it's a DF 90 match. Might have to make "adjustments" after taste testing DF 90 and see what's missing.
It will change quite a bit after you dry hop it. Give it some time. Mine wasn't a dead ringer either but pretty close, and that was with regular us 2-row and only 1lb of amber malt.
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It will change quite a bit after you dry hop it. Give it some time. Mine wasn't a dead ringer either but pretty close, and that was with regular us 2-row and only 1lb of amber malt.
Did a taste test of DF 90. This grain bill needs something else. Dry hopping isn't going to make it get any closer. Time to do some grain research before tweaking.
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Additional grains really improved the flavor but not a clone. Going to try this one again with recipe modifications.
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I did mine with an extra pound of base malt, which was MO, and a few extra ounces of amber. I also did two full ounces of simcoe and amarillo at flameout. I overshot my OG by quite a bit, so I beefed up the dryhop bill as well. One oz each of Simcoe and Amarillo the first week, then three of each as of last night. Looking forward to see how this big, brawny IPA is gonna come out!
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Old 06-14-2012, 03:33 AM   #240
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I'm actually starting to think WLP007 is a little too clean. Maybe the extra 'something' in the grain bill we're looking for are a little more esters. I'm not a ringwood fan, but it might be time for me to give it a try for this beer
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