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Old 05-08-2011, 01:40 AM   #91
Jan 2011
, Indiana
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Bringing my wort up to a boil currently.

This is my 3rd ever all grain batch and 4th ever batch.

For a 5 gallon batch I did...

8lbs 2 row
0.5lbs Cara-Pils
0.5lbs Crystal -65L (LHBS didn't have -60)
1oz Pearle 60min
0.5 Cascade 15min
0.5 Cascade 10min
0.5 Cascade 5min
1 whirlfloc tablet 10 mins (Will this help with clarity any? Reason you don't do something like this?)

I BIAB mashed for 140 for 15mins then 154 for 60mins.

I plan on dry hopping with 1 oz of Cascade.

Thanks for the recipe BierMuncher!

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Old 05-08-2011, 01:53 AM   #92
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Great time of year for this beer. Fresh and hoppy. Not to high an ABV. Good session beer with plenty of character.

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Old 05-08-2011, 04:31 AM   #93
Jan 2011
, Indiana
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Super excited my OG was 1.044 pretty close to the Original Gravity: 1.046 from the recipe. That is the closest I have been to what a recipe called for so far!

I ended up adding an extra 0.5oz of cascade at about 2 mins. I had 2oz of cascade in a single bag and it was hard to want to put away 0.5oz back into the freezer.

Now I will have to decide if I want to still dry hop it or not.

BierMuncher, do you add any irish moss or the likings to this? If so/no why?

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Old 06-07-2011, 06:29 PM   #94
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hopplease I know you posted this a month ago with no response. I have done this one a couple times and was grabbing the recipe for a trip to get the goodies to do batch number 3. I have done 5 gallon batches. I halved the original ingredients and added an extra lb of 2 row to kick it up a bit. I also added the extra .5 oz at 2 min for both batches and was quite pleased with the results. I wouldn't dry hop it. Comes out too perfect.

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Old 06-29-2011, 06:58 PM   #95
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Grand Rapids
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This may have been posted, but per their (SN) website:

alcohol content 5.6% by volume yeast Top-fermenting Ale Yeast
beginning gravity 13.0 Plato bittering hops Magnum & Perle
ending gravity 4.0 Plato finishing hops Cascade
bitterness units 37 malts Two-row Pale & Caramel

I know this recipe isn't to clone the beer, but is inspired by it....

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Old 07-12-2011, 01:41 AM   #96
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Foothills of Alberta, Alberta
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How would a couple # of flaked maize effect this recipe?

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Old 07-22-2011, 11:00 PM   #97
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Rut roh. Brewed this last Saturday. Had it fermenting in my temp controlled conical at 64 all week despite it being close to 100 in the garage.

Today we've got ourselves a brown out. I don't know how quickly the temp is going to rise as it is insulated pretty well, but I also have no clue how long it will take them to get power back on. I should be through the bulk of the fermentation, so I guess the slight rise will just wake up some yeast and it's going to finish with a slightly lower fg than intended, it's just a matter of how warm it will get. Used us-05 btw
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Old 08-03-2011, 07:08 PM   #98
Jul 2011
Tulsa, Ok
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Brewed the extract this monday, (8/1/11) with the addition of the munich. recipe was:
7# pale LME
.5# each: carapils/car60L
1oz perle (70m)
.5 (x3) cascade at 15, 10, &5
wyeast 1056

bubbling away today. Tough to keep it cool though. with the high predicted at 114 today... smell out of the airlock is intoxicating. Can't wait!

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Old 08-04-2011, 10:52 AM   #99
Feb 2011
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I did 10 gal of this. 5 on 05 and 5 on 1056. I think dry hopping is really the key to this beer. I used .5 lbs of cascade. This is a great beer with a little hop after taste. Good job!

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Old 09-16-2011, 03:40 AM   #100
Jul 2011
Tulsa, Ok
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i'm drinking this beer right now. munich is a wonderful addition, Dry hopped 7 days with a whole ounce of cascade. This brew is mindblowing, perfect balance. All my friends think i'm a virtuoso. Good recipe BM, like all of yours.

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