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Old 12-06-2011, 05:42 AM   #111
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Default Bier Muncher strikes again with Nierra Sevada!!!!


BierMuncher strikes again with Nierra Sevada!!!! Another killer recipe. My first AG was his superb centennial blonde. I highly recommend his centennial for someone just making the switch from extract.

Just took a reading and tasted this beer after 2 weeks in primary. Beer is finished (US-05). Tastes great coming out of primary. I expect it will be drinking like a beauty by the 25th.....that was the plan.

Thanks BierMuncher for another great one! SWMBO slayer next.
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Old 12-09-2011, 06:00 PM   #112
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Earlier, there was a question about doing extract in about a 2.5 gallon boil. I didn't see results from the conversion for steeping grains and hop additions. Anyone do an extract brew in a 2.5 gallon boil for a 5 gallon total batch that has a successful recipe?
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:40 AM   #113
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Just brewed my first all grain brew with your recipe.

Everything went great, hit 1.042 for the OG, just short of your 1.046.

My efficiency was 69%, for my first AG batch I'm not too upset with that, especially since I'm doing no sparge BIAB.

See you in two months, but I cant wait to taste this.
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Old 01-20-2012, 01:21 PM   #114
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How quickly can this be ready to drink? I'm taking a week off to go hang out in the mountains in a month, and would like to bring a good pale ale up to keep us company.

If I brew this over the weekend will it be ready in 4 weeks?
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Old 01-20-2012, 10:35 PM   #115
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How quickly can this be ready to drink? I'm taking a week off to go hang out in the mountains in a month, and would like to bring a good pale ale up to keep us company.

If I brew this over the weekend will it be ready in 4 weeks?
Kegging yes.

Bottling no.
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Kegging yes.

Bottling no.
I guess I should have specified that I was going to keg it. Thanks BierMuncher! Can't wait to brew (and especially, drink) this.
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If I wanted a little more oomph in this beer, would I just add more 2 row, or would that throw the balance off?
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If I wanted a little more oomph in this beer, would I just add more 2 row, or would that throw the balance off?
If all you want to do is kick the ABV up some, adding a pound of simple cane (table) sugar is effective...without changing the profile noticeably.
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Just brewed 5 gallons of this tonight. Gravity came in closer to 1040, but I don't think my water measurements were super accurate along the way. Looking forward to tasting it in a few weeks.
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Old 01-24-2012, 12:13 PM   #120
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Don't forget to dry hop. Thats the key to this great tasting beer.
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