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Old 10-22-2012, 10:21 PM   #561
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:05 AM   #562
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:25 PM   #563
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How was it? I want to try summit hops soon
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How was it? I want to try summit hops soon
I like it. It is mostly orange/tangerine/citrus flavored with a danky backbone. I thought it did well on it's own and now I am curious to pair it with something - maybe Citra or Amarillo?

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I like it. It is mostly orange/tangerine/citrus flavored with a danky backbone. I thought it did well on it's own and now I am curious to pair it with something - maybe Citra or Amarillo?

I am always up for a swap if you want a bottle
Appreciate the offer but I'll just do a one gallon batch to save money vs shipping. Maybe if you have a bottle left in a couple of weeks we can do a Summit pale ale swap.Thanks, I really like the idea of tangerine, maybe with some cascade or something. I'll try it
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:04 PM   #566
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My Vanilla Pumpkin Porter. The flavor is coming on strong now. The downside is I only have a dozen bombers left

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What yeast did you use?
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WLP002 - took six weeks to hit final gravity of 1.015 (from OG of 1.058.) I did not use a starter on this though (lesson learned and will use them from now on!)
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Smoked Porter. Smoked my own 2-row for this and had a real blast brewing this one.
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