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Old 06-27-2012, 02:02 AM   #21
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quick question..... I'm going to brew this over the weekend to compare it to the original. In your recipe are you spec'ing out whole leaf or pellet hops ?
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Old 06-27-2012, 02:18 AM   #22
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I used pellet.
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When do you add the corn sugar to the boil?
WEll I know this is a little late as you posted this in April. I added my corn sugar similiar to a late extract addition so I ddi it in the last 15 minutes.
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Old 07-06-2012, 12:04 PM   #24
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I just bottled a Pliny The Elder clone 7/4/12. This will be interesting as I don't see any reviews on this exact clone. If anyone has had the clone from RITEBREW "Pliny Inspired" please let me know your thoughts. I am very interested in hearing someones view on this one. They sell this all over the internet. Amazon etc. GO to ritebrew.com as well to see recipe.

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Old 07-10-2012, 03:03 AM   #25
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You bottled in the future? Haha I'm workin on a double "pliny inspired" as well. Grain bill direction would be much appreciated.
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[quote="dooman333"]You bottled in the future? Haha I'm workin on a double "pliny inspired" as well. Grain bill direction would be much appreciated.[/
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You bottled in the future? Haha I'm workin on a double "pliny inspired" as well. Grain bill direction would be much appreciated.
a lot of countries go day/month/year instead of month/day/year
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Hence the "haha"
Otter seems to be a popular IIPA grain.
Let us know how it turns out springtime!
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So funny. You are correct I meant 7/4. I wish I could pull the UK card on this one but I'll chalk it up to the IPA's. I will most def. let you all know how this one turns out. Giving it a few weeks carbonation.
.25 lb Caramel 40L Steep 20 min @ 155f
8lbs GOld DME 60 min
3oz Columbus hops 90 min
1oz Columbus hops 45 min
1lb corn sugar 30 min
1oz centennial hops Steep 10 min after boil, before cooling
2oz Simcoe hops Steep 10 min after boil, before cooling
1oz each- columbus, centennial, simcoe Dry hop fr 10-14 days
used White labs california ale yeast wlp001
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Brewing up a batch of this right now

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