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Old 11-25-2008, 03:21 PM   #61
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I think the only limit to that partial mash is your ability to hold 6.75 lbs of grain plus water in your MLT. If you have a 5 gallon cooler then no problem, probably even fine for a 3 gallon cooler. I just remember reading that over 5 lbs of grain becomes tougher if you are using a 2 gallon cooler.
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Old 11-25-2008, 03:26 PM   #62
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Some friends have requested this again, so we're brewing it up this weekend. Looking forward to it!!
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Old 11-30-2008, 05:48 AM   #63
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I just brewed this up today. I forgot my Irish Moss and didn't get a real good cold break. I'm expecting it to be a bit hazey but otherwise everything went perfect. I'll let you know how it turns out. Thanks for the recipe.

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Old 12-22-2008, 06:23 PM   #64
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For my birthday today, I thought I would brew up a 2.5 gal batch of this! I can't wait to see how this turns out. I am going with all EKG for both additions.

Thanks for sharing the recipe!
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I just ordered my supplies for my next 2 batches and this recipe is one of them. I hope it comes out great...based on all the posts here, I sounds like a solid recipe.

My supply source is out of EKG at the moment but I had them substitute Willamette ( I was going to use EKG for both additions ). The AA% is way lower ( 3.9% ) so I'm adjusting my bittering hops via Promash, but how much should I adjust the 15 minute addition, if at all? I'm going 1.25 oz at 60 and .75 oz at 15, for total IBU of 25.

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Old 12-25-2008, 02:34 PM   #66
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Has anyone used a different yeast with this recipe?? Just curious.
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Old 12-27-2008, 01:00 AM   #67
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I just finished putting a batch of this in the fermenter. I cut the Goldings back to .5 oz to lower the IBU's a bit. It smelled great!
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I just brewed this up today. I forgot my Irish Moss and didn't get a real good cold break. I'm expecting it to be a bit hazey but otherwise everything went perfect. I'll let you know how it turns out. Thanks for the recipe.

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I bottled it this past Tuesday and it taste pretty good. I think it's going to need a little time to improve, but will be fine after a month or two in the bottle (seemed a bit rough). Also forgot to add that I used Glacier hops for bittering and KG for flavor/aroma.

This bier is going to be my entry into my HB club's 1st quarter inter club style specific competition. With that in mind I only bottled 3 gallons of this and put 1 gallon on bourbon soaked wood chips & 1 gallon on scotch soaked wood chips. I'll let ya know how it goes.

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Ps mine's a beautiful amber color!
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Nottingham is easy and it works great with this recipe, so that's what I listed. Windsor and S-05 have also given good results. I haven't tried any liquid yeast strains, but I'm sure several of them would be great. That's the wonderful thing about homebrewing - you can try whatever variations sound good to you.
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I just brewed this up today. I forgot my Irish Moss and didn't get a real good cold break. I'm expecting it to be a bit hazey but otherwise everything went perfect. I'll let you know how it turns out. Thanks for the recipe.

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Tasted my first bottle today, 9 days in the bottle, I always try a bottle at 1 week or so. Mouth feel is heavy for a N. English Brown, but color, and aroma are perfect. It could use 1-2 oz. of roasted barley to help dry it out, and perhaps cut back on the oats by 4-8 oz. From a style point that would make it fit better. As is, it's simple, tasty, straight forward and dang drinkable!

I only bottled 3 gallons of this bier. I put the other 2 gallons, 1 each on wood chips, one bourbon soaked, the other scotch smoked. I'm bottling this tonight, but it'll be a while before it hits it's peak, I'll let ya know how it goes. I think it'll be a good marriage considering how heavy this bier feels!

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