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Old 11-06-2013, 04:20 AM   #711
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I added a cup of unground coffee beans for 12 hours to my keg and its incredible! Thanks for the recipe I will be brewing this again very soon
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Old 11-08-2013, 01:50 PM   #712
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Brewing this recipe tomorrow...Has anyone tried to spice this up for the holidays? I am thinking cinnamon, nutmeg and maybe cloves. When and how much is kind of what I'm getting at.
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Old 11-11-2013, 06:54 PM   #713
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Now that I see this post about spicing it up, I'm kicking myself in the arse. This brew I was thinking about bottling with maple syrup but I've never done that before and I don't want to mess up what is looking to be a great beer.
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Old 11-11-2013, 08:01 PM   #714
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Brewing this recipe tomorrow...Has anyone tried to spice this up for the holidays? I am thinking cinnamon, nutmeg and maybe cloves. When and how much is kind of what I'm getting at.
I would do 2 or 3 cloves at most and probably just 2 cinnamon sticks as well.
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I brewed this a few weeks ago and bottled it on Sunday night. I nailed all the numbers dead on and I can't wait for it to carb and condition. My sample tasted terrific! I'm entering it in my brewer's guild competition, I'll let you all know how it does!
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I brewed this a few weeks ago and bottled it on Sunday night. I nailed all the numbers dead on and I can't wait for it to carb and condition. My sample tasted terrific! I'm entering it in my brewer's guild competition, I'll let you all know how it does!
Good luck. I think im going to enter this in my first competition, the sample was so good!
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Has anyone tried this recipe with Nottingham and then followed the recipe exactly the same but used S 05?

I ask because I did something similar to this recipe with S 05 and then another batch a bit different, but still similar, with Nottingham. The second batch (with the Notties) is still conditioning, but it seems to me like the S05 gives a fuller, richer, maltier beer whereas the Notties gives a smoother lighter feeling beer (perhaps more sessionable too).

It may be too early to draw this conclusion as I am yet to taste the conditioned product. But I think when I get to doing the original recipe on this thread (which will be soon) I will probably go with S05 rather than Notties.
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Old 12-21-2013, 05:35 AM   #718
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I just finished brewing up 10 gallons.... I had an interesting brew day.

My SG was 1.0698 I came out with 82% efficiency... I hope it turns out well.
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Old 12-30-2013, 02:15 PM   #719
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Going to try to brew this up in the next couple days. Had it on my list for months but other beers keep getting in the way!
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Old 12-31-2013, 04:42 PM   #720
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I was planning a New Years Day brew session and this recipe came to the top of my list! I am going old school and doing the original version, Lil' Sparky ya really nailed this one. Printing out my BrewTarget Brewday as I type.
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