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Old 01-03-2014, 07:00 PM   #71
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Just to use them. I will have to use fuggle at 1.5 ounce also. Cant wait

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Old 01-06-2014, 07:25 AM   #72
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When you use the # what is that pounds?
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Old 01-06-2014, 01:11 PM   #73
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Yup. It sure is!

 
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Old 01-07-2014, 06:53 PM   #74
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I brewed a gallon of this Friday night. My airlock has "little carbonation" bubbles in it but I do not see any bubbles happening.

I opened it up to take a peek and I do not see a "froth line" like I have seen when I have done aplefwein. It is a 2.5 gallon fermenter with only a gallon in it. Could this be it? I am concerned it is not fermenting since none of the signs I have seen before are happening.

I pitched the yeast at around 74 degrees F and the fermenter is in my kitchen which is between 65-72

This is my first batch of beer I have ever brewed.

 
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Old 01-07-2014, 08:53 PM   #75
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I brewed a gallon of this Friday night. My airlock has "little carbonation" bubbles in it but I do not see any bubbles happening.

I opened it up to take a peek and I do not see a "froth line" like I have seen when I have done aplefwein. It is a 2.5 gallon fermenter with only a gallon in it. Could this be it? I am concerned it is not fermenting since none of the signs I have seen before are happening.

I pitched the yeast at around 74 degrees F and the fermenter is in my kitchen which is between 65-72

This is my first batch of beer I have ever brewed.
It'll be just fine. Give it a couple more days. I would bet the massive amount of head space would account for little airlock activity. If it doesn't froth up in a couple more days try pitching again.
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Old 01-22-2014, 03:20 AM   #76
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Just kegged thia today. 5% hydro sample was really good. Mine may have a bit more chocolate charecter to it but we will see when it chills and carbs. I used london ale 3 yeast. Great recipe very happy with this one.

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Old 01-22-2014, 09:02 PM   #77
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Brewing this next

 
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Old 02-01-2014, 12:42 AM   #78
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On the schedule for tomorrow.
Going with the 8.5lbs of Maris Otter.

Got a question with Hops. Why only the 1 addition at the beginning of the boil? Would adding the other 1/2 oz as a late addition change the profile that much?

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Old 02-01-2014, 01:15 AM   #79
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On the schedule for tomorrow.
Going with the 8.5lbs of Maris Otter.

Got a question with Hops. Why only the 1 addition at the beginning of the boil? Would adding the other 1/2 oz as a late addition change the profile that much?

Thanks
Hey Rambuck,

I was loosely following Jamil's Irish ale which has a bittering hop addition only (i think) I think this is why it is so NCish. I do not get much late hope character from New Castle either.

Anyway, if you like late hop additiions, then definitely go for it. Just be sure to post your results here

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Old 02-01-2014, 03:14 AM   #80
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Hey Rambuck,

I was loosely following Jamil's Irish ale which has a bittering hop addition only (i think) I think this is why it is so NCish. I do not get much late hope character from New Castle either.

Anyway, if you like late hop additiions, then definitely go for it. Just be sure to post your results here

The Big Mick
Thanks for the info. I'm still new at this. Since I got 1 oz of Target, I think I will add the rest as a late hop addition. Will let you know. That is the great thing about this hobby.

 
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