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Old 03-16-2012, 12:58 AM   #1
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Default Can you Brew It recipe for Flying Dog Raging Bitch

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OG 1074
SRM 9.8
IBU 73.2
FG 1013

90 minute boil

7.55kg US 2-row 94% (did not specify the maltster)
480g Crystal 60 6%

Mash at 153F

28g Warrior 17% at 90'
6g Amarillo 11% at 15'
6g CTZ 15% at 15'
19g Amarillo at 0'
19g CTZ at 0'

WLP400

Ferment at 68F

The brewer added 6g gypsum to the mash and 12g gypsum to the boil.


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Reason: incorrect Warrior quantity
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Old 03-16-2012, 01:39 AM   #2
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Was it cloned>>??


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Was it cloned>>??
Yes. Currently, I am only posting cloned recipes.

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just a quick reminder that all of this information is possible because of the hard work of jamil and tasty. Please listen to the show, whether live, on the brewing network website, or subscribe on itunes. I credit much of my progress as a brewer to listening to the shows on the brewing network. If you enjoy those shows and the information, please consider donating. Also, please support the show's sponsor, northern brewer
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Its not terrible, but i get an armpit armoma and flavor.
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Old 03-16-2012, 03:49 AM   #5
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OOOO!!!! this stuff just got discontinued in my area ... good news is.. YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME!

CTZ = columbus, tomahawk and zeus?
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OOOO!!!! this stuff just got discontinued in my area ... good news is.. YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME!

CTZ = columbus, tomahawk and zeus?
Yes, you got the hops right.

You must be referring to my multiple personalities. We say your welcome.
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CRAZY that they use 400 on that beer!
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The archive gives 28 grams Warrior 17% at 90 min.
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The archive gives 28 grams Warrior 17% at 90 min.
Fixed. Thanks.

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Huh, this is very interesting to me. First off thanks to both the people who do the show and the person who posted this thread, I love reading about how different beers I've actually tried are created.

I was really surprised by this one, I guess mostly I expected a more complicated grain bill. For my first AG batch ever I started with a kit from midwest for a Belgian IPA, because I liked the Raging Bitch and wanted something similar in style, plus I hadn't done anything with an ABV that high before and wanted to try.

That kit had all kinds of stuff in the grain bill. It had 8lbs belgian pilsner, 1.5lb wheat malt, 8oz cara-20, 4oz aciduated malt, and 1lb belgian candi sugar.

It is really incredible to me that something similar (and quite possibly better, the kit was good, not great) can be made so much more simply.


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