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Old 06-16-2012, 03:51 AM   #11
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Ive recently cracked into my latest brew, a 3 month old IIPA with the 1332. i fermented warm and got very intense fruity aromas and tartness but unfortunately had alot of problems with fusels. its still very hot, but its mellowed with time. Its turning out to be a very bright beer, which i like.

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Old 02-05-2014, 07:47 PM   #12
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I too brewed a PA and found it to be high in, what I perceive as, higher-order alcohols (fusels). Hot, and unpleasant, offensive actually. I followed the MIrror Pond Clone as close as possible and i fermented at 65 deg F for seven days then ramped up 2 deg for two days then to 70 deg and held there for two days(crashed to 65 after nine days then to 35 on day ten or elleven of a twelve day primary). It really tasted fine in the fermentor after about 8 days, really fine actually! Was so let down. Has't improved after being kegged for about 4 weeks now. gonna bottle it to free up my valuable keg space.
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