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Old 08-26-2011, 05:10 PM   #2001
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Earthquake Pale Ale, cool!

Unfortunately it will make a difference, mostly in your flavor/aroma additions. It will be a bit more bitter as well. Make sure you dry hop it which will help.
I was smart enough to wait to put the last on in about 5 minutes before the end. It's in the carboy but could I still throw some pellets in?
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Old 08-26-2011, 05:12 PM   #2002
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Oh, well then you shouldn't be too bad.

Wait until it's about 90 percent done fermentation and then throw some dry hops in.. sure won't hurt.
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Old 08-26-2011, 05:12 PM   #2003
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I made a 2.5 gal batch of this yesterday (I chose that quantity because I've got quite a bit to drink already). I simply cut the quantity of ingredients in half, and used Maris Otter instead of American 2-row.

Interestingly, my original gravity was 1.075! Does anyone know why the wort ended up with such a higher gravity than the intended 1.051?

In terms of set-up I'm using a picnic cooler (about 30 litres) as a mash tun, and covering it with a thick duvet, then using a 21 litre stock pot as a boiler. If my calculations are correct I had 79 percent efficiency yesterday!
I'm thinking the original was for 5.5 gallons but don't know if that would raise it that much??
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Old 08-26-2011, 05:14 PM   #2004
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Oh, well then you shouldn't be too bad.

Wait until it's about 90 percent done fermentation and then throw some dry hops in.. sure won't hurt.
Oh, cool. I threw in a bit of priming sugar at the end to give it little kick which might thin the taste too. I'll do the dry hop though.
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Old 08-26-2011, 11:02 PM   #2005
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Brewed this (first all grain too) and was lighting the burner as the earthquake hit us here in Virginia. Everything hit right on the numbers except we had to boil 90 instead of 60 minutes. I could tell it was going to take alittle longer so I held off on the last hops addition. The 60 was 90, 30 a 60 and 15 a 45 though. Will this matter much? How about the rest of the wort? OG was spot on though as well as final volume.
I'm very new at this but I think when you boil longer than the recipe calls for you should stick to the hops schedule. I.e. not put any hops in until you had 60 minutes left in the boil and continued from there. That assures that the hops boil for the same amount as called for by the recipe. Otherwise, the hops get "over extracted".
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That was kinda my point, I didn't expect it to take that long to boil off. The worst part is it boiled over nearly a half a dozen times.
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Old 08-27-2011, 03:08 PM   #2007
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Just bottled this, got 51 bottles total. Smelled ficking delicious. I followed the recipe, except I used 8.5lbs 2 row, and I dry hopped with 1oz cascade then crash cooled. I can't wait to taste in 3 weeks. It will be bottle conditioning while Im in dominican republic
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3 weeks in the fridge and this beer is great. I really appreciate how easy it is on the palate, especially on a hot day like today.

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Made 10 gallons yesterday. Wound up at 1.040. Can't wait to have it bottled.
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Pulled a pint of the wonderful brew tonight. Very good. It's about 5 weeks old now.

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