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Old 08-31-2011, 04:03 AM   #2011
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Had three of these tonight. Good stuff.

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Old 08-31-2011, 04:05 AM   #2012
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Baltimore, MD
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just ordered up my second batch. planning to brew it this weekend, again with my homegrown Nuggets and Cascades.

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Old 08-31-2011, 03:52 PM   #2013
Jul 2011
Eville, Va
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My over-boiled batch is still bubbling and a week old today. Tested the gravity yesterday and was right on 1.011 and tasted fine. I don't have one just like the recipe to compare but not too bitter at all. Not real hoppy but I was looking for a Bud substitute that was quick to make and it pleased the Bud drinker

We put about 11 oz. of priming sugar in so I hope it'll go down to 1.05 but we'll see.

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Old 09-01-2011, 03:08 AM   #2014
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Vidalia, LA
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Brewed this tonight. Just thought some may be interested in my numbers:

All Grain brew 8-31-11 - started @ 3:30PM - completed w/cleanup @ 9:47PM
Equipment = Keggle system consisting of HLT keggle, Boil keggle & Igloo Ice Cube 60qt Mash Tun
Running dual pumps for recirc & HERMS to maintain temp.
All electric 4500w system with Ranco & HighGravity controllers.
Software = BeerSmith 2.0
Drinking Dry Irish Stout during brew & smoking Bacarrat Petite Corona's.

Actual Data:

Wort Collected 7
Mash pH = 5.2 - used 80%RODI with 1 Campden Tablet
Mashin w/3.5gal @ 152deg
Sparge with 4gal & recirc with HERMS @ 170deg
Mash pH = 5.2

PreBoil Gravity 1.040 w/refractometer adjusted 1.039 using BeerSmith tools
PreBoil Gravity 1.031 w/hydrometer adjusted 1.042 using BeerSmith Tools
Brix = 10
Sample measured temp 125
PostBoil Gravity:
hydrometer-1.050 corrected to 1.051 using BeerSmith Tools
refractometer-1.053 corrected to 1.052 using BeerSmith Tools
Sample measured temp 80deg
PostBoil pH-5.2
PostBoil Brix-13.1
Pitched @ 72degrees

Total Wort Collected = 5.25 gallons

9-31-11 - Nottingham Yeast pitched, oxygenated with o2 cylinder and product stored in Aquarium room @ 9:30PM

Notty prep'd 30 minutes prior to pitching, added, (as per notty instructions) small amounts of wort to acclimate. Did this on a batch of Centennial Blonde, (recipe by Biermuncher) a few days ago and fermentation was amazing within 8 hours and rolled like a fiend for almost 36 before slowdown.

Hit all the numbers and can't wait to sample finished product.

Will go 10 days approx in primary until SG=1.011 then rack into keg, cold crash & force carb.

Will post what I expect to be excellent results. This is my first attempt at this brew.

Going to Saints VS Titans @ SuperDome tomorrow so It should be kicking well before I leave.

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Old 09-01-2011, 04:19 AM   #2015
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I kegged up my first batch of this (only 2.5 gallons) a few weeks back. Drew my first pint 10 days ago and kicked the keg tonight. This stuff is downright delicious. Will be brewing this again in the near future.

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Old 09-04-2011, 05:30 AM   #2016
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This is my favorite beer by far, I don't know why I bother brewing anything else ! It's great, crystal clear and delicious !!!!
Kegged :
15 gallons of Yellow Bucket Light
~1 gallon of Little Miss Muffet Cider

Fermenter :
12 gallons of Under Pressure Brown Ale
5 gallons of Dead Guyish IPA for a competition

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Old 09-06-2011, 01:04 PM   #2017
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I don't get much head on this. Is that normal? Would adding a bit of dextrine increase the foam? How much should I add?

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Old 09-06-2011, 09:28 PM   #2018
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Originally Posted by joeybeer View Post
This is my favorite beer by far, I don't know why I bother brewing anything else ! It's great, crystal clear and delicious !!!!
In my top 5 for sure
Bill Clark
Windham, VT

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Old 09-08-2011, 01:41 AM   #2019
Dec 2010
West Allis, WI
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Wow, I wanted to brew this since February. Brewed it mid August, finally opened first bottle after only 2 weeks of bottle conditioning. BEST beer I have ever made, almost light and refreshing, but my OG/FG made it 5.5% ABV. Love this receipe!

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Old 09-08-2011, 01:46 AM   #2020
Jan 2011
Houston, Texas
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Kinda funny.... this beer was the first one that I had was a dumper. It contracted wild yeast some how and was a total loss. I am still looking to make this as I need something on tap ASAP
Primary: Mohr Brewing Co. Belgian Dark Strong Ale.
Secondary: Empty
Tap # 1: Mohr Brewing Co. Robust Porter
Tap # 2: Empty
Bottled: MusiclySweet Cream Stout (for SWMBO), Black Stain Imperial Stout, Boxer Brew

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