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Old 12-06-2012, 03:23 AM   #2571
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Wow. Pale apes...

Autocorrect is awesome!!
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Old 12-06-2012, 03:27 AM   #2572
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Yeah no prob.

I plugged in 60L too, but that can add a fruity sweetness (not unpleasant, but wrong for this style), but you work get almost 10 srm while the 40 will get ya 7 and change, where I like my pales.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:11 PM   #2573
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This will be my first no-extract BIAB recipe, scaling it down to 3 gallons and rounding hops/fermentables to easier totals (don't have a scale yet), this is what I came up with from Brewers Friend:

Batch Size: 3 gallons
Boil Size: 4 gallons
Boil Time: 60 minutes
Efficiency: 65%


4.5 lbs American Pale 2-row
1 lb Vienna
0.5 lb Crystal 10L

.5 oz Cascade @ 60 minutes
.25 oz Cascade @ 30 minutes
.25 oz Cascade @ 15 minutes
.25 oz Cascade @ 5 minutes


Mash at 152, pitch rehydrated nottingham at 68.

Brewersfriend gives me the following numbers on it:

1.048 OG, 1.011 FG, 4.84 ABV, 43.59 IBU, 4.92 SRM


Am I missing anything in this conversion that shouldn't work, or someplace I should tweak? (Was thinking maybe a little more 10L, to get over 5 SRM, and into the American Pale Ale style?)
Here's the recipe scaled for 3.5 gallons. It's for 70% efficiency - I check pre-boil gravity and remove some wort/replace with water if the mash efficiency is high. I'd use 75% next time (multiply my grain weights by 0.9333), no change to hops, maybe 154F mash.

Edwort’s Haus Pale Ale —From Homebrewtalk
Ingredients

Batch Size (Gal): 3.5 Gal End of Boil
Total Grain (Lbs): 7.15
Anticipated Pre-Boil Gravity: 1.043, 0.75 gal/hr Evaporation Rate
Anticipated OG: 1.052, 70% Mash Efficiency
Anticipated SRM: 4.5 SRM
Anticipated IBU: 41.4 IBU (Rager)
Mash Efficiency: 70%
Wort Boil Time: 60 Minutes
Est Final Gravity: 1.011
Estimated Alcohol by Vol: 5.3%

5.45 lb, Rahr American 2-Row 1.8L
1.36 lb or 617 g Weyermann Vienna Malt 3.1L
0.34 lb or 154 g Briess Caramel 10L

Cascade Hops 6.8%, 0.64 oz or 18.04 g, 30.4 IBU
Cascade Hops 6.8%, 0.32 oz or 9.02 g, 7.7 IBU
Cascade Hops 6.8%, 0.16 oz or 4.51 g, 2.0 IBU
Cascade Hops 6.8%, 0.16 oz or 4.51 g, 1.3 IBU

Wyeast 1056 American Ale
Mash at 152F for 60 min

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I'd recommend this scale for hops (100g max, 0.01 increments), about $10:

http://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh...=aws-100+black
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:03 AM   #2574
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Brewed my frist all grain Hause Pale Ale in my recently completed HERMS system yesterday.

Everything went really well, but I have a few questions if anyone can help me.

1) The dough-in water specified is 11 liters. When I put 11 liters into the grains it barely made the the grains damp - landed up with about 16 liters.

2) My OG came out at 1,059, not the 1.050 as per recipe. This seems a little high ? Maybe I miss measured the grains which could explain the extra dough - in water required as well as the higher OG.

3) Finally, when it came to aerating the wort, the aquarium pump would not work so I shook the fermenter quite violently for about 5 minutes. Can I re-aerate the wort with a new aeration pump tonight or will this result in off flavours ? It is bubbling away quite nicely as we speak but I'm scared that it will use up all the available oxygen too quickly and spot fermenting.

Any comment much appreciated.
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Old 12-10-2012, 03:23 PM   #2575
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I'd recommend this scale for hops (100g max, 0.01 increments), about $10:

http://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh...=aws-100+black
+1, love mine. Really great for measuring out .01 grams of water salts, too.
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Old 12-11-2012, 01:26 AM   #2576
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So after 4 months in the bottle I just cracked one open and find zero hops aroma and minimal flavor. As this was my first Pale Ale (or IPA), is this normal after 4 months?

Thanks!
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Old 12-11-2012, 01:43 PM   #2577
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+1, love mine. Really great for measuring out .01 grams of water salts, too.
Agreed. Used it last night for measuring a crush campden tablet, water salts, acidulated malt & hops.
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Old 12-11-2012, 04:16 PM   #2578
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So after 4 months in the bottle I just cracked one open and find zero hops aroma and minimal flavor. As this was my first Pale Ale (or IPA), is this normal after 4 months?

Thanks!
Not normal imo. What was the OG and FG? I made an extract version last year with extra extract and it wasn't great but definitely drinkable. I plan to do an all grain version next exactly as written in the OP.
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Not normal imo. What was the OG and FG? I made an extract version last year with extra extract and it wasn't great but definitely drinkable. I plan to do an all grain version next exactly as written in the OP.
SG - 1.050
FG - 1.012

It was drinkable but bland..
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Not normal imo. What was the OG and FG? I made an extract version last year with extra extract and it wasn't great but definitely drinkable. I plan to do an all grain version next exactly as written in the OP.
I agree that it's not normal. I have a batch made on 17-Sept (about 3 months) that is great or better than at two months.
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