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Old 03-11-2013, 04:59 PM   #2731
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My latest batch of this is fermenting around 59f as well and also with us05. What exactly will the low fermentation temperature do to the beer? I also plan on dry hopping this one with an oz of mosaic. Should I move it to a warmer spot for the dry hop addition?
yes, you will get better aroma contributions from your dry hops closer to about 70 degrees.

 
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Old 03-11-2013, 05:30 PM   #2732
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Ok, sure sounds like ill be moving it! Thanks for the info and the speedy replies! Much appreciated!

 
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Old 03-15-2013, 03:27 AM   #2733
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Just sitting on the porch enjoying my last bottle of this recipe and remembering how much I like it. Definitely gonna have to brew this again soon!

 
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Old 03-15-2013, 08:16 PM   #2734
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I brewed the original recipe and it was fantastic. Now I want to brew it again but also want to tweak the hops a bit. I bought 3 oz. of Cascade and 2 oz. of Amarillo for a 11 gallon batch. What would be the best use of these? I was either thinking:

2 oz Cascade @ 60
.5 oz Amarillo @ 30
.5 oz Amarillo @ 15
1 Oz Cascade @ 5
Beer Smith IBU Calc - 37

Dryhop one of the 5.5 gallons with 1 oz. of Amarillo

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2 oz Cascade @ 60
1 oz Amarillo @ 30
1 oz Amarillo @ 15
1 Oz Cascade @ 5
Beer Smith IBU Calc - 48

Is 48 IBU's too much for this malt bill?

 
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Old 03-15-2013, 08:19 PM   #2735
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I brewed the original recipe and it was fantastic. Now I want to brew it again but also want to tweak the hops a bit. I bought 3 oz. of Cascade and 2 oz. of Amarillo for a 11 gallon batch. What would be the best use of these? I was either thinking:

2 oz Cascade @ 60
.5 oz Amarillo @ 30
.5 oz Amarillo @ 15
1 Oz Cascade @ 5
Beer Smith IBU Calc - 48

Dryhop one of the 5.5 gallons with 1 oz. of Amarillo

or

2 oz Cascade @ 60
1 oz Amarillo @ 30
1 oz Amarillo @ 15
1 Oz Cascade @ 5
Beer Smith IBU Calc - 48

Is 48 IBU's too much for this malt bill?
You could try splitting the 2 oz of Amarillo and do an ounce at FWH and an ounce at 60. Just a thought...
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Old 03-15-2013, 08:23 PM   #2736
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I brewed the original recipe and it was fantastic. Now I want to brew it again but also want to tweak the hops a bit. I bought 3 oz. of Cascade and 2 oz. of Amarillo for a 11 gallon batch. What would be the best use of these? I was either thinking:

2 oz Cascade @ 60
.5 oz Amarillo @ 30
.5 oz Amarillo @ 15
1 Oz Cascade @ 5
Beer Smith IBU Calc - 48

Dryhop one of the 5.5 gallons with 1 oz. of Amarillo

or

2 oz Cascade @ 60
1 oz Amarillo @ 30
1 oz Amarillo @ 15
1 Oz Cascade @ 5
Beer Smith IBU Calc - 48

Is 48 IBU's too much for this malt bill?
Ed's original recipe calls for 39 IBU's - to me 48 is a bit much for this recipe, but I'm not a hop-head, either...
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Old 03-15-2013, 08:36 PM   #2737
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Thanks for the reply. I found a typo in my original post...when using the first scenario I would get to 39 which as you said matches the original bitterness. I wanted to impart some of the Amarillo hop aroma and flavor therefore I was leaning towards using it later into the boil.

 
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Old 03-16-2013, 10:24 AM   #2738
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You could also drop the 30 minute addition and move it within the last 15 minutes. That what I did when I added citra.

 
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Old 03-19-2013, 02:37 AM   #2739
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Just brewed up the partial mash version of this recipe. OG clocked in at 1.052, and I'm pretty close to 6 gal. Followed the recipe pretty exact, with an addition of .25 lb flaked wheat to the grains. Stuck it in my brand new ferm chamber and am stoked to see what all the hype is about!

 
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Old 03-20-2013, 02:32 PM   #2740
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This weekend i am brewing a modified extract batch of this using Gold & Maris Otter malt syrup in conjunction w/ Australia Helga Hops and WLP009 Australian Ale yeast. Looking forward to seeing how it turns out.

 
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