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Old 08-13-2013, 09:21 PM   #181
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Got this in the FV right now, had to make looooaaads of subs though as a lot is not available in UK, so I guess it is really not the same recipe at all, but the basis is there

Briess 2 row subbed for Pilsner

Briess crystal subbed for Carahell 10l crystal

Honey subbed for Melanoidin

unfortunately Atahnum is not available here right now so used made a departure and subbed Nugget, as I love its spiciness, there is already a lot of citrusy hop in here so a little extra pine and spice would not go amiss

OG came in at 1.079, as I am pretty effecient so I corrected to 1.073 before pitching

the smell that comes out of the FV every time it bubbles is just amazing and I am really really excited to taste this when done.
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Old 08-18-2013, 12:02 PM   #182
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finished fermenting, went all the way down to 1.012 so is bang on 8% alcohol -- really glad I corrected down to 1.073 or it would have been crazy strong. Wow, it has obviousy come out drier than I expected but I tasted the hydrometer test and after dry hopping this is going to be some amazing beer.

Thanks for the recipe my man, much appreciated.
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Old 09-01-2013, 02:58 AM   #183
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Just got done making this...had to sub the amarillo hops as lhbs didnt have any. So i filled in with centenials...also added another half oz on the 2nd addition. My OG came out at 1.084 so this is going to be a super powerful beer. I just hope it tastes as well as the real stuff!
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Old 09-01-2013, 10:13 PM   #184
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so today when starting another brew I realized that I had an extra pack of cascade hops. well due to me not paying attention...most likely due to some homebrew... haha I realized I only added 1 oz at 20 min instead of 2. I have some time, but I would like some opinions as whether to just throw this extra oz in when dry hopping or just realize its gone and leave it alone. I don't want to overpower it on the dry hop which is what I am concerned with. so anyone...any input?
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Old 09-02-2013, 08:41 AM   #185
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I wouldn't sweat it. The amount of hops used and the IBUs that would come from one ounce of cascade (@20 min) would be relatively not noticed. No worries. And don't fear the amount of dry hops. Some big IPA's need the over-the-norm amount of DH to help round out the intense bitterness. To me a Pliny clone sample is almost undrinkable before dry hopping, but like this brew, taste like golden nectar afterwords.
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Old 09-02-2013, 12:05 PM   #186
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so are you suggesting that i throw the extra oz in with the dry hop? or just leave it out and use it for another batch later on?
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I'd just leave it out. I doubt anyone would be able to tell the difference Save it for the next brew!!
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Old 09-19-2013, 02:15 PM   #188
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Brewed this up last week. OG 1.068. FG got a little to low 1.012. Used pacman yeast and have been getting 82-83 attenuation with it. Prob not a clone anymore but should be a good ipa.
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Old 09-20-2013, 10:37 AM   #189
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You'll be just fine with 1.012-- no worries.
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mine came out 1012 and was delicious.
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