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Old 04-29-2013, 03:29 AM   #51
Suilesre
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Awesome find, thanks for the link!

 
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Old 04-29-2013, 04:25 PM   #52
ayupbrewing
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Nov 2012
, Oregon
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I have it all set up in Beer Smith according to my Brewhouse equipment with an efficiency of 72.5%.

Here is my recipe and process if you think you can spot something causing the low hop value please let me know, thanks.

14lb pale malt (2 row) Bel -82.5%
9.2oz aromatic malt - 3.4%
4.8oz Cara-20 - 1.8%
4.8oz Cara-45 - 1.8%
4.8oz special B malt - 1.8oz

1lb candi sugar (dark) - 5.9%
0.5lb candi sugar (clear) - 2.9%

0.35oz sterling (6%) 60mins - 5.8 IBU's
0.28oz sterling (6%) 30mins - 3.6 IBU's
0.86oz sterling (6%) 1min - 0.6 IBU's

Wyeast 3787 (2.5L starter - stirred)

OG: 1.092
IBU: 10 (Should be 24 according to their website beer page)
Color: 30
ABV: 10%

Mash in with 20 qt [email protected]F (60mins)
Mash out with 7qt [email protected]F (10mins)
Fly sparge with 5.5qt [email protected] (30mins)
Grain absorption = 1.86G
Pre boil volume = 6.25G
Boil time = 60mins
Post boil volume = 5.25G
Post cooling volume = 5G

 
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Old 04-29-2013, 05:42 PM   #53
looneybomber
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Feb 2012
lawrence, ks
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Found the problem.


Quick Overview
This Quadrupel contains as many authentic imported Belgian specialty malts as the brewers could cram into their mash tun, as well as lots of Belgian dark candy sugar stirred into the brew kettle. A divinely complex and beautifully layered beer with hints of dark cherries, currants, and molasses, complemented by an underlying spiciness and a finish that is Sinfully smooth! Cellarable for 4 years. ABV: 10.00%; IBU's: 10.
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Queue: King Tut ale, BIG barleywine, Desire mead, .
Fermenting:Denny Conn's vanilla porter
Secondary:
Bottled: <1.060: AHS Aniv Wit, lemon wheat, Blonde rye.
<1.090: How Rye I Am, Rye wheat ale, spiced tripel, tripel w/orange, baltic porter, skeeter pee lime and lemon w/cranberry, Milk stout.
<1.110: Reverend clone, IIPA. Chocolate RIS, Bourbon Barrel Quad, chocolate RIS w/oak & whiskey
>1.110 OG: Double W (inspired) stout, Choco milk Czar, Mephistopheles (inspired) stout..

 
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Old 04-29-2013, 10:14 PM   #54
ayupbrewing
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Cool.

So you got that from your own computer records? You think they have it wrong on the current site? Or you reckon they have changed the recipe? How did it turn out for you as a 10 IBU beer? And while I'm asking all these questions.. how did your versions of this turn out? Any changes or tips...?

Brewing this up as my 1st all grain at the weekend, yes I know jumping in at the deep end, but I feel fairly confident, but will gladly take some advice since you have actually done this one a couple times...

Thanks
Julian

 
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Old 04-30-2013, 12:41 AM   #55
looneybomber
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My first one was a little sweet - it didn't attenuate enough. My second one, I used yeast nutrient and it dropped a few points more than the other. I did mine as an extract, but if you're going AG, mash low and long so you get good attenuation.

My second one I secondaried with oak chips and cherry puree. I think that added a nice touch, similar to Boulevard's bourbon barrel quad.
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Queue: King Tut ale, BIG barleywine, Desire mead, .
Fermenting:Denny Conn's vanilla porter
Secondary:
Bottled: <1.060: AHS Aniv Wit, lemon wheat, Blonde rye.
<1.090: How Rye I Am, Rye wheat ale, spiced tripel, tripel w/orange, baltic porter, skeeter pee lime and lemon w/cranberry, Milk stout.
<1.110: Reverend clone, IIPA. Chocolate RIS, Bourbon Barrel Quad, chocolate RIS w/oak & whiskey
>1.110 OG: Double W (inspired) stout, Choco milk Czar, Mephistopheles (inspired) stout..

 
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Old 04-30-2013, 08:26 PM   #56
ayupbrewing
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I was thinking of mashing at 155 to keep the final gravity around 1.018 as listed on the recipe....I will see how it turns out I guess.

 
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:07 AM   #57
looneybomber
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Wow, I need to not go by memory. I was thinking the FG was supposed to be MUCH lower than that. I must be getting old...
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Queue: King Tut ale, BIG barleywine, Desire mead, .
Fermenting:Denny Conn's vanilla porter
Secondary:
Bottled: <1.060: AHS Aniv Wit, lemon wheat, Blonde rye.
<1.090: How Rye I Am, Rye wheat ale, spiced tripel, tripel w/orange, baltic porter, skeeter pee lime and lemon w/cranberry, Milk stout.
<1.110: Reverend clone, IIPA. Chocolate RIS, Bourbon Barrel Quad, chocolate RIS w/oak & whiskey
>1.110 OG: Double W (inspired) stout, Choco milk Czar, Mephistopheles (inspired) stout..

 
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Old 06-24-2013, 04:34 PM   #58
ThaBrewFather06
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Nice

 
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Old 08-30-2016, 03:25 AM   #59
Btaz
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May 2012
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Bringing an old thread from the dead. Avery has since changed their website and I can't find the homebrew recipes anymore. So I downloaded them from the internet archive website and saved it as a PDF.

PDF contains recipes for the following:

IPA
White Rascal Belgian Wheat
Ellie's Brown Ale
Out of Bounds Stout
Joe's Pilsner
Hog Heaven Dry-Hopped Barleywine Style Ale
The Reverend Belgian Style Quadruple Ale
Salvation Belgian Golden Ale
New World Porter
Karma Belgian Pale Ale
Old Jubilation Ale
The Kaiser Imperial Oktoberfest
The Czar Imperial Stout
The Maharaja IPA
File Type: pdf Avery Brewing Recipes.pdf (165.6 KB, 74 views)
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