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Old 06-27-2013, 03:31 PM   #11
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Anyone have any thoughts on the recipe and schedule above?


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Old 06-27-2013, 03:38 PM   #12
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Anyone have any thoughts on the recipe and schedule above?
Looks good. I'd still call it an ipa. Not that it matters. If you want a pale ale I'd cut that 60 min bittering down.


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Just kidding saw that you cut it in half. Looks good.
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Old 07-04-2013, 03:17 PM   #14
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6.5 oz. of hops is a LOT. I did a Maris Otter/Simcoe SMaSH with 5 oz. once (2 0z. dryhop) and I wish I had cut the hops back a bit. You don't need 3 oz. for the dryhop.
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What are your thoughts on this?

15 mins:
1 lb lbsGolden Light Dry Malt Extract
3.3 lbs Golden Light Liquid Malt Extract
1 oz Citra
When anyone adds DME or LME the boil stops.
Does the timer stop too?
Say the temp. drops to 200F - hops are still being integrated into the wort, just not as effectively.
This will drive IBU up fractionally right?
My many question is do you guys stop the timer or let it keep running?
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When anyone adds DME or LME the boil stops.
Does the timer stop too?
Say the temp. drops to 200F - hops are still being integrated into the wort, just not as effectively.
This will drive IBU up fractionally right?
My many question is do you guys stop the timer or let it keep running?
Good question. I'm curious to know how people handle this.

That question is why I moved any late extract additions to flameout, so I wouldn't have to worry about it.
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That's what I do with my PM beers. The grain wort makes up some 50% of the fermentables,so I use that for hop additions,saving the late additions for flame out. stir in well,cover & steep a couple minutes to pasteurize. since it's still boiling hot & pasteurization happens about 160F,it works well.
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When anyone adds DME or LME the boil stops.
Does the timer stop too?
Say the temp. drops to 200F - hops are still being integrated into the wort, just not as effectively.
This will drive IBU up fractionally right?
My many question is do you guys stop the timer or let it keep running?
I stopped the timer. Took about 5-7 minutes to get the boil going again. I'm not sure if that was the right thing to do, but I've heard it doens't really matter too much.

I'll be dry hopping this batch this weekend hopefully. Will give you all updates on its progress.


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