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Old 07-25-2013, 04:56 PM   #21
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Where did you get the hints for this? You mention the hops that Stone used; where did this info come from?
Check out this page from Scott's blog, it eplains a lot: http://www.bertusbrewery.com/2013/04...oy-by-ipa.html
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I'm curious how did you treat the water you brewed with? Thanks for the recipe.
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Old 07-29-2013, 03:21 AM   #23
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I'm curious how did you treat the water you brewed with? Thanks for the recipe.
I start with R/O. I then add gypsum and calcium chloride, and finally use some acid malt to get the pH where it needs to be.

At the end of the day my water is what you would consider middle of the road. I only start with RO because our water here in Phoneix is hard enough to walk on most of the year.
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I brewed this again today with once change. I'm trying an American Yeast just for giggles. It won't exactly be 'Enjoy By', but I'm curious to see how the recipe fairs with the change.

I'm using WLP090, so this will give the US05 faithful an idea what it would taste like.

Results to follow.
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Thanks again for sharing your process. I'm fairly new to home brewing. Only six batches under my belt. I too decided on RO water as a base and use the same water adjustments and acid malt to calculate mash ph. I'm wondering what PH you shoot for on a high gravy beer like this? I've read and heard conflicting information. Is there much difference between 5.2 and 5.4? Can't wait to hear how your version with Us-05 turns out.
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Mmmm love me some high gravy bier.
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Mmmm love me some high gravy bier.
Especially at Thanksgiving. Yum.
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Oh man, I just pulled my first pour of this, I accidentally kicked up a ton of trub when I was siphoning, so clarity isn't great, but this is an absolutely amazing beer!!!!! I seriously am going to get myself in trouble with this one! I might replace water with it! Thank you for the recipe, and if anyone is thinking about brewing this, DO IT!!!

The only things I did different from the recipe was use all US 2row because my LHBS didn't have English pale malt, and use Warrior @90, the only think I will do different next time is maybe kick the Warrior up to 1.25oz or so to get a little more bitter bite on it, strictly out of personal preference, but as is its perfect.
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Cloudy, but the taste makes up for it!
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This recipe looks great.

I have a question though. With the huge amount of hops, how much actual beer do you end up with? If it is a 6 gallon batch do you have to start with a lot more water to make up for the trub loss? I haven't brewed a big ipa yet so this is new to me!
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