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Old 02-03-2012, 12:53 AM   #291
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Mine ended up right around 1.017 though it doesn't taste too sweet at all. In fact if it were any drier, I think the beer might have turned out a little too thin. I mashed right around 155, so maybe the higher mash temp and the high percentage of crystal malt led to a less fermentable wort. I had the same problem with Jamil's mild recipe, though that one turned out great as well. Looking forward to this one.
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Old 02-21-2012, 06:55 PM   #292
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You'd lose some of the esters that make British beers great, but I bet it would still be awesome!

Nottingham is really clean as British yeasts go so it won't make that much of a difference.
Do you typically rehydrate your dry yeast?
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Old 02-23-2012, 04:41 PM   #293
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Ooops, that wasn't clear. What I meant was, are people rehydrating dry yeast for this recipe? Just curious because of the lower gravity.
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Old 03-29-2012, 05:58 AM   #294
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I use Nottingham for this recipe and rehydrate. I am going to brew it again tomorrow using a starter of Fullers yeast.
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Old 04-25-2012, 10:46 PM   #295
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Made this pretty much exactly (Notty, all-grain, etc.), based on Beersmith's 5 gal auto-conversion from the posted recipe file, about a month ago. Fantastic recipe, and clear enough to read through with the Whirlfloc tablet I threw into the boil.

Will definitely be making it regularly, and it may get a quasi-dedicated place in the kegerator.

Thanks to Orfy for posting it!

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Old 05-20-2012, 05:00 AM   #296
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Brewed this Friday with a couple changes (used stuff I had on hand instead of ordering yeast and hops). Used 002that had been in my fridge since 10/11, and used willamette instead of fuggles. Grain bill stayed the same. Used my small biab system and grabbed 6g of 1.040 wort. Pulling for this to be great so I can do 15g on the big system. If not, I'll order the correct ingredients.
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Fear not. It will be great. I have brewed it with Willamettes and it turned out great. And I usually use Fullers strain from a local Brewery.
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Brewed this Friday with a couple changes (used stuff I had on hand instead of ordering yeast and hops). Used 002that had been in my fridge since 10/11, and used willamette instead of fuggles. Grain bill stayed the same. Used my small biab system and grabbed 6g of 1.040 wort. Pulling for this to be great so I can do 15g on the big system. If not, I'll order the correct ingredients.
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Old 07-21-2012, 04:53 PM   #298
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Just brewed 15 gallons for a family camping trip using WLP005 harvested from an EPA two months ago, and Willamette instead of Fuggle. OG was 1.035. I read how fast this beer is ready, but seeing as how the trip is only 2 weeks away, I'm definitely pushing it. I'll be bottling also, so i don't know if I have enough time for them to carb, especially at the recommended 1.8 volumes or whatever.
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Is his a recipe for quick turn around or for bottle bombs? Joking, but be careful that it is fully fermented at least before bottling.
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Is his a recipe for quick turn around or for bottle bombs? Joking, but be careful that it is fully fermented at least before bottling.
I will... I'll do the 3 days in a row hydrometer thing (I usually just wait a month in primary and then bottle). It went from 1.035 to 1.012 in 2.5 days, so I think I'm getting down pretty quick.
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