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Old 02-05-2008, 05:07 PM   #11
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ok, that's what I assumed when I ran it. I'm glad I did it right. Like I said, with a 2.5 gallon boil, the IBUs are around 30, but with a full boil, it's 60 IBUs. So, I'd do the full boil with no adjustments.

Thanks, i wonder why their recipe says its 60 IBU for a 2.5 gallon boil. That seems odd.


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Old 02-06-2008, 05:25 PM   #12
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When i run the hops and all the info through this calculator it gives me 61 IBU.

When i set it for a 7 gall boil it gives me 80 something IBU.

Why the discrepancy from beer smith to this calc?

http://www.franklinbrew.org/tools/ibu.html


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Old 06-03-2009, 10:55 PM   #13
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So, did anyone ever try any of these recipes? How did it come out - and how close were you to GL's Burning River?
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Old 06-22-2009, 05:52 PM   #14
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So, did anyone ever try any of these recipes? How did it come out - and how close were you to GL's Burning River?
I will be brewing this one within the month I think. Slight changes from beer captured....
Set for 78% eff
Esitmated OG: 1.065
Estimated FG: 1.019
Estimated ABV: 6.01%
Estimated Color: 10.1 SRM
Estimated IBU: 62.1 (will change)

11# 8oz 2row
1# 60L
.25# Biscuit

Galena (12.2%) instead of NB and don't have cascade(estimated at 5.5%) at moment so i don't know the AA of them.

but estimated
1oz Cascade @ 90min
1oz Galena @ 60min
.75oz Cascade @ 15min
.75oz Cascade @ 1min
.5oz Cascade dry hopped (2 weeks probably)

wyeast 1968 or wlp 002 for yeast.
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http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/some...-river-105630/

Another clone recipe thread for Burning River with input from the brewery.
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BR was the inspiration for my house pale ale. I went Galena bittered, and Cascade flavored, finished, and dry hopped and side by side mine blew theirs out of the water. I think their site said 45IBUs so you could use the recipe with the "handful" amounts and put it in beersmith and see what you have.
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BR was the inspiration for my house pale ale. I went Galena bittered, and Cascade flavored, finished, and dry hopped and side by side mine blew theirs out of the water. I think their site said 45IBUs so you could use the recipe with the "handful" amounts and put it in beersmith and see what you have.
Yes they say 45IBU's but most clones say 60+....
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Yes they say 45IBU's but most clones say 60+....
It depends on how the IBUs are measured or what formula they use for estimation.

Shoot for around 50-55 and it should be about right.
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Beersmith said mine was 44.9. Theirs was still hoppier and more bitter so I doubt the 44.9 was close.
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It depends on how the IBUs are measured or what formula they use for estimation.

Shoot for around 50-55 and it should be about right.
I always forget about that. It seems they might use the Garetz formula.


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