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Old 04-30-2009, 07:03 PM   #21
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I was thinking the same thing since it is only bittering it shoudnt add any flavors or aroma.

EDIT: I bought all the ingredients except I got irish ale liquid yeast. I plan on brewing this tonight when the kids go to sleep so it will be another long night. 2.5 gallon Batch

EDIT I brewed this yesterday for National Home Brew day and everything went great. I also ordered a 6.5g minibrew conical fermenter. Now all I need is a stir plate and a 8 gallon stock pot and I should be able to do 5g all grain.

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Old 05-15-2009, 07:37 PM   #22
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I converted this and just thought I'd save someone the trouble. Looks tasty.

6 gallon pre-boil volume
5 gallon batch

6.66 lbs munich
12 oz flaked oats
8 oz chocolate 350
8 oz roasted barley 450

15 grams galena

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Old 06-21-2009, 09:02 PM   #23
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my fg finished at 1.020, which is alittle lower alcohol percentage i was aiming for(was hoping 5% or higher)....but the sample did taste great

do you think i should try to do something to try to get it around 1.010? like add another new pack of nottingham?
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Old 06-21-2009, 09:29 PM   #24
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You could try giving the fermenter a swirl to suspend some yeast so they can have another go at it. There is tons of yeast in there already, I wouldn't bother adding more. Raising the temperature a few degrees can also wake up the yeast.
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Old 08-14-2009, 12:39 AM   #25
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having a pint of this now, excellent brew. only subs i made was different hops(same ibu though), 2pounds oatmeal(and lightly toasted it), and alittle sugar due to missed fg
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How did the toasted oats work out? Does the flavour come through? I haven't gotten around to trying it yet but it's on my to-brew list.
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Old 12-29-2009, 11:32 PM   #27
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Finally brewed up a batch of this yesterday. I've put the recipe in my beersmith about a year ago, and finally got it brewed. Can't wait til the ferment is done!
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This is next in line for me. I am thinking about racking it onto some wood chips.

How do you think it would handle the added flavor?
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I'm not a fan of oaked beers, so I haven't thought to try it. I imagine it would add some interesting complexity that would probably work quite well with the malty flavours.

You could try a split batch and compare the two. Either way be sure to post how it turns out!
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I have never oaked a beer before and I am itching to see what it does. I will give it a shot but not for long. Keep it at a mild hint. I will certainly post how it comes out.
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