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Old 09-03-2010, 05:30 PM   #141
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How do you remove the ball after dry-hopping?
They hang from sanitized 30 lb test monofilament fishing line from the keg lid.

I have a few keg lids with stainless tabs for hanging hop bags & balls so I can remove them after 10 days.


 
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Old 09-10-2010, 01:01 AM   #142
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When I put your recipe into beersmith, I'm getting 67 IBUs with 15% AA Warrior and 10% Centennial.

I'm going to make two 1/2 batches this weekend, one with different hops. Just so I'm in the ball park, what were your AA percentages?

Thanks!

 
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Old 09-10-2010, 01:35 PM   #143
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They hang from sanitized 30 lb test monofilament fishing line from the keg lid.

I have a few keg lids with stainless tabs for hanging hop bags & balls so I can remove them after 10 days.



Very nice. I need to have a coupe of those made up myself.
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Old 12-09-2010, 09:07 AM   #144
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Just brewed this for my first time on my birthday last week. I've only made one IPA so far that I really enjoyed so I'm hoping for big things with this one!

One question however, I began mash at 153 and by the end of 90 minutes I had definitely dropped off to 149-150. Wonder if I should be looking at lactose additions for a little maltiness to counter all that beautifull bitterness!

What do you think?
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Old 12-10-2010, 07:38 PM   #145
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Just brewed this for my first time on my birthday last week. I've only made one IPA so far that I really enjoyed so I'm hoping for big things with this one!

One question however, I began mash at 153 and by the end of 90 minutes I had definitely dropped off to 149-150. Wonder if I should be looking at lactose additions for a little maltiness to counter all that beautifull bitterness!

What do you think?
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I wouldn't worry about it. Stone's brews (which this recipe is close to) are pretty dry and highlight the hops, so I don't think it would come out bad at all.

 
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Old 12-11-2010, 11:11 PM   #146
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I wouldn't worry about it. Stone's brews (which this recipe is close to) are pretty dry and highlight the hops, so I don't think it would come out bad at all.
Alright! Game on and I'll just RDWHAHB man! And right now I'm enjoying one of my last 3 Arrogant Bastard clones! Mmmmmmmmm, tasty!

 
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Old 01-09-2011, 04:18 AM   #147
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I've been searching for a great IPA to brew; one that retains a malt foundation, has good floral notes, good but not overpowering hops, and plenty 'o flavor. After reading through this thread, I decided to brew a batch of this today, exactly per recipe, and I have to say that if the final product is anything like the shot of wort I tasted when I tested OG, I will be one happy camper!

Thanks for the great recipe, EdWort!

 
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Old 01-10-2011, 05:37 PM   #148
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Very nice. I need to have a coupe of those made up myself.
This is a great idea. I used a stainless flat washer and some JB weld. I put the washer in a vise and bent it in a 90o. Worked like a charm.

This has become my favorite beer by the way. I use Columbus and Amarillo but everything else the same. Sometimes I get a pint of 1056 from the microbrew down the street but this is really good beer with any IPA yeast.

Thanks for the KISS recipes Edwort.

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Old 02-05-2011, 09:18 PM   #149
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I brewed this today as my 2nd AG and 4th beer overall. Hit right at 1.065 with about 3 gallons going into the fermenter. Did Ed’s Pale Ale as my first AG last week and I have about 4.5 gallons of Apfelwein that I “brewed” on the 28th of December so I have a lot of Ed’s recipes sitting in the fermenter but haven’t tried any yet hope they are good.

 
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Old 02-18-2011, 06:08 PM   #150
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Thanks Ed! This beer came out great. My mash was low in temp and this beer is dry, but we absolutely love it. I guarantee it won't last long!

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