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Old 11-09-2011, 08:11 PM   #31
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Hey Revvy,

I'm going to brew your Old Bog Road this weekend, sounds like a great brew.

I'll be doing the extract with grains. After I bought the ingredients, I noticed in your notes that you upgraded the recipe with a pound of Rauch Malt. I was wondering if I could substitute, some roasted barley, or just go with the original recipe.

Also do you recommend late editions of the extract?

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If you're not looking for a little smokiness, then don't sub anything, just leave the rauch out entirely and brew the beer as is.
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I like the looks of the recipe up there in #1, Revvy, but could you give me a few more options?
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Kegged this tonight. Tasted great right out of the fermenter.

Thank you for a great recipe!
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Kegged this tonight. Tasted great right out of the fermenter.

Thank you for a great recipe!
Oh awesome!!!

I missed this thread last night. What version did you do? Did you add the racuh malt? Did you do AG?

Can't wait to here how it comes our kegged.

It's been a long time since I've done this. I think I might have to revisit it.
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Im planning on trying out this recipe AG mainly to try out the use of oak cubes - Just wondering if you could further elaborate on the amount you used, when and for how long?

Cheers - Thanks for this recipe...it sounds amazing
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