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Old 12-05-2010, 02:57 PM   #21
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Who thumbed up this recipe? Just got message this morning.

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Old 12-23-2010, 04:05 AM   #22
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I made this the other day, but I used Hallertauer hops instead of mount hood though. I also used WLP380 instead.

Smells wonderful, and the OG sample tasted promising though.
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Old 11-08-2011, 06:40 PM   #23
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I brewed this last weekend, but noticed that my fermentation temp was up around 82F, not sure how long it was there before I noticed it.

I used the yeast listed in the recipe. Am I likely to have overpowering esters and nasty fusol tastes?
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Old 11-29-2011, 12:01 PM   #24
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Forgot about this post.....

How did it turn out for you? Guessing its estery, probably not too bad for fusals.
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Old 02-29-2012, 01:15 AM   #25
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I'm going to brew this weekend and I think the reviews have one me over for this recipe. This will be my third batch ever and I'm pumped to try a solid hefe. I'll be changing out the Mt. Hood with Hallertauer hops to stick with tradition for now. It seems this recipe allows for a lot of alteration/customization, so I'll probably experiment with it on round two. Some have claimed that hefe's carbonate quickly, I am wondering what the time frame?
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Old 02-29-2012, 02:37 AM   #26
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I think the carbonation is the same for most beers that have similar OGs.

I think the thing with Hefe's is they ready to drink early because the yeast doesn't need to drop out. Ferment it to the FG, carb it for a week or two then drink. No aging required.
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I just brewed your recipe with a few small changes, although i'm sure your original would be fantastic as well!

I subbed the mt hood hops for hallertaur and the aroma hops i used were tettanger. It smells great fermenting at 72 degrees.

Can i really bottle this in a week? that seems way too fast but i can't lie and say i wouldn't like to try it sooner rather than later!
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I just brewed your recipe with a few small changes, although i'm sure your original would be fantastic as well!

I subbed the mt hood hops for hallertaur and the aroma hops i used were tettanger. It smells great fermenting at 72 degrees.

Can i really bottle this in a week? that seems way too fast but i can't lie and say i wouldn't like to try it sooner rather than later!
The recipe has one week primary, two weeks secondary. 3 weeks total. If you plan to skip the 2ndary wait three weeks.
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ok that's what i thought.
Pericles said " just cracked open my first bottle of my second batch of this wheat. It spent 7 days in the primary, and 6 days in the bottle" so i was wondering if anyone else has bottled so quickly.

I think i'll do a secondary so that i can slightly reduce the amount of yeast that i suck up when i bottle.
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ok that's what i thought.

I think i'll do a secondary so that i can slightly reduce the amount of yeast that i suck up when i bottle.
Good idea, if you rack after one week you can cut down on the excessive yeast, and the beer farts.

Also, if you bottle with natural carbonation, the yeast sediment will be enough to make this slightly cloudy and add yeast character without too much trub in your glass.
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