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Old 02-13-2010, 04:28 PM   #31
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Looks fine. The only downside to Notty is the off-the-wall attenuation you'll get.

This recipe does well with a little residual sweetness.

If the LHBS has safale-04, go with that. If not...raise the mash temp 3-4 degrees and cut the rest time down to 40 minutes to preserve some unfermentables.
i was looking over you recipe. is this 75 or 90 min boil? the FWH for summit is for 75 or 90 min?
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i was looking over you recipe. is this 75 or 90 min boil? the FWH for summit is for 75 or 90 min?
It's a 75 minute boil but since you're First Wort Hopping...I added 15 minutes to allow for time to bring up to a boil.
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Old 02-14-2010, 01:23 AM   #33
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i see. brewed it up today at 75 min. i hit 1.052 but had about 5.25 gal into the fermenter.
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What would be a good sub. for the summit hops. Hbs doesn't have summit. Amarillo? Cascade?
I know it is sacred summit but?
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Old 02-27-2010, 09:23 PM   #35
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I found summit hops @ northern brewer finally got them. Brewed last Thursday bubbling away right now. I was a little worried about efficiency, so I added 2 extra pounds of 2 row. Ended up with 1.061. Guess I didn't need to worry about it after all. Can't wait to try this!!!! Also I like your centennial blonde to.

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I found summit hops @ northern brewer finally got them. Brewed last Thursday bubbling away right now. I was a little worried about efficiency, so I added 2 extra pounds of 2 row. Ended up with 1.061. Guess I didn't need to worry about it after all. Can't wait to try this!!!! Also I like your centennial blonde to.

I did the same thing today (extra 2 lbs of pale malt) - I ended up at 1.058. I knew I was gonna be a little high based on the reading of the runnings, so I threw in an extra 0.5 oz of summit at 30 to tweak up the IBU's just a bit.

This was my first 10-gallon batch, and I'm happy with the results, and the hydro sample tasted awesome!!!
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I thought it tasted great to. Can't wait to try this after it is dry hopped. My glass fermenter still has a pretty heavy layer of krasen on it. I mashed @ 152 for 1/2 hour then 154 for 1hr. Wanted to make sure I had full conversion. The other half is in a ale pale still bubbling about 4-6 a min. It is fermenting @ 65-67 degrees.
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The first batch of this I made turned out awesome. No Williamette dry hop, but the same recipe otherwise.

My second batch of this is in the keg, and it tastes like straight onion. Terrible onion flavor. I have heard of others on this board complaining of Summit and onion flavors as well.

Any help Biermuncher? I really, really want to make this again, but I want it to taste like my first batch, and I have no idea how I could have screwed this up.
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i am botteling my batch this weekend and will have a sample. i sampled it when transfered to secondary and it was tasty, no onion flavor at all
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