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Old 11-29-2011, 02:03 AM   #1111
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jtkratzer - thanks. that's what I thought. The OP mentions a 10 day chill, which seemed to me a cold crash for clarity, rather than a shortened cold condition for flavour. Wish me luck.



 
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Old 11-29-2011, 01:50 PM   #1112
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I would have it bottled for 14 days upstairs at 70 might be carbed enough then. 63 is to low. Room temp is what you want when carbing.

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Old 11-29-2011, 01:54 PM   #1113
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On the 13 day do a cold crash for 24 hours then bottle and keep at room temp for 14 days. Thats rushing it but might work.

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Old 12-02-2011, 08:08 PM   #1114
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In October I modified the recipe to be Cream of Three Crops - Amarillo. In the mash I put in a bit of C70 and C120, half a pound of honey and hopped only with Amarillo.

Really, really tasty.

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Old 12-05-2011, 03:40 AM   #1115
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I want to brew a 2 gallon batch (all grain with a mr beer kit) of this tomorrow. I've divided the original recipe by 5.75 and came up with this:

2lbs 2-row
.5 lbs Corn
.2 lbs Rice
.2 oz Willamette
and . 2 oz Crystal.

Does this sound ok?

I'm planning on a biab that I can do on my stovetop and this looks like a good start.

 
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Old 12-05-2011, 01:36 PM   #1116
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Originally Posted by royal1911 View Post
I want to brew a 2 gallon batch (all grain with a mr beer kit) of this tomorrow. I've divided the original recipe by 5.75 and came up with this:

2lbs 2-row
.5 lbs Corn
.2 lbs Rice
.2 oz Willamette
and . 2 oz Crystal.

Does this sound ok?

I'm planning on a biab that I can do on my stovetop and this looks like a good start.
I don't have the original numbers in front of me, but I did something similar a while back but I think I had more like equal parts rice and cornmeal.

Really, it is such a flexible recipe that I think anything within reason would work.

What you might try is putting the data into Brewtarget and see what it gives you. I'd do it but I have to head out to an appointment and should already be gone!

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Old 12-05-2011, 04:56 PM   #1117
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It really is a flexible recipe, and I think your numbers are fine. I'd up the hops to 1/4 oz, but that's only because I wanted a little more when I did mine.

Start with the base recipe, and then try something a bit different. I've only brewed the original recipe once, but I've brewed variants of it several times, and each one has been tasty. It's a fun journey, experimenting for the taste buds, and you can't really go wrong.

 
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Old 12-05-2011, 05:05 PM   #1118
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It really is a flexible recipe, and I think your numbers are fine. I'd up the hops to 1/4 oz, but that's only because I wanted a little more when I did mine.

Start with the base recipe, and then try something a bit different. I've only brewed the original recipe once, but I've brewed variants of it several times, and each one has been tasty. It's a fun journey, experimenting for the taste buds, and you can't really go wrong.
Thanks for the advice. I will up the hops to 1/4 and see how it is. I ordered 1 lb of corn from northern brewer so I can use the other 1/2 lb on the next batch and tweak it if I need to.

 
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Old 12-06-2011, 12:38 AM   #1119
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Originally Posted by birvine

I don't have the original numbers in front of me, but I did something similar a while back but I think I had more like equal parts rice and cornmeal.

Really, it is such a flexible recipe that I think anything within reason would work.

What you might try is putting the data into Brewtarget and see what it gives you. I'd do it but I have to head out to an appointment and should already be gone!

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Did you use Cornmeal from the grocery store?

 
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Old 12-06-2011, 04:00 AM   #1120
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It's always good to know we've reached a new beer drinking population.

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I am taking the plunge into all grain and Cream of Three Crops is up first. Sounds great to me.

OK.... So who's permission do I need to use this beer drinking horse on my labels? I gotta have it.
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