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Old 05-22-2009, 05:18 PM   #41
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Kegged this today after 3.5 weeks in primary. The hydro sample was great. Thanks for the recipe.
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Old 05-27-2009, 06:30 PM   #42
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Just planning to make an IPA with some first wort hoppage. Came in here to see if anyone else had the same idea and lo and behold, I find this gem!

I'll be using mash hops (Hersbrucker), FWH (Northern Brewer), flavor/aroma additions of Amarillo and Palisade, and dry hopping with East Kent Golding...I'm shooting for more of an English IPA.

I'm not sure about bittering yet...maybe Amarillo? Anyway, looks good, Ed. Similar to my grain bill...I'm using munich and british 50/60. Maybe I'll throw some flaked barley in there, too...thanks for the post.
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Old 06-04-2009, 08:09 PM   #43
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I have been drinking this the past couple days. By far my best brew. Ed's description is dead on - "Spicy, malty, & very tasty!"

I get great lacing and a nitro pour like effect, but no good head retention. Seems to be common across the board with me. I think I need to balance my lines properly, rather than relying on a swizzle stick in the dip tube.
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Old 06-09-2009, 05:16 PM   #44
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This was my first AG batch I did and I love it, though would prefer a little more hoppiness personally. Getting set to do batch #2 of it and will be using chinook and centennial. Thanks for the recipe Ed.
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Old 06-11-2009, 08:02 PM   #45
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Whoops, accidentally order Nottingham instead of the US-05. What difference will it make to just use the Notty?
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Old 08-06-2009, 05:08 PM   #46
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So I'm thinking to brew this, but I have a couple hops I want to use up.
I have 1oz Warrior, 1oz Centennial, 1oz Crystal, 1oz Chinook, & 2oz Cascade.

I like hoppy beers so I was thinking:

10# 2-row
2# Vienna
2# 8oz Rye Malt
8oz Flaked Barley
8oz Crystal 10
6oz Crystal 60

1oz Crystal - FWH
0.5oz Warrior - 60 min
0.5oz Warrior - 20 min
0.5oz Chinook - 20 min
0.5oz Cascade - 10 min
0.5oz Chinook - 1 min
0.5oz Cascade - 1 min
1oz Cascade - 7day Dry Hop

Yeast - White Labs Cali Ale 001 slurry


I know this would change it, but would it muddy the hops & the rye?

 
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Old 10-17-2009, 07:22 AM   #47
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Two quick questions:
1) What difference is there between using the flaked barley for head/body vs. using carapils/dextrine?
2) when I enter this into beersmith I get much higher IBUs than you enter here, I get 84.4 using Tinseth method, any idea where the discrepancy could be?

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Old 10-17-2009, 08:12 PM   #48
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Two quick questions:
1) What difference is there between using the flaked barley for head/body vs. using carapils/dextrine?
2) when I enter this into beersmith I get much higher IBUs than you enter here, I get 84.4 using Tinseth method, any idea where the discrepancy could be?

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1- I'd say the body is similar but the head retention is different in that the flaked barley makes the head last forever and be very chunky. So stiff that it is like beaten egg whites. You can actually get it to hold a peak. Though this didn't happen until a month in the bottle.

2- maybe your expected FG is lower than Ed's. A lower FG will result in Higher IBU. Also could be pellet vs whole hops.
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Old 10-17-2009, 08:13 PM   #49
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Oh yeah, and this beer is by far my favorite out of all my brews. I like to tweak it just a bit for subtle differences. The one thing I won't change is the amount of flaked barley. Damn it's good!
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Old 11-13-2009, 02:22 PM   #50
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I've got a pound of Cascade and a pound of Chinook that I'm trying to put to use. Could I sub either of these in for the Tettnanger addition, or would it be drastically different?

 
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