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Old 01-21-2013, 09:04 PM   #631
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i made this today. zesting oranges is work!
so is crushing coriander for that matter!
ended up at 1050 for gravity.
the wort smelled so fresh and delicious. i definitley see what the coriander will do for this beer now.
just racked this to secondary and added the dry hops and the zest of three more oranges. gravity checked in at 1012 and it smelled wonderful.

 
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Old 01-28-2013, 11:07 PM   #632
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This one has been in the bottle for about 10 days. I know it will only get better. Can't wait for the rest of the bottles to condition fully.
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Old 01-28-2013, 11:15 PM   #633
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Just dropping in to give thanks to blacklab for this recipe. I bottled on 1-4-13 and am enjoying my first pint as we speak. (sneak preview) I'm not one for fruit beer, actually made it for swmbo...but I'm going to be all over this one. I stayed very true to the recipe, used 1 oz sweet + 1 oz bitter dry orange peel, only 1 pack so4, and used a touch more vienna. Hit 6.2%abv. My take on the beer so far...
The soft nose is all cascade with coriander, the initial taste is clean with the orange and cascades blending perfect. First sip I thought the orange peel was a touch overbearing, but it's growing on me. It's not too sweet, I don't like sweet. Hops are dominating, coriander is letting itself be known in the aftertaste, which is nice and bitter, begging for another sip. This beer rocks! Thank you.
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Awesome, glad you like it! Hope you're enjoying Bend, I lived there for years. Really miss it.

 
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:01 PM   #634
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Awesome, glad you like it! Hope you're enjoying Bend, I lived there for years. Really miss it.
Bend is Just keeps getting better! You might be interested to know a new brewery is opening here this week. It is going to be the second largest, behind Deschutes. It's a massive building, with the first canning line in the area. I think that makes 14 breweries....Thanks again, cheers

 
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Old 01-29-2013, 06:11 PM   #635
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Bend is Just keeps getting better! You might be interested to know a new brewery is opening here this week. It is going to be the second largest, behind Deschutes. It's a massive building, with the first canning line in the area. I think that makes 14 breweries....Thanks again, cheers
Is that the Paul Evers joint?

 
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Old 01-29-2013, 07:09 PM   #636
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Is that the Paul Evers joint?
He teamed up with the great Larry Sidor, and others and opened 'Crux' last summer. Small scale, exceptional beer.

This place is the is the first to venture to the east side of town. A Cali guy, Roger Worthington is the big cheese, hired a brewmaster from Laurelwood brewing to run it, so it's going to be legit. Check it out.
http://www.worthybrewing.com/home.html

 
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Old 01-30-2013, 03:01 AM   #637
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I know I'm old, but what does swmbo stand for. I've seen this on a number of forum topics, but don't have any idea of what it means.

 
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:10 PM   #638
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I know I'm old, but what does swmbo stand for. I've seen this on a number of forum topics, but don't have any idea of what it means.
I don't know why you're asking this here; this beer does not call for a dry swmbo.

 
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:43 PM   #639
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I don't know why you're asking this here; this beer does not call for a dry swmbo.
They are much better wet

 
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Old 01-30-2013, 03:02 PM   #640
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Do you put it in the primary or the secondary?

 
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