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Old 01-26-2009, 11:11 AM   #1
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Default Orange Cascade v2.0 Brewday has begun

I will post pics, and commentary here:

It is 16F outside... feels like 8F with the windchill... the garage is a balmy 45F! Time to brew!

TIME TO BREW!



FULL HLT


Heating the HLT



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Old 01-26-2009, 11:15 AM   #2
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Orange/Cascade v2.0 Water Calculation (you cannot run this HERMS without this thing!!)


The Recipe:
Orange Pale Ale v2.0
Brew Target Statistics
Style American Pale Ale
Efficiency 82.00 %
Pre-boil Volume 7.40 gallons US
OG 1.068
IBU 41.9
Mash Ratio 2.0 qt/l
Post-boil Volume 5.30 gallons US
FG 1.018
SRM 10.6
Mash Time 80 min
Boil Time 90 min
Yeast S-04
ABV 5.1 %
Evaporation 1.4 gallons/hr
Attenuation 70.00 %
Water Profile 6 gal. Spring/5 gal. Distilled

Mash Schedule
alpha 155 F Mash in with 6.0 gallons US of water at 163.6 F
mashout 165.5 F Direct heat until mash reaches 165.5 F.
sparge 170 F Sparge with 3.1 gallons US at 170.0F to collect 7.4 gallons US

Fermentables
Marris Otter 9.5 lb 79.2 % 1.036/lb/gal 3 Mash
American Crystal 40L 1.5 lb 12.5 % 1.034/lb/gal 40 Mash
Vienna 1 lb 8.3 % 1.030/lb/gal 4 Mash
Totals: 12 pounds 100% 1.056 10.6

Misc
Orange peel 2 ounces Boil 10
Coriander 1 ounces Boil 10

Hops
Name Quantity Form Alpha Stage Time
Cascade 1 oz Leaf 7.4 FWH 90
Cascade 1 oz Pellet 7.8 Boil 10
Cascade 1 oz Pellet 7.8 Boil 5
Cascade 1 oz Pellet 7.8 Boil 1
Cascade 2 oz Pellet 7.8 Dry 0
Totals: 6 ounces 41.9 IBU

Carbonation
CO2 Volume Presure Serving Temp
2.5 11.25 psi 38.0F



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Old 01-26-2009, 12:03 PM   #3
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Just about time to mash in...

I always use Buffer 5.2 in my mash... the MW crush also looks a little finer than B3's. On top of that I am also trying out a 2qt/lb mash to see if I get any apparent rise in eff.

I will be pumping over 6.0 gallons of 183F water to the MLT, to preheat and strike when it reaches 164F in the MLT as depicted on the MLT through the wall thermometer.


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Old 01-26-2009, 12:25 PM   #4
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Transferred... the MLT soaked up 11F, so it is sitting at 172F... taking the lid off, adding my Buffer5.2 and wating a few minutes to reach 164F to mash in.

Added my final 1 gallon of water to my HLT, it is sitting at 158F ready for the recirc.

EDIT: One benefit to such a thin mash is that it is REALLY easy to get a nice mash in... breaking up dough balls is much easier in soup than it is in oatmeal. It is recirculating nicely at 155F, at a rate of about 1.5 gallons/min.

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Old 01-26-2009, 01:45 PM   #5
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This is how we mash at CCB. The mash temp varies between 154.8 and 155.1.


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Old 01-26-2009, 02:11 PM   #6
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HLT controller is set at 173F... ramping up to mashout now.

HLT set for Mashout


MLT at Mashout


BK ready to accept some SWEET wort!

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This is how we fly sparge at CCB...

Grain bed never went below 166F

Wort actually cooled to 150F in the kettle, garage temp. 57F

Reached a rolling boil at 100% on the 5500W element. Dialed it back to 65% to maintain a nice strong boil.

Collected 7.4 gallons for the boil... the HLT was DRY and the MLT only contained ONE QUART of wort at a SG of 1.008!!! This is what happens when you nail down your water requirements


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Nice pics and video. Thanks
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This system allows me to do A LOT of messing around while brewing. So, I have been able to keep up easily posting as I brew.

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Old 01-26-2009, 04:19 PM   #10
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Great job, I like to see the progress. Now if there was only a way to smell it too


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