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MaltyRod

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Well my first batch (an Amber Ale) went into the primary glass carboy on the 15th with a 1.037 OG, yesterday after I made sure the foam was gone and most of the yeast had settled I racked it to the secondary and it read a 1.015 gravity. I was gonna let it sit a week, take a couple consecutive days readings and then bottle it. Yesterday I picked up a spare carboy and makings for new batch, Moose and Squirrel Drool Amber Honeyed Ale. :D
 

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sounds like everything is going smooth. that titles a mouth full!

since you like amber ales, i have a good amber ale all-grain recipe when your ready. it's a clone from Saint Arnold's, a local micro-brew in Houston (from the owner).
 
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I'll be glad to try it, enjoying some Fat Tire tonight, tried an IPA for the first time, from widmere Brothers, but don't care for it, too bitter and Hoppy.
 

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DeRoux's Broux said:
sounds like everything is going smooth. that titles a mouth full!

since you like amber ales, i have a good amber ale all-grain recipe when your ready. it's a clone from Saint Arnold's, a local micro-brew in Houston (from the owner).
From his name, I'd say MaltyRod likes malty beers. But I'm just guessing! :p

Anything from Saint Arnold's ought to be good. Please post it to the recipe threads, when you get a chance! :)
 
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