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scottyg354

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TUrned out pretty good.



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Stirred up some yeast but it's still tasty. I really like the dryness it has to it.
 

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Sure looks tasty!
Any modifications, or the posted recipe?
 

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I made a double recipe, (10 gallons in two carboys) of this two weeks ago and bottled half of it today.

I boiled the 4 lbs. of DME and tried to eyeball it the best I could while mixing it into the 2 five gallon carboys but did a pretty bad job. One of the carboys got way more malt than the other and it is still fermenting like crazy. The other one had some krausen for a few days but nothing major and I decided to bottle it today. I tasted some and it tasted tart/sour and I'm hoping that goes away with some time in the bottle.
 
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This recipe is pretty tart. That aspect sort of sticks around as you are fermenting all the sugar out of the juice.
 
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