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#1 Steve Urquell

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 03:41 AM

I've got some 2124 running right now and need something hoppy in the lineup. My grain bill is Arrogant Bastard clone inspired. I think the accurate clones have 1lb of Spec B in them and a little RB. I think CaraAroma is similar to Spec B and it's in my inventory.

I know malted rye is better than flaked, but I have Flaked on hand. I'm still kicking around swapping Chinook or Columbus for the citra--don't know if orange flavor fits this grain bill and my Citra is very orangey. So, does this look chewy, or just a muddy mess?

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 05:14 AM

You have a very interesting recipe and I say that in a nice way. Your grain bill looks good (to me), simple and effective. I am building something 'sort of' similar with a couple pounds of rye; cascade, Amarillo and citra and imho, I think the Citra's..... citrus flavors are going to bounce nicely off the rye.

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Posted 19 March 2014 - 09:16 AM

So this amber malt is showing up twice today in hoppy beers. Again I am completely unfamiliar with it. What do you like about it chils? Or were you just trying to mimic the AB grist regardless?



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Posted 19 March 2014 - 03:21 PM

You have a very interesting recipe and I say that in a nice way. Your grain bill looks good (to me), simple and effective. I am building something 'sort of' similar with a couple pounds of rye; cascade, Amarillo and citra and imho, I think the Citra's..... citrus flavors are going to bounce nicely off the rye.

Thanks for the feedback. I've never used this much dark crystal in anything before so I have no clue what it will bring to the table when paired with the citra.  

So this amber malt is showing up twice today in hoppy beers. Again I am completely unfamiliar with it. What do you like about it chils? Or were you just trying to mimic the AB grist regardless?

I bought some awhile ago and have never used it. I liked what I have heard about it WRT its flavors in DFH clone beers---can't remember if it's in 60 or 90 min. So, ripping off DFH and Stone for this one lol.

Edited by chils, 19 March 2014 - 03:22 PM.


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Posted 24 March 2014 - 04:11 PM

Brewing this right now. 5 mins left in the mash, sitting at 152F. This is my first night brew in 6 years of brewing. I'm usually up at 5 AM starting.



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