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4,5kg  Pilsner

700g flaked barley

700grolled oats

700g rolled wheat

400g dextrose

lallemand NEIPA yeast

hops at 83C 20minutes 30g of citra galaxy mosaic =90g

dry hop  at high Krausen  50 g of each of above hops

This brew is no boil and 83c is it  and will be fermented at 5psi at 22 and raise to 24c after high krauzen 

I have read this is good for NEiPAS  so lets see for my 2nd kegging brew cheers

will be loop transferred with gravity at 10psi  at a purged  keg

 

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12 minutes ago, therealthing691 said:

4,5kg  Pilsner

700g flaked barley

700grolled oats

700g rolled wheat

400g dextrose

lallemand NEIPA yeast

hops at 83C 20minutes 30g of citra galaxy mosaic =90g

dry hop  at high Krausen  50 g of each of above hops

This brew is no boil and 83c is it  and will be fermented at 5psi at 22 and raise to 24c after high krauzen 

I have read this is good for NEiPAS  so lets see for my 2nd kegging brew cheers

will be loop transferred with gravity at 10psi 

Or maybe verdant yeast decisions

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19 hours ago, therealthing691 said:

This brew is no boil

Big idea to go on. I have read about these but I don't know.

There are a whole lot of reasons chemistry related to boil, I'll be intereseted to see how it goes

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22 minutes ago, disgruntled said:

Big idea to go on. I have read about these but I don't know.

There are a whole lot of reasons chemistry related to boil, I'll be intereseted to see how it goes

to my knowledge most nasty are eliminated at high 70's c  so I am not worried a great deal. Will be good to see  and doing it under pressure as well will be a first for me cheers

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5 minutes ago, therealthing691 said:

to my knowledge most nasty are eliminated at high 70's c

Nah, was't referring to that.
Beyond me but there are some changes to the proteins that occur with a boil that are beneficial to beer.

 

Again, well keen to see the result.

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On 2/27/2022 at 8:26 PM, disgruntled said:

Nah, was't referring to that.
Beyond me but there are some changes to the proteins that occur with a boil that are beneficial to beer.

 

Again, well keen to see the result.

Yes i was doing some more research some say boil is needed some say no mmmmmmmm might do 15mim boil but still very  undecided on which way

 

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1 hour ago, therealthing691 said:

well will be doing it next week end  tossing up with adding vic secret to it or Idaho 7 decisions any input would be great 

I suspect you could go either way.  I have never used Idaho 7, but it sounds quite similar to Vic Secret.  I have used Vic Secret heaps (I bought 400g of it ages ago).  I find it a bit more subtle than other hops like Simcoe or Citra.  Reading about Idaho 7, I would tend to lean toward using it.

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a sample i took when  i added 200g of dry hops  threw a valve setup on my virgin pressure fermentation .Ended up doing azacca galaxy citra mosaic idaho 7 25g of each =125g total  at flame out  .Dry hop of 40g each = 200g total  . Used the original grain bill with a 15min boil hops at flame out for 20mins  tastes damn fruity with out the dry hops  and less bitter then i thought which i like cheers

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1 hour ago, therealthing691 said:

a sample i took when  i added 200g of dry hops  threw a valve setup on my virgin pressure fermentation .Ended up doing azacca galaxy citra mosaic idaho 7 25g of each =125g total  at flame out  .Dry hop of 40g each = 200g total  . Used the original grain bill with a 15min boil hops at flame out for 20mins  tastes damn fruity with out the dry hops  and less bitter then i thought which i like cheers

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Looks mighty juicy 

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just kegged today 7 days all up  including DH  and CC for 24hrs and was clean az  forced carbing for 24hrs at 40 .It was a little carbed after pressure fermenting  but  will be carbed after that then will let sit for a week after a sample tomorrow'

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fermented ar23c at mim 5psi max 13psi and after 24 cc was still5psi + then did looped transfer

2 minutes ago, therealthing691 said:

1011 fg    og 1065

 

 

1 hour ago, interceptor said:

What was the FG?

 

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19 hours ago, interceptor said:

Thanks for the update. I'm not a fan of heavy dry hops, late addition provide so much more character

my next brew is going  to be same late additions water chemistry but little or no dry hopping   grain bill will be different as well but is very tasting and a little malty as well  considering the dry hops 

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V2   Hazy IPA

4.5kg pale malt

.5kg wheat

.3kg flaked barley 

.3kg flaked wheat

.3kg rolled oats

.5kg corn sugar

@ 30min hopstand at flame out

10g cascade cyro , 32g mosiac , 32g idaho 7 , 16g galaxy , 24g azacca 

water is R/O + below

            CA+2     121

          MG+2    9

           CL        174

           SO42    90

3ml of phosphoric  acid 

 mash PH 5.49 was aiming for 5,4 

25l 5.9 % ABV

 will pressure ferment at 5 PSI

add dry hops at day 2 when it is actively fermenting 20g cascade cyro and 30g of idaho 7

cheers

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