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Old 13-11-2017, 07:48 PM   #1
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Never done 1 before so here goes
5kg maris otter (or 6kg not yet decided)
1kg rolled oats
500g torrified wheat

Hops
All falconer's flight
5g @60 mins
100g @0 mins 80c hop stand 30mins
55g dry hop at start of fermentation
60g dry hop after fermentation for 5 days before kegging

Crossmyloof american ale yeast

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Does this look right?
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Three observations.

1) Yeast selection tends to be a UK originated strain that attenuates less.

2) Without knowing the AA% 100g of falconers flight at 30 minute steep might give too much bitterness for the style.

3) Not enough dry hops, above 10g/L total dry hops would probably be considered the minimum.

I'm assuming a 5Gallon/19L batch.

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Three observations.

1) Yeast selection tends to be a UK originated strain that attenuates less.

2) Without knowing the AA% 100g of falconers flight at 30 minute steep might give too much bitterness for the style.

3) Not enough dry hops, above 10g/L total dry hops would probably be considered the minimum.

I'm assuming a 5Gallon/19L batch.

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Noted. Thanks il look at moving hops about
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One good thing that many find attempting NEIPAs is that even if it doesn't come out bang on style, you'll still end up with a cracking hoppy beer, that is more west coast in style.
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I would ditch the 60 min addition. Then double the dry hop, or even triple it
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Thanks for that i thi k iv got it sorted just yeast i need to figure out
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Dry yeast? Danstar Windsor or S04 if you are doing a DIPA, as the Windsor may struggle. Windsor will be fruity and low attenuating. Or try the CML Real ale strain and provide us with some feedback.
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Dry yeast? Danstar Windsor or S04 if you are doing a DIPA, as the Windsor may struggle. Windsor will be fruity and low attenuating.
I used MJ Empire Ale yeast for mine and it turned it great!
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