Discussion in 'General Recipe Discussion' started by Alside101, Oct 6, 2018.
So you just did the whirlpool and dry hop additions? How similar was it to the original?
Pretty close to be fair
Pretty close is good enough for me!!
Absolutely. Hazy Jane is a marvellous beer.
Its all about yeast and the hopstand. If you nail that then your good
Curiously enough, Hazy Jane uses 1056 as opposed to an English-derived yeast. I would've guessed London III or Vermont Ale.
I used imperial juice yeast
That's exactly what I would've gone for. Extra fruity character. I've used 1056/US-05 for NEIPAs and they've worked out nicely, but I'm quite surprised that Hazy Jane uses such a neutral yeast.
I think thay use pectin powder to improve the haze
I believe Juice is the same strain as 1318 Juice. Imperial Yeasts are amazing. Got in contact with them on Facebook and they said that they are working to get access back in to the European market.
Good lord, I really hope not.
I'll be using third generation 1318 yeast so hopefully that will go well. Have you seen the 1g 10 minute addition on the recipe and have a view as to whether it's a typo?
Almost certainly. Problem is. what amount did they mean to print? 1g is a laughably small amount
Its probably correct but i wouldn't bother with it
If it is then it is utterly pointless. Like the people who use one pellet in their Berlinerweisse.
No, if you see the full scale recipe it matches the ratios of hops for that.
That's amazing. I'd be curious to hear from their head brewer what impact they think that addition makes.
I think that’s the brewing equivalent of the princess and the pea... if you can spot that gramme you’re pretty special.
For 100hl these are the hop additions.
And the dry hopping
I hate to think how much that lot costs!
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