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  2. After a few months now, I'm still enjoying this sessionable, lightly-tart brew.
  3. Ditto! I worked up a Specialty White IPA recipe today that might play nicely with the pink boots blend. Plus, I get to cereal-mash some wheat for the wit portion of the grain bill. This brew will count toward my Summer of Wheat too so win, win!
  4. Hmmm... try adding a cup of light brown sugar and countering that with a 1/2 lb of light DME to prevent drying it out. Make two batches if you can, one per recipe and one this way to compare taste and measure abv increase. Stouts are forgivable (flavor wise) when adding sugars and DME if you're careful.
  5. I agree -- your Witbier is excellent! You could try brewing a Berliner Weisse, Muenster Alt, or Hazy (Wheat) IPA and send me some of those too! http://allaboutbeer.com/article/dampfbier-gose-munster-altbier/
  6. Not a fan of heavily wheated beers for some reason, best I can do is a Wit! However, I think I make a pretty decent one.
  7. @Nickfixit, @Creeps McLane, @Bonsai & Brew. Although your hops packet is dated 2019 it is the 2020 blend. The 2019 is harvest year typically in Sept. I think and they get the blend together in Nov for release in January. I got that in an email from Wade at Yakima Hops, as I wanted to confirm since the blend changes each year. " Hi Bob, No worries! The only product that we currently have available on our website, is our most recent blend, which would be the Loral, Azacca, El Dorado, and Idaho Gem blend, which we refer to as our 2019 Blend (due to crop year of product used). With harvest happening in September every year, it takes just about 2-3 months to get that product aligned for the ideal blend, and then we normally release right at the start of the calendar year. In short, the blend varieties are harvested in ~September 2019, blended and pelletized in Oct/Nov 2019, and then ready for release ~Jan 2020."
  8. I need to get onboard with you guys on that, will order today.
  9. I think it's gonna make a great beer. I've brewed with El Dorado in my Wiscohops, and had a New Realm IPA, Hoptropolis, that has Azacca and Loral as part of its makeup. I'm not going to dry hop my first brew so I can get a feel for what if anything needs to be added.
  10. How many people here have brewed with the Pink Boots Blend? Me, @Nickfixit, and @Cato? Anyone else?
  11. Smellin' Melon BJCP Style 1D (American Wheat Beer) 2-gallon mash-in-sack with batch sparge Rahr 6-row, 1.75 lb. Rahr Wheat (malted), 1.5 lb. CaraVienne, 0.19 lb. Golden Naked Oats, 0.13 lb. Motueka, 0.33 oz., 60 min. Huell Melon, 0.25 oz., 15 min. Huell Melon, 0.25 oz., 2 min. Huell Melon, 0.25 oz., Day 10 dry-hop Huell Melon, 0.25 oz., Day 14 dry-hop Safale US-05 OG 1.048 IBU 26 SRM 4
  12. With just a handful of us left on the forum, I thought it might be fun to come up with some wheat-based recipes for summer enjoyment. Who's with me?🍻
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  14. Ordered 6 oz of the Pink Boots 2020 this morning. Free shipping from Yakima Chief. Another Pale Ale will be forthcoming.
  15. What is that 3rd shift hours? I had some hours like that when I ran an R&D aquaculture facility. My phone would go off at 3am with a night shift guy panicking because of an emergency, and of course I had to go in or we could lose thousands of shrimp very quickly.
  16. You still gotta get up earlier than that. Though our motives for waking up are way different. I envy yours
  17. Jeez, I wake up at 3:15 a.m. why? Am I concerned about Covid-19, my tumbling stocks, what? No, it's my Red IPA recipe! It's not right, it's got flaws! I review it and refine it and remake it off and on until 4:49 and then I'm wide awake. Got up, it's pouring outside, no golf today, make coffee. By 5:30 I've thought it out had more coffee and on the computer in BS revising my recipe and printing out the brew steps. With no BJCP guidelines or comps to influence me I've morphed a Red IPA and APA hybrid that will feature Pink Boots hops. That mountain of weight is off my shoulders and I can prep for brewing tomorrow. I feel at ease now. Think I'll make a sausage and fried egg sandwich while you guys are still sleeping.
  18. My supplies came in Wednesday but it's going to be an unseasonable 85 today, so I'll wait until Tuesday to brew.
  19. haven't brewed in a while. want to get back on track soon. just need to go get spring water and get going. I have 2 batches worth of ingredients sitting here at the house. NO EXCUSES!!!
  20. Pink Boots IPA recipe is ready to go in BS and might be able to brew it Friday. Being a Red IPA it's going to pack more ABV, IBU, and SRM than my pales. Kind of a blurred line between the two styles from breweries these days anyway. 4 gal batch, 7% ABV, 68 IBU, 14 SRM. Kinda excited to try a new style and my from scratch recipe.
  21. Been thinking on it and definitely going to be a Pale Ale, and I'm leaning towards a Red IPA. It's a style I haven't made but I'll give it a go.
  22. Good, let us know what you make 😄
  23. Looks good! Very good is only good enough to some. Reaching for that next level is a rewarding and frustrating journey
  24. Going to do a small batch of Wiscohops, after reading my score sheets from the latest comp. I'm encouraged that this beer given the right timing and some more hops can move from very good to excellent. It was past its prime by judging time and with no changes, had it been timed better I believe it would have scored much better. I've entered this upcoming batch in another comp and very interested in its outcome. It's really quite good when in its prime. Lol, this beer was born out of a beer not sold here, @Creeps McLane, Titletown's Hopulation. Score sheet link- https://www.dropbox.com/s/m20m87m52g7zg82/000066 (1).pdf?dl=0
  25. Just ordered all the ingredients for vienna lager brew #3. Then I checked the “bargain bin” and saw they have pale extract 3.3 lbs half off so I bought 8! Little Chute run tomorrow
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