Janet's Brown Ale

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  1. thunderwagn

    thunderwagn Well-Known Member

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    Here's what I think is my final scaling of Tasty's JBA. I tried to go all off percentages even though the BF scaling slider feature is a nightmare to use.
    My ibu calcs may have to be adjusted a bit after I purchase my hops and I have the actual numbers to input.

    My go to yeast anymore is s-05.

    https://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/recipe/view/600635/janet-s-brown-ale
     
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    what’s your fermentation schedule?
     
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    looks good to me , brew it
     
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    think BRY 97 would be a better yeast leaving this FG 1.014
     
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    Never been much of a fan myself.
     
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    I find them (05 and BRY 97) to be the same in every way, except the BRY is soooo slooooow to start :)

    Please let us know how the JBA turns out.
     
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    BRY 97 is my house yeast, its very clean, like lager clean without lagering, its high flocculate and drops to the bottom like a rock, these types you just have to know how to use for best results, ramping up fro 60 to 70 works well and a shake or stir at 67 but the flavor can be cut some with this yeast so if I post a recipe with this yeast, use it or you might have a flavor bomb
     
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