Two hearted Clone

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  1. Krimbos

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    Ozark - any comments on your posted recipe?
     
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    all I can say is always use fresh hops and its real good, follow the recipe and your set
    some people use 1 ounce at bittering but I didn't like it that bitter
     
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    I've always like Two Hearted and Dead Ringer is one of the two kits I brewed (in extract) when I got free kits with equipment when I was getting started ... I recall that it was barely fully carbinated when I finished the last of it .. and I didn't share very much of that batch either. :D
     
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    its the same recipe as dead ringer, simple beer to brew, only 3 ingredients in the whole beer including hops, its all centennial hops, only mistake I made one time was using a bag that had aged too much (brown) and it tasted odd, learned that lesson on a 10 gallon batch :cry:

    DeadRingerIPA
    http://www.northernbrewer.com/documenta ... gerIPA.pdf
     
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    Bottled 6.5 gallons yesterday

    OG 1.064
    FG 1.009!!

    LHBS did not have San Diego Yeast, so I used Wyeast 1272

    Took nearly a week to complete fermentation. Kept it at about 62F for first few days, them moved to warmer spot

    Smells fantastic!!

    I used the yeast bed for yesterdays brew (simple Cascade-based pale Ale). Started bubbling in about 4hrs. Temp a bit higher - 66F
     
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    Great to hear
    yes any chico strain will work, even US05 but SAN Diego seems to ferment more sugar and give a higher alcohol beer
     

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