Maxi BIAB#4 Summer Lightning

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Maxi BIAB#4 Summer Lightning

Post by Tarmac » 5 years ago

Will be trying this one out this weekend using my usual method.

I'm also going to try hopbursting this recipe rather than following the traditional method.
I'll start adding hops with only 20 minutes left on the boil which should produce a more rounded bitterness, loads of hop flavour and aroma.
(So I'm told).

Also means it doesn't affect any timings hugely when I stick the immersion cooler in have to bring it back to the boil.

So far I've had high and low effiency from the same batch of grain so I'm going for the middle at 75%.
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Post by joshua » 5 years ago

Hop busting, Interesting Idea. The exact opposite of FWH. Did I say Interesting.....
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Post by Yeasty » 5 years ago

Looks good, I might try it myself as I'm looking for a Pale ale to do as a quicky before Christmas.

One thing on this version is that the Hop Calcs use an average of the boil gravity. I think PP has stated that this is not correct and the EOBG should be used (1.045 in your case). I'll PM PP and ask him to clarify (in less than ten words :lol: )

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Post by joshua » 5 years ago

I think Hop Bursting may not be a good name.....How about Last-Wort-Hopping (LWH)????
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Post by Lylo » 5 years ago

Jamil Zainasheff is a long time advocate of hop bursting.Check out his comments in the archives of The Brewing Network,from July of 05.
I have used it on some APA's and was happy with the results and will continue with the method on occasion.
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Post by PistolPatch » 5 years ago

Yeasty wrote:One thing on this version is that the Hop Calcs use an average of the boil gravity. I think PP has stated that this is not correct and the EOBG should be used (1.045 in your case). I'll PM PP and ask him to clarify (in less than ten words :lol: )
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Post by BobBrews » 5 years ago

Lylo,
Jamil Zainasheff is a long time advocate of hop bursting.Check out his comments in the archives of The Brewing Network,from July of 05.
The archives go back to 2006?
http://thebrewingnetwork.com/shows/The- ... ow/Page-17

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Post by Lylo » 5 years ago

I have archives to June of 05. At about 48 shows per year and 3 hrs/show it will take me a lot of road trips to get thru them all!
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