Dopplebock

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Re: Dopplebock

Postby htkm » 15 Oct 2009, 08:43

What's your OG? 1.072? At 11C might take you at lease 4 to 5 weeks.
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Re: Dopplebock

Postby Hunty » 15 Oct 2009, 14:17

htkm wrote:What's your OG? 1.072? At 11C might take you at lease 4 to 5 weeks.


higher than 1.074 (18 brix) but we did have some refractometer issues.

not so sure it'll take that long HT, in fact I'd bet on max 3 weeks... lord Keat's 5 litre starter and a decent bit of yeast nutrient should see it finish around that time. Target FG around 1.020.

will report after two weeks... ;)

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Re: Dopplebock

Postby Hunty » 17 Oct 2009, 11:55

Hi chaps

On request of JV partner Lord Keat, I tested SG , 7 days after pitching.

SG = 1.030 .. that means more than 1/2 done. Going great.

Oh the sample, well I felt like taking a 1 pint one after the taste... obviously some residual sweetness there but on the way to a great beer I hope. Very optimistic about this one. :D

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