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Hi,
I had some of this recently and want to brew some. anyone have a
recipe? Also, have some pacman yeast on order. would it be suited for
this beer?

Thanks,
John

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"spleenminus@yahoo.com" wrote:
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They use a very specila orange sugar to get the flavor.  We've gotten it
directly from the brewery, but I don't know where it's generally
available.

    ------------->Denny
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Life begins at 60...1.060, that is.

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thanks,
 i will try emailing them. where did you get the recipe? do you know
offhand what else is in it?

thanks,
john
On Mon, 06 Nov 2006 10:06:15 -0800, Denny Conn

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"spleenminus@yahoo.com" wrote:
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I'm local to Rogue and know a few of the brewers.  In addition, Rogue
has brewed one of my recipes (a rye IPA they called "Two Tier Bier"), so
I'm fairly familiar with their stuff.  A friend of mine loves the HOW
and got info (and the sugar) from them to make some.  If you want to try
to get the info from him, go to www.tastybrew.com and post a message for
Matt Jarvis.

    ---------->Denny

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Life begins at 60...1.060, that is.

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Thanks! I really am infatuated with this beer. I am trying to find a
retailer there who will ship. do you have any recomendations?

Thanks a bunch!

John


PS i was perusing the rogue site and i think i may have to speed up my
plans to visit rogue. i must try some of the beers i cant get here in
NM.


On Wed, 08 Nov 2006 11:23:28 -0800, Denny Conn

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I like Rogue Dead Guy.
Anybody have  a recipe for something similar?

Also, a visit to Rogue in Newport, OR is a good use of your time...
Umm, Umm, Tasting Room!


On Sun, 05 Nov 2006 20:31:23 -0700, "spleenminus@yahoo.com"

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edgewater1999@msn.com;12487 Wrote:
> I like Rogue Dead Guy.
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Dead Guy Ale

13    oz.    Belgian Cara-Munich Malt
13    oz.    German Munich Malt
7    oz.    40L Crystal Malt
4    lbs.    Pale LME
4    lbs.    Light DME
1    oz.    Pearl @ 7.5% AA (7.5 HBU) Bittering Hop
    oz.    Pearl Flavor Hop
    oz.    Czech Saaz Flavor Hop
1    tsp.    Irish Moss
1    pkg.    Wyeast 1338 European Ale or
1    pkg.    Wyeast 1056 American Ale or
1    cup    Extra Light DME (Priming)

OG: 1.063-1.064
FG: 1.015-1.016
SRM: 18
IBU: 31
ABV: 6.0%

Directions
Heat 1 gallon of water to 155F.  Add:
13    oz.    Belgian Cara-Munich Malt
13    oz.    German Munich Malt
7    oz.    40L Crystal Malt
Remove pot from heat and steep at 150F for 30 minutes.  Strain the
grain water
into the brew pot.  Sparge the grains with 1 gallon of
150F water.  Bring water
to a boil, remove from heat and add:
4    lbs.    Pale LME
4    lbs.    Light DME
1    oz.    Pearl @ 7.5% AA (7.5 HBU) Bittering Hop
Add water until the total volume in the pot is 3 gallons.  Boil for 45
minutes
then add:
    oz.    Pearl Flavor Hop
    oz.    Czech Saaz Flavor Hop
1    tsp.    Irish Moss
Boil for 15 minutes.  Remove the pot from the stove and chill the wort
for 20
minutes.  Strain the wort into the primary fermenter and add
cold water to
obtain 5⅛ gallons.  When the wort temperature is
below 80F, pitch the
yeast.
1    pkg.    Wyeast 1338 European Ale Ferment at 68-72F
or
1    pkg.    Wyeast 1056 American Ale Ferment at 68-72F
Ferment in primary fermenter for 7 days or until fermentation slows,
then siphon
into the secondary fermenter.  Bottle when fermentation is
complete, target
gravity is reached and beer has cleared (approximately
3 weeks) with:
1    cup    Extra Light DME (Priming)
That has been boiled for 10 minutes in 2 cups of water.  Let prime at
70F for
approximately 3 weeks until carbonated, then store at cellar
temperature.

Mini-Mash Method:
Mash 2 lbs. 2-row Pale Malt with the specialty grains at 150F for 90
minutes.
Then follow the above extract recipe omitting 2 lbs. Light
DME at the beginning
of the boil.

All Grain Method:
Mash 9 lbs. 2-row Pale Malt, 12 oz. Dextrin Malt and the specialty
grains at
151F for 90 minutes.  Add 6.3 HBU (16% less than the extract
recipe) of
bittering hops for 90 minutes of the boil.  Add the Flavor
Hops and Irish Moss
as indicated by the extract recipe.

Good luck,
Wild


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