I thought I'd post one final time on this. The beer finished at 1.004 with the bread yeast. It was pretty much finished in 4 days. The beer was able to sit in the bottles for about 3 weeks before my uncle came to town. My dad and uncle were really excited to try it and were glad to see I had it made in time for the get together. My uncle, dad, and brother-in-law loved it! They are all huge Busch Light and Bud Light drinkers and this is the first beer I've made that any of them really liked. Funny, this is one of the only beers I've made that I didn't like that much. I also had the opportunity to learn that my brother-in-law can't really hold his homebrew as this stuff knocked him on his butt!
I wanted to thank everyone that pushed me to stick to the original recipe. The beer brought back many stories from my uncle and dad. My uncle also showed me that traditionally, they drank the beer after pouring a little salt into the glass. It definitely changed the flavor. I'm not exactly sure why they added the salt.
Also, the recipe didn't turn out to be my grandpa's. It was my great grandpa's recipe. My grandpa had it for decades before handing it over to my uncle. Interesting to hear how much history can be tied to one old recipe.