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Old 07-30-2014, 02:26 AM   #1
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well I have a problem I just emptied another keg I have 4 empty 1 half full and 2 batches fermenting, I have a October fest getting brewd on the 9th of September and that weekend I have off from work so I am thinking about brewing another that weekend too.. what would be a good brew going into the fall season... no I do not want a pumpkin beer.... I hate them!!!!... that is one of the 2 beers I do not like the other is a guiness import extra stout.. other than them too... give me ideas please.... I prefer northern brewer recipies but I will order from Austin and more beer and I am aslo game for homemade recipies bring it on please

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Old 07-30-2014, 06:49 AM   #2
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Where do you live? Weather sorta dictates my brewing schedule. I dont like barleywines and RIS in July when it is 100 outside and I'm not a fan of saisons when it is 40 outside.

Without knowing where you live I'd say a double IPA. Something like Pliny or palate wrecker. But I have experienced the famous lupulin threshold shift...

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Old 07-30-2014, 06:51 AM   #3
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NB has John Palmer's Elevenses kit/recipe, the Private Rye, Bourbon Barrel Porter, and they have some winter spiced beer kits/recipes. All would be great choices.

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Old 07-30-2014, 10:18 PM   #4
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Not a kit, Denny Conn's #304 Rochefort 8 from this thread:

http://forum.northernbrewer.com/view...hp?f=5&t=84549

Note, there's a post somewhere where Denny states the candi syrup he uses for this is D2 (darker than the 80 SRM listed in the recipe).

Careful with the CaCO3 (chalk) addition listed in the recipe. Your water may be very different than his and not need this.

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Old 07-31-2014, 04:45 AM   #5
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well after my better half read the northern brewer magazine she thinks the megalodon imperial red ale sounds good... I have been wanting a hoppy beer and it looks like it would be mildly hoppy with 6 ounces. I have also been wanting to do a high gravity all grain and this one is at the 1090 level so it looks like I am placing the order as soon as I get this typed haha.. cheers and ill try and remember to let you know how it turns out since this is a new kit to northern!

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I agree with above. Although unusually brew my barley wines and ris type beers in the summer. That way they will be nice and conditioned come winter


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This is a 6 week beer so perfect let it condition a little more

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