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Old 04-19-2013, 11:52 PM   #1
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Default 50 Gallon Cantillon Turbid Mash ... and pizza, mostly photos.

Here we go. Big brew day. Turbid mash, 45 gallon yield, to add on to the 15 I brewed last week. You can google the process, here are the photos. See you in two years.

Ps. I have no idea where that child came from.

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Part 2. Hell of a mash.

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Throwing hops around like a boss, lots of ones from 2001 harvest. Good for lambics.
Lower down the keggle is full of Faro, the big one is the Lambic

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A few shots of the chill. This barrel previously had saison in it, a quick shot of the kegs I just filled a few days ago.

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Final chill, fill, and as promised, a pizza. Best G-D pizza you'll ever eat. I promise. I don't toot my own horn too much about stuff, but this is legit.
Where else can you find this kind of structure and crumb?

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Beer poetry in images

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That perfect crust and no cooling rack? How long before it turned to soggy crust? :-)

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An impossible outcome, given the following:
1. The stone on which said pizza cooked dried and crisped the bottom to a crunchy perfection.
2. The pizza was consumed by the brewer within 8 minutes.
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I wonder when it'll take off...

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