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Old 06-16-2013, 02:03 PM   #41
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Amazing, love the process and your brewing style.

Will definitely look into said cantillon article for more detailed turbine mash descriptions.
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Old 06-16-2013, 06:07 PM   #42
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There it is. Thanks Mr. Chunk. This is also a great book:
Jean-Xavier Guinard, Lambic (Brewers Publications, Boulder, Colorado, 1990)

It is out of print but some say there is an electronic version of it somewhere online.

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There it is. Thanks Mr. Chunk. This is also a great book:
Jean-Xavier Guinard, Lambic (Brewers Publications, Boulder, Colorado, 1990)

It is out of print but some say there is an electronic version of it somewhere online.
Not a problem. And Lambic is an awesome book. The new Geuze & Kriek by Jef Van den Steen is another great book - albeit more about the history of the drink and the makers of said drink.
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There it is. Thanks Mr. Chunk. This is also a great book:
Jean-Xavier Guinard, Lambic (Brewers Publications, Boulder, Colorado, 1990)

It is out of print but some say there is an electronic version of it somewhere online.
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f127/tho...c-book-387629/
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Old 06-17-2013, 11:15 PM   #46
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Great set up. Love the pictures of the barrel with the blow off tube in action. I think all that hard work will truly be rewarded.

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Thanks for posting the link, I'm bad at saving links... Geuze & Kriek is definitely more of a coffee table book, I'll second that. The photos are like porn, but the explanation of the process is not what I was hoping. For anyone wanting to try any of these methods - GO FOR IT! What's the worst that can happen? You're out $12? Without having to buy hops or yeast, it makes for a cheap brew! Just need more space... always more space...

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Wow. what a day. just did the it all again. will post in a new thread to make sure differences are noted.

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Its been 9 months, and like a baby, its time to try some.

Tastes great. No off flavors to speak of, lots of lactic. Still young. Bottled some with minimal sugar, and then sampled some with a brewpal and scored on BJCP sheet. 40-ish region. Might enter in AHA Comp if I get a chance. Truly an exceptional young lambic. Can't wait for later!

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Update: This just won our local club competition. Woohoo!

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