White stuff in the bottom of primary!!!!!
Lol, I never get tired of that. Yes there is yeast in my primary. There is also hop residue on the outside of my fermenter. Very sloppy! So should I be surprised that there is a black cloud of God knows what in the top of my carboy?
I decided to experiment with the last bit of wort left in my mash tun. Why not? it's free, and I had a free carboy. I dumped the leftovers from my Helles Munich lager into the carboy, a couple of pounds of cane sugar, and topped it up. White Labs Irish Ale yeast.
After several days and a little thought, I decided that there were nowhere near enough grains in that batch. So, I dumped a completely carbonated and aged imperial stout (my "Dave's") into the carboy. It is so potent it may up the abv a little and it sure changed the color. The whole thing is now a dark, dark brown.
It just may be drinkable.
BOTTLED: "Route 66 IPA" 7% ABV, "Dave's Imperial Stout" 12% ABV , "Spider Imperial Stout" 9%ABV , "Mutt Irish Ale" 7% ABV, "Sorta Sierra" IPA's 4.4% ABV, "Habanero Ales" 5.5% ABV, "Pumpkin Seed Ale" 5.5% ABV , "Marzen" Lager, "Step child Ale",
PRIMARies: "Caramel Amber" , "Black Porter"
SECONDARIES:1 :"Miller Ale"
On DECK: Another Russian Stout
Last edited by cheezydemon; 12-10-2007 at 04:56 PM.