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Old 05-20-2013, 04:56 PM   #1
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What's everyone's "brew streak" mine has been 4 days in a row brew at least one beer a day.. An I had good variate. Wheat hefen, Belgian golden strong, pale ale, and a chocolate stout. CHEERS!

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Old 05-20-2013, 04:57 PM   #2
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I did two PM brews in less than a week. But at my age/condition,that's pretty good.

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Old 05-20-2013, 04:59 PM   #3
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Nice! I have done 2 in a day an it's a lot of work! An I'm still young dumb an full of cum so I hear ya!

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I was young dumb & full of that once upon a time,late highschoolzoic era. But I have even bottled & brewed in one day before. It def was a good kinda tired...but two full fermenters was a nice sight next to the comp hutch.

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I'm currently at 46 weeks straight of at least 5.5 gallons per batch. I brew every Saturday with my brew partner. We've done some double brew days as well as 10 gallon batches. We're kind of addicted.

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I'm currently at 46 weeks straight of at least 5.5 gallons per batch. I brew every Saturday with my brew partner. We've done some double brew days as well as 10 gallon batches. We're kind of addicted.
"Kind of"?!?! Haha. That is impressive! Who drinks all of that beer?
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I think my best streak was 40gal (2x5gal batches, 3x10gal batches) in 5 days last spring.

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"Kind of"?!?! Haha. That is impressive! Who drinks all of that beer?
I want to know this as well. That's a lot of beer!
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"Kind of"?!?! Haha. That is impressive! Who drinks all of that beer?
We usually split our batch amongst 12 bombers(which we drink), and the rest goes into 12 oz bottles that we give out to friends, family, and co-workers.

We are currently in the process of finding a location for our 3 bbl brewery. So, a majority of our batches are experiments to figure out our flagship beers, which is why we brew so often. We've basically nailed those down already, so at this point it's just more R & D for the future.
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20 gallons in 2 days is about the best run so far.

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