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Old 12-28-2011, 09:45 PM   #1
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Default First triple brew day

Since I've been slacking a lot lately, I decided to crank it up a notch today.

I've done a couple of doubles before, but today was the first time I decided to go for 3. A little strategic planning and 7.5 hours later, I have a batch of Centennial Blonde, Porter, and an IPA in the primary.

I also Kegged my take on the 8-8-8 RIS that has been in secondary for 16 months (brewed 7-8-10) and dryhopped my 9-9-9 american barleywine in secondary for 14 months (brewed 10-16-10). I will carbonate in the keg and then transfer to bottles.

Exhausting day, but worth it.

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Old 12-28-2011, 10:37 PM   #2
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nice!

i might try to do a double this weekend, but a triple just sounds exhausting!

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Old 12-28-2011, 10:38 PM   #3
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Wow, great job. Never done that, but lots of doubles.

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Sounds like a great day of success! I would love to do a triple brewday, I currently do 10g batches, I might have to buy more fermenters

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7.5 hours to do 3? that's pretty good.

i just did a parti-gyle RIS, 1.102 and 1.045 small stout. took me damn near 7 and I had help.

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Well done!
Done some doubles, but I'm afraid a triple brew day would almost seem like work.

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Since I've been slacking a lot lately, I decided to crank it up a notch today.

I've done a couple of doubles before, but today was the first time I decided to go for 3. A little strategic planning and 7.5 hours later, I have a batch of Centennial Blonde, Porter, and an IPA in the primary.

I also Kegged my take on the 8-8-8 RIS that has been in secondary for 16 months (brewed 7-8-10) and dryhopped my 9-9-9 american barleywine in secondary for 14 months (brewed 10-16-10). I will carbonate in the keg and then transfer to bottles.

Exhausting day, but worth it.
So you brewed 3 beers, kegged another and dryhopped a third? Kudos, I'm not sure I'd get through that in a 24 hour day, certainly not whilst drinking homebrew
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