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Homercidal 01-18-2013 09:32 PM

Guess what I found in my keg of Witbier today!!
 
NOTHING! :mad:

Nightshade 01-18-2013 09:39 PM

Just means you get to brew again :ban:

gizmodog51 01-19-2013 12:13 AM

bummer...usually i found a little trub and a troll asking for more breer between burps...... :D

fire up the brew machine!

GD:mug:

Homercidal 01-19-2013 12:24 AM

Yeah. It's time but it's cold outside! I can do 1/2 batches in gbe kitchen.

Worst was moments after the keg kicked a friend texted me to say he was cracking open the bottle I gave him last weekend.

Maybe the Rye Pale Ale in the other keg will hold me over.

schooner427 01-19-2013 12:32 AM

Yea , just got home from work and went to look for another scotch ale....its all gone.....bummer, BUT I have 5 gal aging in a carboy!

Billy-Klubb 01-19-2013 12:39 AM

got 2 Saisons going tonight. brewed both kits together & split with different yeasts. I hate that sound when a keg kicks. one reason I like to have a few "long agers" in bottles.

PhelanKA7 01-19-2013 12:40 AM

Funny you posted this. I found my witbier to be fully carbed last night and am now enjoying a delicious rendition of Randy Mosher's recipe spiced with chamomile, coriander, fresh clementine zest, and lemon grass.

MMMMMMM! SOOOOOO GOOOOD! AHHHHHHHHH! REFRESHING!

*annoyingly smacks his lips, closes his eyes, and rubs his belly*

It's ok though. I'll be in your boat probably in about a month when I have drank or given away my supply. 5 gallons is going to Winterfest here in Indy next weekend. I'm hoping the organizers stick me in a dark corner at the end of a treacherous and deadly maze filled with Minotaurs.

whitehause 01-19-2013 12:40 AM

Ahh yes....the pipline is a wonderful thing....if it keeps going. I do this all the time, mainly from getting sidetracked with another couple styles I want to brew, and neglect my favorites because I have some already. I need one more burner and 1 more keggle to start doing simultaneous double batch days.

Cajun_Tiger33 01-19-2013 03:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PhelanKA7
Funny you posted this. I found my witbier to be fully carbed last night and am now enjoying a delicious rendition of Randy Mosher's recipe spiced with chamomile, coriander, fresh clementine zest, and lemon grass.

MMMMMMM! SOOOOOO GOOOOD! AHHHHHHHHH! REFRESHING!

*annoyingly smacks his lips, closes his eyes, and rubs his belly*

It's ok though. I'll be in your boat probably in about a month when I have drank or given away my supply. 5 gallons is going to Winterfest here in Indy next weekend. I'm hoping the organizers stick me in a dark corner at the end of a treacherous and deadly maze filled with Minotaurs.

Would you be willing to send me that recipe?

SharonaZamboni 01-19-2013 01:41 PM

I was happy when my keg of Witbier was empty. It was likely the best beer I've made so far, but I just don't like the style. :(


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