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Old 03-15-2013, 03:52 PM   #1
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Happy Friday to all...may your brews this weekend be excellent...getting ready to transfer to secondary...then a mountain bike ride. This is the beer that had a bit of a
blow out...last time I will not rig a blowoff tube...now I get to install wood floors that carpet it trashed...

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Could be worse; you could have had to try cleaning a stain off of the ceiling.

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Havin some beers tonight because tomorrow I test both batches again for FG. Need to bottle & wash the yeast for the next batch asap.

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Old 03-15-2013, 04:02 PM   #4
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Already cleaned and repainted the ceiling:/

Tasted the beer...slight sour taste so I'll see if it mellows out in secondary.

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...now I get to install wood floors that carpet it trashed...
While I'd love an excuse to install wood floors, I'm really glad I have a chest freezer to ferment in.
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Ha! My wife loves me...I get to convert half the garage to a brew facility!

Anyone here have experience with burton ale yeast (WLP023)?

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I made a Burton ale once,but didn't use the Buerton water salts I bought. Nor the Burton ale yeast. I'm going to change the AE recipe to PM,& add the Burton water salts & the WL Burton ale yeast as well. Try to get it a notch or two better this time. But the brew will be anything but cheap.
What bothers me about the Burton yeast is,among the fruity flavors it makes,it also makes a gren apple flavor. Judges might observe this as a flaw,rather than one of the yeasts' esters.

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That must be the slight sour taste I got.

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Sadly, I can't brew for another two weeks (business trip). Here's hoping you get back on the wagon soon.

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That will be me soon...have to spend a month in Houston.

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