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Old 01-01-2011, 06:26 AM   #1
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Default How many gallons of homebrew in 2011?

so its 2:24 am. eastern time. how many gallons of home brew (BEER) for 2011? this does not included: mead, cider, soda, or anything that is not included in the description of beer.

Plus do not post what you are going to be brewing until you have brewed it.

As well as last years brews that are already in process before the stroke of midnight do not count. example brew in primary, secondary, aging, or in keg. they only count if you were actually in the process of creating wort at that time or after.

Edit: Please add your totals with the previous posters overall totals to the total amount and post



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Old 01-01-2011, 06:54 AM   #2
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drunken or brewed?



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none yet.

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next year, I want to be brewing as the new year comes. And give my beautiful SWMBO a kiss of course

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Old 01-01-2011, 12:55 PM   #5
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so its 2:24 am. eastern time. how many gallons of brew?
Rust Bucket...just North of you about an hour...currently brewing 5 gallons of Raspberry Wheat, a staple in our kegs....first batch of the Brew Year....its boiling now about to add the hops at the 45 minute mark!

Last Brew of 2010 was yesterday afternoon....Caribou Slobber Brown....

Soon hope to be brewing on my eHERMS system...more to follow all the best in 2011!!!!
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I have 5 gallons of Alpine ale planned for as soon as I get home.

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Same as 2010, just mark me down for 200g.

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Brewing a Ruination Clone today!

210 +5=

215g

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5 gal. of a Belgian Pale Ale today.

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Just found the answer to my own question in the older thread



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