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IPA/IIPA/IIIPA 21 23.33%
Barleywine 16 17.78%
Belgian Tripple 12 13.33%
Saison 19 21.11%
American Wheat 6 6.67%
Wee Heavy 11 12.22%
Pale Ale 24 26.67%
Westmale clone/Orval clone 3 3.33%
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Old 08-02-2011, 05:46 PM   #1
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Default Out of ideas.....What would you brew?

OK so I've ran into a block on brewing ideals and am reaching out to the fellow homebrewers for some input. BTW I do not have laggering capabilities at this point.

What would you brew?

Grain Inventory:
55lbs French Pilsner
55lbs American 2 row
40lbs White Weat malt
45lbs Flaked Corn
50lbs Flaked Rice
45lbs Rye malt
50lbs Vienna malt
40lbs Munich malt
16lbs Crystal 15
60lbs Golden Pale LME
55lbs 6 Row
55lbs Marris Otter
2lbs Honey Malt
5lbs Melanoiden
1lb Special B
2lbs Crystal 120
5lbs Rice hulls
There are probalby other grains, but I can't remember what they are cause I'm at work now.

Hops Inventory:
3lbs Willamette, whole
9oz Cascade, whole
4oz Amarillo, whole
1lb Hallertau, mittlefreu (spelling??)
1lb Cascade
1lb Tettanger
1lb US Golding
1lb Saaz
1lb Simcoe
8oz Sorachi Ace
3oz Centennial
2oz Magnumn
2oz Perle
2oz Styrian Golding
1oz Palisade
There are various <1oz hops that I don't remember

Yeasts Inventory:
Irish Ale
Farmhouse Ale Blend
San Diego Super Yeast x2
Brett C
Pacman
California Ale (wlp001 and 1056) $h!t ton
Biere de Garde
French Saison 3711
Dogfish Head Mystery X
Bastgone
Trappist Blend
And I'm sure there are others I'm forgetting.

I really have too high of an inventory and need to brew ASAP. The Poll is for what I enjoy to drink but have yet to brew this year. All other comments and ideas are welcome!

Cheers Native

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If I was you, I'd make some sort of Scottish 80 (or a wee heavy 90) schilling. Probably b/c I haven't done one yet and always wanted to.

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I say go big or go home: make the absolute biggest batch of beer your equipment will allow.

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simcoe and cascade pale ale.

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First things first, I hate you...... but in a I really wish I had your problem kind of way. I voted barleywine because I really like them and it should be ready for the colder months when they go down best.

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Sam is that you?

How'd you amass such a large stockpile?

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I say go big or go home: make the absolute biggest batch of beer your equipment will allow.
I can brew 10 gallons at a time, unless it's a high gravity beer like my RIS that used 26lbs of grains with an SG of 1.125 and finished a 1.020 and it's aging on port soaked oak spirals now. Then I'm limited to 5 gallons at a time.
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simcoe and cascade pale ale.
I do an all Cascade pale ale that is amesome, similar to EdWorts Haus Pale Ale. Thanks for the backbone Ed!
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Sam is that you?

How'd you amass such a large stockpile?
No it's James........Sam is out at the moment...
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Group buys are hell.
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