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Old 05-03-2009, 06:25 AM   #141
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Five gallons of "May Wii Hefa Wizen" is on the boil right now. My own partial mash recipe.

Gearing up for some warmer Oregon days....if they'll ever get here!

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Old 05-03-2009, 02:58 PM   #142
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Brewed an AG RIS this weekend, ended up with a 1.106 OG and 102 ibu's.

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Old 05-03-2009, 11:50 PM   #143
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Just finished brewing my premium style lager. AG, with pils, 2-row and a little flaked wheat, Saaz and S-23, 1.055 OG.

Cleaned up the mess, it's Miller Time.

NOT.

It's "Hefe Time"!

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Old 05-04-2009, 01:30 AM   #144
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Brewed 5 gallons of a slightly adjusted BigKahuna's Pirate Ale. I used 7# DME instead of 7.5# LME and used crystal 90. I'm calling it "Rainy Day Rum Beer" cause it was an overall very wet day in the Garden State today.

7lbs Dark DME
½# Roasted Barley grain
3/4# Black Patent Malt
½# Crystal 90 Malt
½# Torified Wheat

1 1/2 oz Northern Boiling Hops

Steeped grains for 30 minutes @ 165-168F, Looked real nice. Coloring was dark with a reddish overtone to it. Boiled for about 75 minutes (was multi-tasking). Pitched Safale US-05 for the first time. Seems to be happy, already starting to form krausen. I will rack onto coconut after about 3 weeks or so.
I'm thinking I'll use Appleton rum, but maybe Sailor Jerry's for a little extra kick. I measured my gravity, but was sidetracked and hadn't mixed in the top off water so it was an inaccurate reading. I'm over it though. All in all a relaxed brew day that was mostly smooth. Up next: BierMuncher's Blue Balls Belgian Wit PM for a quick turnaround spring brew!

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Old 05-04-2009, 03:18 AM   #145
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I brewed 5 gallons of IPA. About 15-20 of us from the local club had a big party and all brewed. It was a lot of fun, great food, GREAT beer, and a wonderful learning experience getting to see how everyone's techniques differed.

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Old 05-04-2009, 12:25 PM   #146
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"Eh, Rye Not", brew was smoothest/best brew day to date. Drank several 22oz "samples" from my fresh keg of BM's Black pepper Wit (which is being made again soon) then had a buddy pick me up (no way I was figuring out a door lock let a lone a gas pedal) and off we went for some Disc Golf. Friggin Great Saturday.

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Old 05-04-2009, 02:05 PM   #147
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10 gal of Oktoberfest yesterday. The gravity was four points off which can be attributed to a failure in my mill hopper and losing about 1 lb of malt to the very dirty basement floor. I really need to clean up the area under my mill. Other than that it went smoothly.

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"Eh, Rye Not", brew was smoothest/best brew day to date. Drank several 22oz "samples" from my fresh keg of BM's Black pepper Wit (which is being made again soon) then had a buddy pick me up (no way I was figuring out a door lock let a lone a gas pedal) and off we went for some Disc Golf. Friggin Great Saturday.
I took a few samples of that Wit too. Pretty darn good for being less than 3 weeks old. I had the pressure at 18psi and I am going to turn it down, it is getting close to tasting like soda that high. I have read on here about having Wit at a higher psi but not sure if I am a fan of that.
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Old 05-04-2009, 02:35 PM   #149
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Marathon Saison brew yesterday... 10 gallons in a sanke fermenting like MAD this morning!

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Old 05-06-2009, 02:02 PM   #150
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I'll be mixing up the EdWort's Apfelwein that I wasn't able to do last weekend. Bottling an American Pale Ale which I have high hopes for and brewing a Belgian White.

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