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Old 01-22-2013, 05:32 AM   #541
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A hoppy wheat.

Tomorrow will have a porter in another.

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Old 01-22-2013, 06:23 AM   #542
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Just put an Irish Red Ale into the carboy with a 1.06 gravity reading. Planning on starting an all-grain (first time) milk stout within the next week or so.

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Right now I have my Red Hook ESB clone cold crashing in the fridge in primary #1 and a fresh batch of Caribou Slobber churning away nicely in primary #2. Below is a shot of the slobber.

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Old 01-22-2013, 10:52 PM   #544
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Originally Posted by ApocalypseCow
5.5 GAL OF PORTER
5.5 GAL OF LAGER
5.5 GAL OF APA 1.0
5.5 GAL 05 APA 2.0
5.5 GAL OF APA 3.0
5.5 GAL OF RAUCHBEIR

I thought building a 4 bucket fermentation chamber was going to be big enough, turns out I still have buckets fermenting in the bathroom.
I think it's like Ricardo's iron law of wages--no matter how much space you have to ferment, it's never enough. I have 58gal of fermentation vessel space, but started planning a 3BBL nano, and recently stepped my fantasy fermenters & bright tanks to 7BBL

At the moment I'm slacking, though:
10gal Sculpin clone, 5gal CAP, 10gal coffee vanilla porter, and (conditioning/aging) 5gal each of Oaked Old Ale and Tart Cherry Farmhouse Braggot.
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At the moment I'm slacking, though:
10gal Sculpin clone, 5gal CAP, 10gal coffee vanilla porter, and (conditioning/aging) 5gal each of Oaked Old Ale and Tart Cherry Farmhouse Braggot.
Do you mind sharing the Sculpin recipe? One of my absolute favorite IPAs and I've been looking for a good clone.
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Old 01-23-2013, 04:20 AM   #546
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Vanilla Porter

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lambic
lambic
lambic
cranberry lambic
orange lambic
saison
saison
sour saison
brett saison
brett pale ale
sour kvass
hibiscus sour (IO inspired)
sour stout
post pro sour
date sour
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Do I count as a fermentor? There is much in me tonight...

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10 gallons cream ale
5 gallons apfelwein
5 gallons oatmeal / raspberry stout
5 gallons raison d'etre clone
10 gallons something as of yet to be named..

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