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Old 04-25-2013, 12:30 PM   #801
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Got a Czech Budvar Clone in the lagering chamber and a Sam Adams Summer Ale Clone in primary.

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Old 04-25-2013, 01:31 PM   #802
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Just tried the SA summer ale the other day. Pretty good,but tastes a lot like a shandy to me...

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Old 04-26-2013, 06:26 AM   #803
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My taps are dry.
There is 10 gal of Dubbel in the fermentor but I'll give it 3 weeks before bottling and kegging.. can't wait to taste it.

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Ii'll be ale to keg 5 gallons of my "All About the Chin" Chinook IPA, dry hopped with Chinook and Simcoe. Very excited to see how this one is going to turn out.

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I have 5 gallons of Strawberry Skeeter Pee happily bubbling away right now.

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Old 05-02-2013, 05:22 PM   #806
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I have a little less than 5 gallons of Real Ale Firemans 4 clone. My first all grain brew.

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Old 05-02-2013, 07:15 PM   #807
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Nothing. But last night I kegged 10 gallons of a Little Sumpin' Sumpin' clone that had been in carboys for 9 months!

I got into a vicious cycle of "I'll brew/keg next weekend" and hadn't even checked the chest freezer for at least 6 months. It was set at 41 degrees and there were no visible signs of infection, so I decided not to dump it. The uncarbonated samples tasted pretty good, although they may need another round of dry hopping in the keg.

I've purchased a lot of new equipment over the last few weeks and hope to get back in the swing as soon as I get my garage cleaned out and build some shelves to store my brewing equipment. <-- More procrastinating.

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Well one 5 gal has air another 1 gal has air.

One 5 gal has 100 Year War IPA (dry hopping)
One 5 gal has my (unnamed) Pale Ale
My 2.5 gal still has wine goin for SWMBO

Gonna go to my parents tomorrow and rack the wine there into secondary and take back my 8 gal fermenter so I can do my Xmas time Andy's Mint Chocolate Stout to get ready for the holidays.

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Just dawned on me I burned up my drill last brew. Need to replace it so I can brew tomorrow and sat. So if I find a new drill in time it will be an ipa or pale ale and who knows what else. Might as well do 10 gal batches too.

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Just dawned on me I burned up my drill last brew. Need to replace it so I can brew tomorrow and sat. So if I find a new drill in time it will be an ipa or pale ale and who knows what else. Might as well do 10 gal batches too.
Or be a man and hand crank haha
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