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Old 07-15-2012, 12:33 AM   #11
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Absolutely, I'll post it all....can anyone tell me the easiest way to export a BeerSmith Recipe to xml? BeerTools has a cool button for it. I'll post the recipe, what I did and ho it turns out. I am planning to cover them loosely tomorrow with their lids.
In "My Recipes" view, select the recipe, then go to File - Export Selected, and set the "Save as type" list box to BeerXML.

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Old 07-15-2012, 01:07 AM   #12
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I admire your bravery for open fermenting like that. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to how it turns out.

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Old 07-15-2012, 01:14 AM   #13
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I admire your bravery for open fermenting like that. Thanks for sharing and looking forward to how it turns out.
It's only totally open for a day. Hopefully I won't be dumping it. In any case, I get something out of every batch. The good news is all my kegs are full right now and I have beer and cider waiting to go on tap.....
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Old 07-15-2012, 02:26 AM   #14
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I'm also looking forward to seeing the difference in the yeast. I have yet to do a Saison yet and my LHBS only carries White Labs so no 3711 for me. Looks great.

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Old 07-15-2012, 02:40 AM   #15
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Today's update. American Farmhouse Blend is running a little warmer than Saison II. It's also really cool to watch as it bubbles and fizzes.

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Open fermenting in a bathroom?

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I could watch my beers chug along all day, one of the many joys.

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Bathroom is seldom used in the basement and cleaners just cleaned there Thursday. Fermenters will be moved out today to my brew room which runs a few degrees warmer. Since I've pitched I do not think anyone has used my makeshift fermentation room for its original purpose. My typical cold box is curently busy carbonating kegs at 40F. I am out of temp-controlled space.

Now that you say that...I may have to move them. So far it's been a nearly perfect place to get fermentation started.

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Bathroom is seldom used in the basement and cleaners just cleaned there Thursday. Fermenters will be moved out today to my brew room which runs a few degrees warmer. Since I've pitched I do not think anyone has used my makeshift fermentation room for its original purpose. My typical cold box is curently busy carbonating kegs at 40F. I am out of temp-controlled space.

Now that you say that...I may have to move them. So far it's been a nearly perfect place to get fermentation started.
Yea, I do some serious juggling myself since I serve from kegs and ferment in the same chest freezer - total pain in the ass. I need to get another chest freezer or kegerator. This hobby is such a money pit.
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