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Old 03-25-2013, 03:02 PM   #181
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I've also been trying to source some 1+g glass containers (pickle jars, old carlo rossi wine jugs, anything) for small-batches brewed on the stove-top.
Tre, I've got a 1 gallon glass jar you can have (stopper and airlock fit them), and I have a friend that has 3 more possibly. Would you want all 4 if I can get them for you?
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Old 03-26-2013, 01:04 AM   #182
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Hey guys,

I have a Wyeast German Wheat pack on hand. I already smacked the pack but used something else in my brew...

I'm looking for suggestions on what to make with it. I have some maris otter ground up and would like to use it up. I also have as much wheat,2 row, and pale ale to use. Also about 12oz crystal 20L, a few ounces of roasted barley. plenty of kent goldings, 1 oz saaz.

I am going to make something with what is on hand. Any suggestions before I make a frankenstein beir?

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Old 03-26-2013, 05:34 PM   #183
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Hey guys,

I have a Wyeast German Wheat pack on hand. I already smacked the pack but used something else in my brew...

I'm looking for suggestions on what to make with it. I have some maris otter ground up and would like to use it up. I also have as much wheat,2 row, and pale ale to use. Also about 12oz crystal 20L, a few ounces of roasted barley. plenty of kent goldings, 1 oz saaz.

I am going to make something with what is on hand. Any suggestions before I make a frankenstein beir?
Make a wheat beer, bitter with goldings, then a 10M saaz addition. Get to about 15 IBUs. Just 2-row and some wheat. That's my suggestion. OG around 1.045, sessionable.

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6lbs. 2-row
4lbs. wheat
handful of rice hulls.

mash 153

KG 1oz at 60 (or FWH)
Saaz 1oz at 10 (might continuous hop this from 10 to 5)

ferment to stable FG in the high 60's, then bottle/keg. Enjoy.
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Open log Fermenting and gas-can secondary?? I am planning my next brew right now!!
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Old 03-26-2013, 05:40 PM   #184
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Tre, I've got a 1 gallon glass jar you can have (stopper and airlock fit them), and I have a friend that has 3 more possibly. Would you want all 4 if I can get them for you?
YES! That would get me started on small batch brewing! Thanks man!
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Old 03-26-2013, 09:14 PM   #185
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Make a wheat beer, bitter with goldings, then a 10M saaz addition. Get to about 15 IBUs. Just 2-row and some wheat. That's my suggestion. OG around 1.045, sessionable.

Thanks for the input. I'm looking forward to brewing after work! This will make it 25 gallons of various brews in carboys. Two ready to bottle. Oh the variety!

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Old 03-27-2013, 01:23 AM   #186
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YES! That would get me started on small batch brewing! Thanks man!
Consider it done, I already have two of them at my house. Talked to my friend who I brewed the cider with, and he still has the other two. Once I get the other two I will save them until you can stop by for a beer and grab them.
I'm saving one for myself for yeast starters. BTW, cider is so easy to make.
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Old 03-27-2013, 04:19 PM   #187
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Consider it done, I already have two of them at my house. Talked to my friend who I brewed the cider with, and he still has the other two. Once I get the other two I will save them until you can stop by for a beer and grab them.
I'm saving one for myself for yeast starters. BTW, cider is so easy to make.
thanks man!
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Old 03-27-2013, 06:58 PM   #188
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Hey, fellow SE Neb group buy homebrewers...
I have a bunch of Centennial Hop rhizomes being shipped in fresh sometime next week.
I'm not looking to get rich on this, just looking to cover expenses and shipping.
I'll be selling them for $2.00 a rhizome.
Here's a chance to screen off your dog run or block your nosey neighbor's view of your hot tub.
Let me know with a PM if you're interested and how many you want.
First come, first served.
Cheers,
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Hey, fellow SE Neb group buy homebrewers...
I have a bunch of Centennial Hop rhizomes being shipped in fresh sometime next week.
I'm not looking to get rich on this, just looking to cover expenses and shipping.
I'll be selling them for $2.00 a rhizome.
Here's a chance to screen off your dog run or block your nosey neighbor's view of your hot tub.
Let me know with a PM if you're interested and how many you want.
First come, first served.
Cheers,
Keith
Anyone know or have any experience moving hops after they've been growing? I've been waiting to start growing hops until I purchase a house. It's getting harder and harder to wait though, especially seeing posts like these!
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Old 03-27-2013, 09:36 PM   #190
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I know nothing about growing hops, but I'd like to. Not sure I can keep the kids/dog out of them, but I'd sure try I guess. Best I could do is behind my garage. It's tight back there, maybe 5 or 6' between fence and garage, but I guess I could string up a few cables from ground to top of garage? Not sure if they'd be very long, maybe 10' high?

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