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Old 05-30-2012, 07:20 PM   #1011
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Exactly how mine is..... The only beer she will drink at all Is sours. Have you and her tried rodenbach grand cru? My swmbo loves it.

Speaking of sours does anyone have a tried and true Flanders or Berliner weisse recipe?
I have not. Sadly I have been holding back on buying more of the sours because every time she tries one she asks me to brew it... haha Takes too much real estate up to do more that every once in a while. Will put that on the list though.
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Old 05-30-2012, 07:42 PM   #1012
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So, while chilling my Oktoberfest, my immersion chiller opened up in my kettle. My first lager. Such a disappointment (has to edit that part). So am hoping I can save it... Placed it in the fermentation chamber and waiting for it to cool down a little more, then I will pitch the yeast starter. Ended up with 6.5 gallons of whatever at 1.045. Was supposed to be 1.059 at 5.5 gallons

Time for another drink. W

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Old 05-30-2012, 07:54 PM   #1013
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So, while chilling my Oktoberfest, my immersion chiller opened up in my kettle. My first lager. Such a disappointment (has to edit that part). So am hoping I can save it... Placed it in the fermentation chamber and waiting for it to cool down a little more, then I will pitch the yeast starter. Ended up with 6.5 gallons of whatever at 1.045. Was supposed to be 1.059 at 5.5 gallons

Time for another drink. W
ugh! I know that feeling. You could take a gallon off and boil it down to nearly nothing (or a half or so) and pour back in. Since it is a lager it shouldn't hugely impact your bittering (assume your hops were at 60 minutes only?). But you may as well just roll with it and have an extra gallon of beer.

My Torpedo is now actually a 150 minute IPA... I wasn't paying attention and oversparged. So I decided to just boil it down to my preboil volume then resume, about 150 minute total in boil time haha. Will see how it turns out.
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Old 05-31-2012, 03:01 AM   #1014
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GRAIN IS IN AND COUNTED!



All bags were accounted for, all grain splits were completed by Cidah and his buddy. All hops were split by TwoGunz and myself. Took alittle over 5 hours to count, sort, split, mark, and stack. Its not easy measuring out 220 1lb baggies of hops lol.

We are all set for THIS SATURDAY'S PICKUP. Pickup is from 10:15-12NOON June 2nd. Pull around to the NORTH side of the building (the right side if you are looking at the front door). We will load directly out the side door into your car/truck.
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Old 05-31-2012, 11:59 AM   #1015
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Love that picture Jeff!

A couple things:
1. Please double check your order when you get it, make sure you got the right stuff an no one extras!
2. Make sure you grab the "right" Brian bags
3. Your pickup will be staged in three piles or so (2row pallet; Hops bag/box; splits).

PLEASE RESPOND ASAP

We need to clear the warehouse ASAP so it does not obstruct the business activities at Busch Products. PLEASE RESPOND TO THE THREAD OR TO ME DIRECTLY ABOUT PICKUP. We need to know who will be picking up SAT for 100% sure - Let me know your intentions.

Picking up Saturday:

Drmark50 - Need verification of pickup


bierhaus15 - Sat (hops, second person to grab the grain)
gcdowd - Sat
wheadman66 - Sat (twogunz picking up)
Racin_NY - Sat
Strecker25 - Sat
jdowling - Sat

DBush20 - Sat (self)
Cgondoli1 - Sat (self, CBK and Smashing)
CBK - Sat (cgondoli1 picking up)
Smashing - Sat (cgondoli1 picking up)

DannSchuler - Sat or sooner (self)
BryanJ - Sat (also erikrocks)
erikrocks - Sat (Bryanj)
t-booneyay - Sat (westos father)
Westo2 - Sat (westos father)

bellinmi88 - Sat (Brother Nick)
brian4508 - Sat (self)

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Picked up Already:
Jeffb418
twogunz
CidahMastah
Rustbucket - at my house []
Copyright - at my house [maybe saturday]
Mparsons - at my house [picking up tonight]



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HOP ALPHA ACIDS
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HU-90CLM Columbus - 11.1%
HU-90MTH Mt Hood - 6.1%
HU-90GSZ Saaz - 3.4%
HU-90GMG Magnum - 14.5%
HU-90EKG East Kent Golding - 4.8%
HU-90CAS Cascade - 5.9%
HU-90CTP Centennial Type - 9.7%
HU-90FGL Fuggle - 5.3%
HU-90WLT Willamette - 5.0%
HU-90TNG Tettnang - 6.1%
HU-90NBR Northern Brewer - 8.6%
HU-90GPR Perle - 7.5%
HU-90WAR Warrior - 16%
HU-90MTF Mittlefruh (Hallertauer) - 4.5%
HU-90SMT Summit - 17.9%
HU‐90STG Styrian Golding - 4%

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rustbucket $93.23 92 [$1.23]

Cgondoli1 $189.69 204

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Awesome - very excited to get this order to the house.

I finally got around to buying beersmith - so last night I went through and inventoried everything that I have on hand and got the program all set up.

Now just waiting on this stuff and I'll be going on 4 lagers in 3 days. I figure if I've got to set my fermentation chamber down for 2 months, I may as well fill it.

Thanks for all your effort guys! It had to be pretty cool seeing that many hops all together.

Cidah - I replied to Jeff's email this morning, but my father will be picking up during the specified time period for myself and T-Booneyay.

Also - for the next order, are we able to order bottle caps from them? I saw that they have them listed in a qty of 10,000 - I figure that would last me for years.

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My brother Nick will be picking up for me Sat.

If he can come early (today or tomorrow) do I need to arrange that ahead of time?

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Old 05-31-2012, 12:14 PM   #1018
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I will be there Saturday!

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Old 05-31-2012, 12:19 PM   #1019
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Westo - Not sure on the bottle caps. I think I recall them not being available based on a previous posting from another buy. However we can always ask (remind me).

I know waterloo container sells caps too, worst case I bet you could get a great deal from them, particularly if you can pick them up on site (they do ship). They also have SUPER cheap 12 and 22oz beer bottles, wine and champagne bottles and carboys.


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Old 05-31-2012, 12:54 PM   #1020
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Cgondoli1 is picking up for me. Am pretty sure he will be picking up for Smashing as well.

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