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Old 07-16-2008, 07:30 PM   #1
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Default It's Hump Day...what are you doing brewing related?

So I've been off the actual brewing wagon for a bit...growing hops, trying to finish 3 keggles, working, then now finding a job etc. Since I've spent so much time on here, I decided to bite the bullet and do brew stuff.

Last night, I got all of the keggles ready for Mr. Tig, and today I went to Annapolis Homebrew and got 1007 German Ale yeast for our big brew day on saturday (these things are becoming regular, I like that) as well as a Munich Helles Lite kit, just because I want something to do as soon as the keggles are done.

I got dry yeast to re-pitch on my 7 month Dubbel that's still in the primary so I can bottle that, and same for my Apfelwein. I have to make starters for Saturday's Big Brew, as well as re-organize my stuff, and build a CFC.

I have a lot on my plate, who else is tinkering today/tonight?

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Old 07-16-2008, 07:32 PM   #2
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Watching Soper

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He's at the chill stage though.

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Does drinking homebrew count? How about drinking homebrew whilst playin with my balls?

Isn't that what Wednesdays are for, anyway?

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im waiting for someone to finish my keggle.......

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Does drinking homebrew count? How about drinking homebrew whilst playin with my balls?

Isn't that what Wednesdays are for, anyway?
That is an implied activity, hello? I can't wait to bottle that Dubbel, should be tastey
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That is an implied activity, hello? I can't wait to bottle that Dubbel, should be tastey
And I can't wait to try it.

What'd you ferment it with?
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im waiting for someone to finish my keggle.......
2 hours of welding for all 3 and they are done

Did I mention we drew up plans for a custom burner stand? I'm going to upgrade my turkey fryer stand...gonna be sweet
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And I can't wait to try it.

What'd you ferment it with?
I forget what I initially used, but picked up some Safele s-04...dude at LHBS said this is what I should get
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Well I have a braggot that I was thinking of bottling, then decided not to. instead its going to get kegged. But I cant keg it till I move my kegerator to my new (yep to be found) apartment.. So I was going to to bottle my apfelwein, but I think I want to keg it also but I am running out of homebrew(less then a case) so I might just bottle it tomorrow(next three days off). So I washed 3 cases of saved dirty as hell bottles. Now doing a recipe for my first lager when I get into the new apartment.

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Trying to decide on my hop schedule for the next IPA. Tough times call for creative measures.

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