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Old 11-30-2006, 08:23 PM   #211
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wow I cant believe I haven't read this yet. Definitely going to make this so I have some for Christmas.

Is there any need to age once its kegged and carbonated? Or just chill, carb and serve?

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Old 11-30-2006, 09:16 PM   #212
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Ok, the wife really wanted me to make this, and now it is sitting in my brew room/fermentation room, and is stinking up the whole house with sulfur, and she's not happy about it.

I'm damned if I do, damned if I don't.
Get some air moving. I goes away after a day or two.

She'll love you after 7 weeks when you keg it and she now claims a faucet as "Her Faucet" Finger Weg!

Then again its a good thing when she claims your faucet!
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Old 11-30-2006, 09:51 PM   #213
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Get some air moving. I goes away after a day or two.

She'll love you after 7 weeks when you keg it and she now claims a faucet as "Her Faucet" Finger Weg!

Then again its a good thing when she claims your faucet!
Well, the dogs came to my rescue as far as the smell goes. . . I came home today, and they had $#it and urinated all over the floor, drowning out the sulfur smell, so my wife didn't gripe. . .of course, I had to clean all the crap up, and ended up vomiting on the floor because of the smell. . . .
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Old 12-01-2006, 01:03 AM   #214
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Reason #1 to not have indoor pets!

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Old 12-01-2006, 02:23 AM   #215
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Get some air moving. I goes away after a day or two...
Ed, aren't you supposed to be in Munich? Or are you like me, I'm supposed to be in VA but am still in AZ because of the weather! Trying again tomorrow...
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Old 12-01-2006, 04:02 PM   #216
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Ed, aren't you supposed to be in Munich? Or are you like me, I'm supposed to be in VA but am still in AZ because of the weather! Trying again tomorrow...
Yep. I'm in Munich. Did my work in Augsburg today, now working enjoying the weekend. It's almost time for dinner & Weissbier.
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Old 12-02-2006, 01:27 AM   #217
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I had my first taste of Apfelwein today as I kegged it. It was flat and warm, but MAN, did it taste GOOD! I used Ed's exact recipe and I can't wait until it carbs. I may even have to buy a new carboy so I can have this stuff around all the time because I KNOW SWMBO is gonna be a fan too.

I was thinking a ported 5 or 6 gal better bottle would be pretty nice for this stuff, any reason why I shouldn't use a port?

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I'm definately doing Ed's recipe all the way next time.

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I'm definately doing Ed's recipe all the way next time.
Yeah baby, that's the way to go. Do it right, the second time!
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I had my first taste of Apfelwein today as I kegged it. It was flat and warm, but MAN, did it taste GOOD! I used Ed's exact recipe and I can't wait until it carbs.
Ah yes Grasshopper, you understand now! This Schtuff rocks eh?
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