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Old 12-04-2010, 05:50 PM   #1
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Anybody brewing this beautifull saturday afternoon?

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I just doughed in for my Belgian Breet PA. I have been having prolems with my efficiency. I beleive it was my PH. I just added a few drop of Phosphoric acid and it brougt it right down to 5.2


My water is extremly soft, has a PH of 7.6

I'm excited. this will be my 23rd batch in 15 months.

Hoppy Brewing.

Josh Hops

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Old 12-04-2010, 05:57 PM   #2
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Got roped into working today. Going to be brewing for the first time in over a year tomorrow.

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Old 12-04-2010, 06:05 PM   #3
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Got roped into working today. Going to be brewing for the first time in over a year tomorrow.
That is no bueno. I took today off from the supply store to brew and relax.

FIOrst time in over a year? What are you brewing? Ag or extract?
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Old 12-04-2010, 06:07 PM   #4
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I might brew a red ale when I'm done painting the house.

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I might brew a red ale when I'm done painting the house.
I love red ales. Brewed a Razzle Dazzle Red. Yummy in me tummy. are you painting the outside of your house?
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I was planning on Brewing tomorrow Morning, Mashing in at 0600 hrs., but I was just outside and Man O' Man is it niiiiice.

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brewin right now. just dumped a bucket full of snow into my strike water.

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Was your strike water too hot? or did it for s's and g's? I'm chilling my wort as we speak. I'm sad, I want to brew another batch with all of this time left in the day. But I suppose I have two batches to bottle. but not nearly as enjoyable. Guess I will have another brew to ponder the situation....

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I love red ales. Brewed a Razzle Dazzle Red. Yummy in me tummy. are you painting the outside of your house?
Hell no, it just snowed 4 inches. lol. I've been re-painting the kitchen and dining area for the last couple days. Looks like I'll be brewing tomorrow though.
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Brewing my third all-grain right now! I assume it's going well, but I don't know for sure. My first two are still in primary right now! My first 7 or 8 batches were extract, then I did a couple of partial mashes and it was much easier than I expected so I jumped up to all grain. But I'm brewing on an electric stove so I can only do half batches

Anyway, the one I'm brewing right now is a Captain Crunch ESB Should be a lot of fun! After this I'll have these three brews waiting while I finish up the three that are already in my kegerator. Next weekend I'm planning to do a 2.5 gallon all-grain barley wine to be bottled. It should be fun to have something to just sit on a shelf in a closet for a year or so! I hear it may be difficult to get a decent efficiency with such a strong brew, but I guess I'll just wait and see how things go!

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