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Old 11-30-2012, 01:14 PM   #1231
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Just curious. Everybody is talking about what they are brewing in 1 gallon batches which is all and good. Has anybody started tasting their 1 gallon batch experiments.

Interested in learning from others. I just tasted my MO/Styrian Goldings SMaSH. Will not be doing that again. Glad it wasn't 5 gallons. Styrian Goldings has promise as a blending hop but not a stand alone hop. IMO
I've only tasted one of them that I transferred to a secondary. It was pretty good...can't wait until its ready.
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Old 11-30-2012, 01:52 PM   #1232
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Bottling my third batch tonight, first batch was awesome, second may have a couple recipe issues, but I will see next week when its carbed up if its any better. My pipeline is finally set up and full. It's a good feeling

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Old 11-30-2012, 02:02 PM   #1233
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Cracked open a Belgian blonde and a chocolate maple porter (based on BBS recipe) and I think I've finally crossed that line that defines "Meh" first homebrews and "yum" homebrews. Exciting.
I think I've also crossed that line with the BBS recipes I've made. I don't get any cranberry from the Cranberry Wheat recipe, but for a wheat beer I'm really happy with the flavor. I'll be bottling the New Year Beer this weekend and the last sample was the best flat beer I've ever had. Now if I can just develop a little patience so that by the time the beer is really ready I'll have more than three bottles left.
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Old 11-30-2012, 02:09 PM   #1234
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Patience is a killer. I want to try a 1 gallon batch so bad but I know there not ready.

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Old 11-30-2012, 02:52 PM   #1235
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I think I've also crossed that line with the BBS recipes I've made. I don't get any cranberry from the Cranberry Wheat recipe, but for a wheat beer I'm really happy with the flavor. I'll be bottling the New Year Beer this weekend and the last sample was the best flat beer I've ever had. Now if I can just develop a little patience so that by the time the beer is really ready I'll have more than three bottles left.
I have the bbs book, but have pretty much just made up my own recipes....so it probably took longer to criss the line otherwise.

For a little while, I had a batch going every week. But that's just too hard to keep up on, so in trying for a batch every other week. To catch up, I'm brewing a brown ale for my dad and a Belgian tripel this weekend. Yay beer!
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Old 11-30-2012, 04:14 PM   #1236
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Yay for cleaning carpets instead of brewing. I am using my brew pot though to heat the water for rhe cleaner. I love setting the temp and letting it hold that temp while I do what I need to do. If I finish early ill probably brew something

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Bottling my third batch tonight, first batch was awesome, second may have a couple recipe issues, but I will see next week when its carbed up if its any better. My pipeline is finally set up and full. It's a good feeling
I'm bottling tonight as well...also making a bottling bucket out of an extra 2-gallon bucket.
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Old 11-30-2012, 06:39 PM   #1238
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....My pipeline is finally set up and full. It's a good feeling
Yes it is! I have finally got a variety as well since I have been small batching. Now I have some chilling, some conditioning and 2 in primary!
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Yes it is! I have finally got a variety as well since I have been small batching. Now I have some chilling, some conditioning and 2 in primary!
The last picture...is that a plastic cookie jar used as a fermenter?
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Definitely looks like it; I want to know what the capacity is.

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