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Old 02-27-2006, 05:38 PM   #1
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how long does it take to complete a batch of oatmeal stout and weizenbock? i'm interested in brewing these but am crunched on time, and dont want to move them while they are in the primary/secondary. how long does it take to finish one of these styles from brewing, fermenting, secondary, bottles, to drinking?

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Old 02-27-2006, 05:42 PM   #2
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i dont know about the bock, but for a stout you can have it bottled in 3 weeks, or less. (at least 3-4 days in the primary, 2 weeks in the secondary) another 2 weeks in the bottle, but they can be transported by then...

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This sounds familiar...didn't you just ask this in another thread?

I recommend at least 6 weeks from brew to drinking. More is usually better.

As Ivan said, you could have it bottled in as little as 3 weeks, but, again, waiting longer in the secondary would be better.

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This sounds familiar...didn't you just ask this in another thread?

I recommend at least 6 weeks from brew to drinking. More is usually better.

As Ivan said, you could have it bottled in as little as 3 weeks, but, again, waiting longer in the secondary would be better.
yeah, sorry for double posting... the other post got pushed back quite a bit, and maybe wasnt in the right thread. also, didn't really get a hard answer on how much time it takes from anyone who has brewed these particular styles. i appreciate all the input tho. thanks guys!
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yeah, sorry for double posting... the other post got pushed back quite a bit, and maybe wasnt in the right thread. also, didn't really get a hard answer on how much time it takes from anyone who has brewed these particular styles. i appreciate all the input tho. thanks guys!
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