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Old 11-27-2012, 10:20 AM   #851
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This is our first batch, around 1 gallon in two separated glass carboys, of what was supposed to be an IPA. It will end like something near a Stout due to a misunderstood between toasted and roasted barley at the brewshop. It bubbled nicely during the fermentation and a vigorous kraeusen was formed. But at a certain point we realised that we had lots of white spots in the inner wall of the carboy but nothing in the wort. Now the kraeusen is disappearing and we plan to bottle in a couple of days. Do you think it is an infection? Maybe only a glass infection? Or just the newbie's paranoid? Here you have the spots' pics:



The wort looks fine to me. What do you think?



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Old 11-28-2012, 07:54 PM   #852
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Old 12-01-2012, 03:41 AM   #853
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My 8 gallon canning pot I use for open pit brewing. I guess I "forgot" to clean this one after the last batch of Porter. Something came to visit and got frozen in mid life! Kind of awesome. This looks like dry ice smoke bubbling up, but it's absolutely locked in ice, bubbles fuzz and all!







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Old 12-01-2012, 04:02 AM   #854
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My 8 gallon canning pot I use for open pit brewing. I guess I "forgot" to clean this one after the last batch of Porter. Something came to visit and got frozen in mid life! Kind of awesome. This looks like dry ice smoke bubbling up, but it's absolutely locked in ice, bubbles fuzz and all!
And we have our winner

That's just...well......really cool
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Open pit brewing? Um... awesome!

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Primitive and awesome as all hell

You aren't a Druid by any chance, are you?
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Here you are the spots' pics:





And the beer's pics:


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You aren't a Druid by any chance, are you?
Thanks! It was driven primarily by the need to get off the kitchen stove. According to a former coworker, I am "part wizard".

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