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BierMuncher 08-25-2007 03:26 AM

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An LHBS with only 1 oz. of Cascade. Sheesh. I would never run out of Cascade if I ran a LHBS. Then again, I'm not and I have several pounds of the stuff.

Still, pretty pathetic HBS.
You're up on me. Only one pound on hand right now....

That'll change tomorrow though, got about 6 Oz's spoken for in my Maltese Falcon on deck for tomorrow.

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profarm 01-16-2009 11:05 PM

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I am drinking some right now, it was kegged then bottled from the keg. It's kind of bitter at first drink but gets better as i consume more...That's the wifes Captian and coke in the background


ReeseAllen 10-21-2009 05:16 AM

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My first all-grain, a week in the bottle and it tastes great! Looks like a pretty dead-on 5 SRM, too.


mattmauriello 09-03-2010 09:28 PM

ferments fast.....
 
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yeah, it does. came home to find my fermenter lid blown clean off. first time I've ever had krausen reach the lid of 7 gallon ale pail

edit: sorry the picture is rotated. you get the idea.


Toecutter 04-03-2011 03:35 AM

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3rd glass tonight. hopelessly addicting


Canadabrew 04-13-2011 12:20 AM

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So I made this as my first all grain and I think it went pretty well. It's 9 days since I brewed and I still have a little fermentation going on, the temp is in the low 60's. There is still some krausen on top which with the kits I've done would have gone already. Its a little patchy as well, is this normal? Please can you take a look at my pics and provide feedback.


Canadabrew 04-13-2011 12:20 AM

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So I made this as my first all grain and I think it went pretty well. It's 9 days since I brewed and I still have a little fermentation going on, the temp is in the low 60's. There is still some krausen on top which with the kits I've done would have gone already. Its a little patchy as well, is this normal? Please can you take a look at my pics and provide feedback.


finch138 04-22-2011 11:52 PM

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I tried this last month as my first ever partial mash. I got a little high on the mash temp 175ish and probably scorched the grains a little but it still taste fine, kind of like an IPA. Anyway my problem is after 3 weeks of bottle conditioning the three beers I've opened are all flat. I used 5 oz of priming sugar. It also turned out really dark. any idea what happened? Also would it be a bad idea to dump the rest of the beer into my keg and force carb?


subwyking 05-25-2011 12:03 AM

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My first Haus Pale ale. A little less hoppy than I prefer, but this beer is fantastic. It will be a hit this weekend. Hats off to you Ed.


america 06-19-2011 10:17 PM

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Brewed this last friday and just added a couple blood oranges to a gallon of it to see how that turns out... This recipe was my first all grain batch and it was so easy we brewed it again this saturday. Can't wait to taste it cold and carbed up.

Thanks EdWort!



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