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Old 06-18-2009, 06:38 PM   #981
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Yep, I have the same one. I use it for 11 gallons of Saison to ferment upstairs in a hot hallway.
Ed, How hot is hot? It is getting up to upper 90s here in dallas.
Without setting up a swamp cooler or fermentation chamber, I think my ale is getting way too estery. Last week's IIPA with S-04 smells like bubblegum right now...
I think I'm going to brew more hefe and belgian for the summer before we get cooler....
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Old 06-18-2009, 07:44 PM   #982
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I think I will make this for my pops on Fathers Day. He is a BMCC guy, so I think he will like this. How long should I keep them in the bottles before drinking?

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Old 06-18-2009, 09:20 PM   #983
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I think I will make this for my pops on Fathers Day. He is a BMCC guy, so I think he will like this. How long should I keep them in the bottles before drinking?
I would do at least 2 weeks primary, skip secondary to bottle.
It usually takes 2 weeks before you get the right carbonation.
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Old 06-18-2009, 10:01 PM   #984
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Yep, I have the same one. I use it for 11 gallons of Saison to ferment upstairs in a hot hallway.

Did you steal that tub that it's sitting in from an airport? Looks awfully familiar......
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Old 06-18-2009, 10:16 PM   #985
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Did you steal that tub that it's sitting in from an airport? Looks awfully familiar......
yup I gotta agree in 1985 while humping bags at lga i used to dump many a garment bag in such a tub, but knowing Ed, the tub must be from walmart.
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Old 06-18-2009, 10:18 PM   #986
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Did you steal that tub that it's sitting in from an airport? Looks awfully familiar......
yeah, kinda looks that way, but I pick those up at Sam's Club. 2 for $12 and they come in very handy for brewing, bottling, kegging tasks.


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yeah, kinda looks that way, but I pick those up at Sam's Club. 2 for $12 and they come in very handy for brewing, bottling, kegging tasks.


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Old 06-19-2009, 06:20 PM   #988
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Is this supposed to taste like grapefruits?
Mine has only been kegged 1 day so not worried.

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Old 06-19-2009, 10:54 PM   #989
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Oh Man. Brewed Ed's Haus Pale Ale on June 4th and kegged it 3 days ago. Tried a little sample today. I was so excited, this beer is great and it is not even ready yet. I generally ferment at about 62degrees F but due to the summer the temp was about 70F. The sample had a very slight banana estery taste to it, due to the higher ferment temps that will def. mellow out as it ages and sits in keg. I am so excited about this one and can't wait till its ready just in time for summer! I also used Safeale-05 due to LHBS not having Notty. Thanks for the great recipe!!!

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Old 06-20-2009, 03:48 AM   #990
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I had two test pints of my first batch of this last week (after it was in the keg for a week), and it's... interesting.

I added additional Nugget hops at flameout, and they definitely left their mark. I pitched onto a Munton's Dry Yeast cake from a previous fermentation, and it was a slow starter - at least 48 hours to really get going, and even then the krausen was pretty mild. I do know that is a characteristic of Muntons, and I won't be using that particular yeast again.

The flavor of my brew is both buttery and hoppy, and there's a clear sulfur aroma that I hope will clear up with additional age (It was in primary for 3 full weeks, and a week in the keg after force-carb). It's not bad, just not what I expected. I think I may have to make it again to the precise recipe, because the comments and my expectation were so high that I guess I didn't think it would taste like this...

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