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Old 12-14-2007, 05:47 PM   #41
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I am transfering mine to the secondary tomorrow...which of course means I will be enjoying at least a pint of this guy tomorrow. Will let you know how that goes
I'll tell ya, you don't really need to secondary this one. I usually take it from primary to bottles/keg in 12 days. Regular, low abv stouts are goooood young.
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Old 12-14-2007, 05:56 PM   #42
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Interesting, I was considering just bottling. I guess it comes down to my bottle situation which i think is hurting haha. Right now I got 3 batches in bottles so I need to do a little more drinking/bottle collecting.

I will most likely just end up keeping it in the primary for another week (its been 1 week) and then bottling. Looks like I'll be putting that tasting on hold

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Old 12-14-2007, 06:40 PM   #43
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Mine sure is fermenting out fast! I had the largest, fluffiest krausen that I've ever gotten on a beer with this. It has now dropped. I think I'll give it a hydro test when I get home from work. Hopefully I'll be able to bottle this next week before I fly out to Oregon for XMas.

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Old 12-14-2007, 06:40 PM   #44
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Interesting, I was considering just bottling. I guess it comes down to my bottle situation which i think is hurting haha. Right now I got 3 batches in bottles so I need to do a little more drinking/bottle collecting.

I will most likely just end up keeping it in the primary for another week (its been 1 week) and then bottling. Looks like I'll be putting that tasting on hold
No reason you can't draw a sample now... you know, to check the gravity and all
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Old 12-14-2007, 08:22 PM   #45
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Just poured one from my second batch:

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Old 12-14-2007, 08:24 PM   #46
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Whelp, now I'm convinced its time for a gravity check...thanks for the extra push

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Old 12-31-2007, 04:12 AM   #47
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Just poured one from my second batch:

I'm sold. Just ordered the ingredients to do an All Grain batch of this.
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Old 12-31-2007, 07:47 PM   #48
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Wise decision, BNVince. This dry stout simply rocks. I bottled mine about 3 weeks ago. Just started drinking them about 2 weeks after bottling. I know they are gonna get even better with a month or so of aging....I can only hope they last that long!!!

Everyone who has tried it has loved it. It is a very approachable and drinkable stout that even light beer drinkers like. Light bodied for a dry stout, and not overly dry

I made a few changes to the recipe to suit my tastes and to keep it inline with the dry stout category.

I will give a full report in another month or so after it ages.

This one is definitely a keeper!!!

Thanks, O'Flannagain!

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I had this at a brew buddies this weekend. Its the best stout I've had im brewing it next

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Yeah, mine's been in bottles for a week and already tastes great. Still needs a few weeks, but there's that great coffee roastiness there, but not overly roasty like a lot of homebrew Stouts that I've tried. I think this will be a recipe that I tweak and keep around for a long time.

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