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Old 04-25-2010, 10:16 AM   #1
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Default Beginners beer Journey Lots of Pictures!

These are all AG Recipes

My american Brown ale but more of a amber

mmm Foam

Lacey amber ale


Deluge my Imperial stout! straight pour beer

Not enough to get to the Rim

MMM Roasty chocolaty hoppy goodness

HEFEWEIZEN!!!!

MMMM Clarity Carbonation and Creamy Foam and tasty what more can a man ask without being greedy

At Bat:Humboldt county Pale ALE gonna be crazy bitter gonna bottle in 1 week

Up on deck: Nut brown ale bottling in 2 weeks


So to all beginners use Patients and if you don't have it..... BREW MORE!!!!
I get antsy when ever my carboys are empty and even when they are full i get antsy and want to buy more carboys or buckets 3 carboys isn't enough...

started brewing on 1/19/10 and on 4/25/10 i have 3 lip-smacking beers(Edit:soon 5) and i can only keep on going forward to make my dream of my personal perfect beer for my taste buds to dive in reality.

FOR GLORY!!!!! or for fun both good

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Solid Nut Brown Ale
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Old 04-25-2010, 10:44 AM   #2
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this is just the American brown ale that looks like a amber just a bit brighter picture


Label to my Imperial Stout


and Finally HEFEVISION thank you Mr Fridge for 2 weeks

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Solid Nut Brown Ale
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Shakmat Weiss King Weiss Bier
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Old 05-06-2010, 01:18 PM   #3
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Damn dude, you're certainly quick out of the gates! I started back up late February and have only just brewed my 3rd batch on 5/1 - kudos to you for productivity!

Lineup of beers looks nice and balanced too.

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Old 05-06-2010, 01:47 PM   #4
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You look to be ahead of the curve.....Beer looks tasty.....Nice work !!!! Nice labels.

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Old 05-06-2010, 04:14 PM   #5
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Good job. I started in 01/2010 as well and I have 8 brews bottled & 5 brews fermenting. I do not have any labes yet except I used the circle sticker avery labes on caps. I have almost drank my entire first batch as I enjoyed it so much. My 7th batch has proven to be my best ever..........I have done 6 extract, 4 AGs, & 3 cider styles.

I thinking of brewing this weekend with brew club a new irish stout. I also found that brewing helps with the waiting process.

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Old 05-07-2010, 03:23 AM   #6
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Right on. I just started brewing in December and have batch #5 in primary right now

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Old 05-07-2010, 05:41 AM   #7
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thanks for the replies guys i just bottled my nut brown Ale and it tasted pretty damn good but a little bit much on the coffee note than i was hoping for so hopefully it will mellow out

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Old 05-10-2010, 07:27 AM   #8
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Default New Beers New Pictures New gears

Week 1 Taste of my Nut brown ale and it was amazing cant wait for week 2 *i was half way done on this one before i took a picture so there wasn't any head*

Apfelwein yup apple wine tastes like wine...i should have pitched Notty



Cleaning 83 Bottles....AHHHHH NO MORE

Finally im DONE holy hell

THIS Cauldron IS GREAT!!! 15Gals Got while in San jose Flea market 65$ full Stainless steel i guess it is used for making Carnitas but it works wonders with beer i had burner 100% throughout the beginning of the boil and no boil over with 7.5 Gallons of wort


My New brew In the Primary!!! it is a Weiss Beer and im calling it Shakmat Weiss King Bier sitting at 1.050 Bottling in 2 weeks!




Hefeweizen on a sunny day need i say more....

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Old 05-14-2010, 04:42 AM   #9
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if they taste half a good as they look....Mmmmmmm

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Old 05-14-2010, 10:41 AM   #10
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I havent tried my IPA but it smelled a taste great out of the carboy


MMM more Brown ale please


Got some nice head on it


Solid Brown ale and yes that is solid snake


As a new brewer i am still fascinate with fermentation so i chose the easiest way to feel like im brewing even in my sleep and really easy MY FIRST MEAD its like getting a gold fish except better yeast are fun!


This is gonna be a good three months o those wonderful bubbles are soothing


Just a close up of my Foot N mouth IPA


For all you Carl Sagan Fans keep post for Shakmat Weiss guy beer bottling this Sat or sunday! Billions Billions......

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Shakmat Weiss King Weiss Bier
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