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Old 07-24-2012, 04:25 PM   #21
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It's a little full
You have some trial batches going in all those small fermenters
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Old 07-24-2012, 05:35 PM   #22
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Pipeline is pretty full at my place, so instead of having 4 fermenters going in the spare fridge, I only have 2 (+4 kegs)...



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Old 07-24-2012, 06:19 PM   #23
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Mines empty, haven't had a chance to fill it yet.

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Old 07-25-2012, 03:19 PM   #24
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Hey Paulie. What is that attached to your bottom fermenter?

That's the temp probe that goes through the fridge wall to a johnson controls temp controller. I've found the best way to keep everything at the temp I want is to tape the probe to the side of the container with bubble wrap on one side. Reads the temp great.
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Yup! I call it the Blonde Experiment. The control (base recipe) is in the growlers. Top right has a quart of beet juice from freshly juiced beets along with some of the juice cooked down to a syrup. My wife and a few friends really liked Magic Hat Wacko and were sad they don't make it anymore. We may have used too much beet juice though, we'll see! haha Top left has dried apricots added, middle has dried apples and lemongrass, and the bottom has dried pineapples and thyme. Oh and the Ale pale is Chocolate Almond Stout, biscotti anyone?
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Yup! I call it the Blonde Experiment. The control (base recipe) is in the growlers. Top right has a quart of beet juice from freshly juiced beets along with some of the juice cooked down to a syrup. My wife and a few friends really liked Magic Hat Wacko and were sad they don't make it anymore. We may have used too much beet juice though, we'll see! haha Top left has dried apricots added, middle has dried apples and lemongrass, and the bottom has dried pineapples and thyme. Oh and the Ale pale is Chocolate Almond Stout, biscotti anyone?
Very nice. Have you had the Evil Twin, Biscotti Break IStout man it is good. Like the apple and lemongrass that sounds cool as well. The only cool crazy brew a friend ad I have right now is a Belgian Trippel that we Amarillo hoped all the way through 10 of it is straight up and 10 is now sitting on Lacto, and Brett. Doing a porter tonight. That we will add Blackberrys too.
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Sorry its a dark picture, but my ferm fridge has a 10 gal corney, a 7.5 gallon pail and 2 6.5's going currently at 48 deg.

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Sorry its a dark picture, but my ferm fridge has a 10 gal corney, a 7.5 gallon pail and 2 6.5's going currently at 48 deg.
I want a 10gal corny!
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I bought it for 15 dollars at a scrap yard in the 90's.

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