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Old 02-08-2009, 04:37 PM   #1
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Default First Brew: 12 hours in: all is well...

Started on an Irish Red Ale last night.

about 12 hours in now and it's bubbling like crazy!!!!!!

the wine I started on Thursday is going well also..!!

Can't wait to get a taste of this stuff...

Thanks for all the info on this board... very very helpful!!

Primary: Oktoberfest
Secondary: NBC JulyFly, Pliney the Elder
Keg: Bottled: Grahms English Cider, Kolsch, Newcastle, Stone IPA, Grand Cru Barolo Red, Grand Cru Chianti, Vida Vino Pinot Grigio, Oktoberfest Lager, Grand Cru Peisporter
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Old 02-08-2009, 06:56 PM   #2
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Indeed, this board has been very helpful to me as well. I have my first stout and self-designed recipe fermenting since Friday night. I love the sound of that airlock.
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