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Old 11-13-2012, 12:54 AM   #9571
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Got my grain bill ordered for KingBrianI's FireSide Barely Wine.


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Old 11-13-2012, 02:55 AM   #9572
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I have a "forced" day off tomorrow so decided I throw down another 10 gallon batch of Edwort's Robust Porter. This will be the 4th time I've brewed this but I always add vanilla beans to it. I'm a sucker for Vanilla Porter, especially in the winter. I just hope the LHBS has all the ingredients I don't have. Cascade has been impossible to find. Not sure if it's back yet or not. If I can't get Northern Brewer and Cascade I may try to sub it with Chinook. Saaz if all else fails.


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Old 11-13-2012, 03:00 AM   #9573
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Made Caribou Slobber today. Heard great things about it and have been wanting to brew it for awhile.
I have been wanting to make that as well. Who here has? Is it a good winter beer?

 
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:22 AM   #9574
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Originally Posted by chuckstout
How about
Mash 154 60min
6lb 2row
3lb pale
2lb. Vienna
1lb. C40
2oz. Cherrywood
.5 oz nugget 60min 13%
.5 oz perle 20min 8.5%
.5 oz perle 1min 8.5%
US-05 or wlp810

Mash 150
8lbs Vienna
4lbs pale
1 oz perle 60min
Wlp500
sorry i missed this! still have the smoked malt. i ended up making a quasi Munchener Helles, 2-row, vienna, honey, tettnang, wlp810.

the first beer you suggested seems light in color and smoke. have you had this or had something in mind?
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Open log Fermenting and gas-can secondary?? I am planning my next brew right now!!

 
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:27 AM   #9575
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Brewing what will be 10g of a Habanero Sculpin IPA clone. Dark and 50˚ at the moment so should be a great day. Cheers!
tell me more of this
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:31 AM   #9576
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Brewing up my own ESB starting in about an hour. My first attempt at my own. Up until now I have only done clones and kits, but after reading Designing Great Beers I decided to try my own. Hopefully it won't taste like horse piss.
imade one this year. if you read the style guidelines and have software, you can come up with something good. keys tend to be water, english hops, and a nice dark color without too much malt character
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:34 AM   #9577
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Brewed a 10 gallon batch of an imperial milk chocolate porter today. Used 1# of unsweetened dutch cocoa powder and 2# of lactose in the boil. OG 1.070 and hoping for a FG around 1.020 or so. Going to be adding cocoa nibs to secondary and if I want even more chocolate in the final product (after tasting it at that point) I'll add some home made chocolate vodka tincture to the keg!

Also kegged 10 gallons of IPA brewed exclusively with Riwaka and Moetuka hops from New Zealand today. Decided to add 4oz of Galaxy to the one corny keg. Might do something with the other one as I've finally come to the conclusion that I simply don't like Riwaka hops.
weird. so many peeps seem to like Riwaka. in fact, a brewery in Des Moines just made a "Riwakan Dead"
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Old 11-13-2012, 03:49 AM   #9578
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This upcoming weekend I'm campy like deh Dr Evil/Senor Chen and my new secret weps are ... YEAST BACK FROM EVIDENCED DEATH. Yes..... Mwahahahahah!!!!! I shake them startrrrs by hand so bad 'n the yeast is like.. ALIVE.

APA and a Belgian Dark Wheat!

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Old 11-13-2012, 02:37 PM   #9579
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I took advantage of the Remembrance Day stat holiday for federal government workers here in Canada, and the beautiful 20-degree weather we had this weekend, and held a 2-day quadruple-batch brewing marathon.

On Sunday, I brewed a Bohemian Pilsner Lager with Wyeast Czech Pils yeast I started 2 weeks ago, and an Irish Red Ale with some Wyeast Irish Ale yeast I harvested from a Dry Irish Stout I just kegged on Thursday.

On Monday, I brewed an American Pale Ale and an IPA, both featuring Zythos hops.

It was surprisingly exhausting. By last night, after everything had been sealed up and all the equipment cleaned, I was physically drained. My knuckles are raw and sore from soaking in so much PBW and Star-San all weekend. I like having a full pipeline, and I'll probably do double-brew days again in the future, but I don't think I'll do two in a row again.

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Old 11-13-2012, 03:17 PM   #9580
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We plan on doing a double brew day on Saturday.

5-6 gallons of Lil Sparky's Nut Brown (2nd time)

and either

Citra Pale or Winter Warmer (depending on if the LHBS gets Citra in or not)



 
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