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Old 09-08-2012, 06:33 AM   #11
Aug 2012
Santa Rosa, CA
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Originally Posted by floydk View Post
Old post, I know, but I just made a kolsch, 5 days fermentation was done with a starter, 1 day in the fridge at 35, racked to keg, and forced carbed, and drinking in 7 days time. It's actually better than I expected, in fact, it tastes a lot like the kolsch I get from one of my local brew pubs. So yeah, I think it's possible, and I'm enjoying some now! Cheers!
I just brewed, fermented, secondaried/fined, kegged, carbed and drank my first all grain, a Scottish 60 in 7 days. It was not perfect, but it was damn gratifying.

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Old 12-02-2013, 09:19 AM   #12
Aug 2011
Whidbey Island, Wa
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I'm glad there's already a thread on this topic. I don't think it has to be a low gravity beer. I just kegged a vienna/caliente smash beer 1.060--->1.010 in four days using wyeast1272, three day dry hop, one day cold crash, one day shaking force carb.

Another beer I was going to enter into a local comp leaked out of the keg because of a faulty connection...I had already paid my entry fees so I needed to get this one ready in a jiffy. Tastes great!

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