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Old 10-04-2009, 05:14 AM   #1
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I'm working on an idea for a series of beers right now what I'm thinking is brewing 10 gallon batches all with the same grain bill and fermenting in 2 carboys

using 2 yeasts
using all brett, using brett & sac
using different types of sugar
using differnet sugar additions (before fermentation and during)
using differnet ferment temps


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Is this all one plan, or are you trying to figure out what to do?


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Killian, you could also try different dry hopping, fruit and spice additions in secondary. Like a stout, where in half you add cherries to the secondary.

Have fun experimenting!!
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I'm just starting to work on the plan for this series of beers and I welcome any ideas. I'm thinking the base beer will be a belgian tripel or a belgian golden strong. I'm a little concerned that the amount of alcohol will be a problem with the brett. Thanks for the input.
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