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Old 01-18-2010, 12:01 AM   #1
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everyone wants a keg for super bowl. Is it possible?


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Old 01-18-2010, 12:06 AM   #2
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I did a Kolsch Ale in 2 weeks. (I also bottled and then let it sit 2 more weeks though)


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Old 01-18-2010, 12:06 AM   #3
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Do you have anything ready? A buddy of mine brewed a batch that was kegged and drinkable in two weeks. I think it was a wit.
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I guess if you did it today, maybe a hefeweizen - 2 weeks in fermenter, 1 in keg? I've never kegged before, so I have no idea how long things have to sit in the keg.

My impression is that hefeweizens might need less time than other styles in the primary...
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Check out the recipe for Centennial Blonde. I found it popular with both home brewers and the BMC crowd. It can be ready to drink in about 2 weeks.
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Check out the recipe for Centennial Blonde. I found it popular with both home brewers and the BMC crowd. It can be ready to drink in about 2 weeks.
can you link me to this?
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which superbowl?
how about samiclaus?
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Do a search on Mild.
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can you link me to this?
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f66/cent...10-gall-42841/
I did the extract version of this and it is VERY good.
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Check out the 10der and mild thread from about a year and a half ago. We did a mild swap- with the requirement that the beer MUST be shipped out on day 10. My mild on day 10 was really pretty good! I'd suggest that if you had a beer that had to be ready in two weeks.

Some tips- keep the OG low. Like 1.042 or lower. No "heavy" roasted flavors that must mellow. Use a well attenuating flocculant ale yeast, so it finishes up and clears quickly. A mild, hefeweizen, a simple amber, etc, all could fit the bill. Use a simple grain bill, and a simple hopping schedule, so the beer won't need time to let the flavors meld.

You can definitely do it!


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