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Old 05-17-2013, 01:33 AM   #1001
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Zoomed in dusty pellicle on an "American Wild" that got a slurry of sour dregs. At a year old it still has a pretty nice hop aroma from a Zythos FO addition.

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Old 05-17-2013, 01:09 PM   #1002
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Zoomed in dusty pellicle on an "American Wild" that got a slurry of sour dregs. At a year old it still has a pretty nice hope aroma from a Zythos FO addition.
your image doesn't show up... sounds like a nice one, tho. please re-link/re-upload/etc!
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Old 05-17-2013, 01:28 PM   #1003
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your image doesn't show up... sounds like a nice one, tho. please re-link/re-upload/etc!
Hmmm, it shows up on my laptop but not mobile. I'll try again:




And another for good measure, keg of sour blonde session :

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Old 05-17-2013, 02:22 PM   #1004
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beautiful!

thanks for the hi-res - now my desktop wallpaper. can't wait to gross out a workmate

your image was originally linked to a Gmail attachment. i'm guessing you used the laptop to get the attachment, so it was cached on that machine.
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Old 05-17-2013, 02:28 PM   #1005
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Old 05-23-2013, 03:55 PM   #1006
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Here's a couple pics of my most recent attempt at what old saisons would taste like. It's pils and spelt with aged leaf hops and some serebrianka to 20ibus with a starting gravity at 1.037.

For size reference sake that's a 16 gal Speidel fermentor. The little brown blocks in the top down picture are small "Innerstave" oak additives and they're about 4" long for additional size reference compared to that mother of a snot bubble.
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Took these yesterday


My wild yeast experiment. No commercial yeast just goodies from my garage. Cant wait to find out how it turns out.
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My Jester King dredges batch if forming a nice pellicle. Cant wait on the either. Haven't tried or tested it.
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Here's a couple pics of my most recent attempt at what old saisons would taste like. It's pils and spelt with aged leaf hops and some serebrianka to 20ibus with a starting gravity at 1.037.

For size reference sake that's a 16 gal Speidel fermentor. The little brown blocks in the top down picture are small "Innerstave" oak additives and they're about 4" long for additional size reference compared to that mother of a snot bubble.

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