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Old 06-28-2013, 05:46 AM   #1081
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My sour brown ale with ECY01, at a little more than three months.

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Old 06-29-2013, 02:35 AM   #1082
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Iris c2 batch

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Brett blend-trois,iris c2, es bam


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Old 06-29-2013, 06:20 PM   #1083
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Brett blend-trois,iris c2, es bam
I have c2 going right now in secondary on a farmhouse mild recipe. Totally awesome looking stuff. Starting to get a nice li'l funk too. Next wild brew will be an all c3 hoppy Belg. blonde deal.
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I have c2 going right now in secondary on a farmhouse mild recipe. Totally awesome looking stuff. Starting to get a nice li'l funk too. Next wild brew will be an all c3 hoppy Belg. blonde deal.
We're about due for another trade ya know
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Old 06-29-2013, 06:47 PM   #1085
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I believe the next round of yeast was s'posed to be on me. I have the c3 in a vial from BK, so when I get it built up I will send you some. I'm also about to go throw a round of golf with my club's Yeast Wrangler, so I'll tell him to whip you up a vial of c2. Of course, if you wanna trade some beers too, I'm always game.
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My lambic-style sour ale rotting away nicely:



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I believe the next round of yeast was s'posed to be on me. I have the c3 in a vial from BK, so when I get it built up I will send you some. I'm also about to go throw a round of golf with my club's Yeast Wrangler, so I'll tell him to whip you up a vial of c2. Of course, if you wanna trade some beers too, I'm always game.
I've actually got all those already....I'm such a Brett nerd. Got some ecy03 and bug farm this weekend, too.
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Tart of darkness clone with ECY Bug County pitched about 6 months ago. Coming along nicely and the pellicle is real thick, moving it around a bit didn't mess it up at all really.

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Here's a couple shots of my small barrel of lambic.

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Sour stout with only Roeselare so far. Brewed 3/31. Strangely enough, there was no activity after the original sacch fermentation which happened immediately until about two week ago. The pellicle went from nothing to the one above in about three days.

I'm going to taste test in September and then decide what it could use, dreg-wise. I was thinking some Jolly Pumpkin La Roja bugs might be nice in it.


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