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Old 01-03-2013, 03:06 AM   #771
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Pulling the lid off the fermenter was like pulling a saddle of a horse....awesome. Taste was light and lemony sour.
Sounds like you were tasting the shampoo.


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Old 01-03-2013, 03:12 AM   #772
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Sounds like you were tasting the shampoo.
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Old 01-03-2013, 02:10 PM   #773
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Pellicles on my 2 Consecration clones.
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Old 01-03-2013, 02:24 PM   #774
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Pellicles on my 2 Consecration clones.
Funny, I made a clone a couple of years ago that looked just like those. Last night, I opened a bottle and 4 of those currants ended up in my glass. I have no idea how the heck they could have made it through the bottling wand. Weird.
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yeah the currants have been floating on the top for like 5 months... the one on the left most of them did drop a couple weeks ago...the right...most are still floating...
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Here's my saison after another week. It's down to 1.002 at this point so I'm going to get ready for bottling. I'd like to get the fermentor empty so I can use the same bacteria in a new dubbel recipe that I initially made unintentionally sour. Now my friend and I want to make a buttload of the sour dubbel. I added dry hops to this saison today and will be cold crashing it at the middle of the week. I will bottle and prime for like 3 volumes allowing the brett and whatever to bring up the rear.

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Here's my saison after another week. It's down to 1.002 at this point so I'm going to get ready for bottling. I'd like to get the fermentor empty so I can use the same bacteria in a new dubbel recipe that I initially made unintentionally sour. Now my friend and I want to make a buttload of the sour dubbel. I added dry hops to this saison today and will be cold crashing it at the middle of the week. I will bottle and prime for like 3 volumes allowing the brett and whatever to bring up the rear.

It's so....beautiful!
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Here's my saison after another week. It's down to 1.002 at this point so I'm going to get ready for bottling. I'd like to get the fermentor empty so I can use the same bacteria in a new dubbel recipe that I initially made unintentionally sour. Now my friend and I want to make a buttload of the sour dubbel. I added dry hops to this saison today and will be cold crashing it at the middle of the week. I will bottle and prime for like 3 volumes allowing the brett and whatever to bring up the rear.
It's perfection 8-)
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Here is my flanders red at about 4 months. It's pitched with the Roe blend and some RR dregs.
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That one didn't seem to work so have another.


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