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Old 10-11-2012, 05:09 AM   #81
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I love this beer and may just make it my first sour as i can get bam biere here regularly, so my question is, if i add dregs from a couple of bottles into secondary, and wait a few months before i bottle, will it develop enough sour/funky qualities? And i assume i will need to acquire a new set of bottling gear since the bugs are there. And that will mean bottling bucket, racking cane, bottling wand, tubes, and maybe stopper/airlock? I figure if i add to secondary i have a few months at least to get these together. I'll have to convert it to extract, but i'll try to figure that out later, just making sure i can do it this way and not need a whole new set of plastics right away.
Does this sound reasonable?


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Old 10-11-2012, 11:35 AM   #82
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If you haven't listened to the podcast this recipe is from, check it out. Detailed interview with the brewer and lots of hints and tips on how to brew this.

Can't wait to try this one. Great excuse to pick up some Bam at the bottle shop.


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Old 10-11-2012, 01:10 PM   #83
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And i assume i will need to acquire a new set of bottling gear since the bugs are there. And that will mean bottling bucket, racking cane, bottling wand, tubes, and maybe stopper/airlock?
i did the whole thing in plastic with 100% JP dregs last year, no cross contamination into any of the clean beers that went into it after. i just use a long soak in PBW & then star san
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I brewed this today. I did a 10 gallon batch, 5 gallons with just Jolly Pumpkin dregs and 5 gallons using Saison yeast. How long should I let the JP age? I'm planning on kegging it and then bottling out of the keg.
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I brewed this today. I did a 10 gallon batch, 5 gallons with just Jolly Pumpkin dregs and 5 gallons using Saison yeast. How long should I let the JP age? I'm planning on kegging it and then bottling out of the keg.

How did it turn out?


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