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Old 02-01-2011, 05:03 AM   #1
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So right now i have a Belgian dub in the bottle, a stout and a brown I will bottle this weekend, and a wit fermenting for the next 12 days. This weekend I will empty two carboys. Im going to do a DFH 90 min IPA clone but what should I put in the other? Also, if I have too many choices i will go get another carboy or two and do two or three batches ;-) So come on you guys and gals lay out some ideas. Im all extract with steeping right now so if you have recipes lay them on me :-)



Please HELP :-)

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Old 02-01-2011, 05:13 AM   #2
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I hope you like to drink lol. Looks like you haven't brewed anything with wheat (dunkel, wit, hefe, etc.) or a porter, or a lager yet. Personally I have been on an english mild and bitters kick lately. I think they are the cheapest to make and very easy drinking.

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Old 02-01-2011, 06:35 AM   #3
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I hope you like to drink lol. Looks like you haven't brewed anything with wheat (dunkel, wit, hefe, etc.) or a porter, or a lager yet. Personally I have been on an english mild and bitters kick lately. I think they are the cheapest to make and very easy drinking.

Cheers.
I have a wit in the primary right now. I was thinking of a porter too but I was swinging away from that because of the stout but i might just do that..

So a porter is on the list but not the highest priority. So I need one more before next weekend and that will get me two for saturday..

So come one what else??? Its almost spring here so I might add another wheat to the group but i just dont know.
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I've been pondering the same thing lately. Personally, I think I am going to brew up a mild next. Maybe try red/amber ale or a bock if you have lagering capabilities.
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Old 02-01-2011, 07:47 AM   #5
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I never run out of ideas :P

Chocolate stout
Cascade cream ale
Nugget Nectar Clone
All Palisade IPA
All Citra IPA
Coconut rum porter
British mild
British mild with cacao shells
Coca Tea Ale
Berliner Weisse
Citrusy saison
Black IPA
Belgian Pale


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Old 02-01-2011, 01:02 PM   #6
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How about just a plain APA - maybe pale malt of your choice / hop of your choice s.m.a.s.h.?
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I'd do a wee heavy. Regards, GF.
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I was going to suggest a kolsch but you're in Florida so it's not especially cold there anyway--I try to brew stuff that ferments a little cooler in winter.

I think you might try a maibock, what with spring just around the corner.
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I always like to work backwards based on your available fermentation temperature (assuming you don't have a temperature controlled fridge or similar).

What if your ambient temperature in your fermentation location?
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I always like to work backwards based on your available fermentation temperature (assuming you don't have a temperature controlled fridge or similar).

What if your ambient temperature in your fermentation location?
i can keep it 60 right now. Im in the process of building out a mini-fridge for a fermentation chamber so lagering a little later.


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