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Old 06-20-2011, 01:50 PM   #1
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Default Watch me make 2 beers in one day!

I am in the process of making an American IPA and a Belgium Strong Ale. The IPA is calling for 50 kilos of barley... should be interesting!!

En este video se muestra la fabricacion de una IPA y una birra belga fuerte y rubia.

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Old 06-20-2011, 02:18 PM   #2
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That's a big system you have there! You making 20 gallon batch or what?


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the first is a 45 gallon batch of the IPA then a 26 gallon of belgium beer.
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You must not brew too often making that much at a time. When we do 2 batches,it's 11 gallons. Or 4.75 cases of ale. I thought I was doing good. Sheesh . That must cost a bit to do 71 gallons in one day!
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hehehe it is a little bit but my pipeline is getting rather low!!
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I still have a couple cases I'm saving for the 4th of July BBQ. I've got 6G of dark ale in primary now that'll become whiskely ale in a few weeks. Then comes more pale ales. 11G at a time isn't bad. But 71G would take me awhile to save up to make!
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to be honest, the local ingredients (barley and hops) are very cheap
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Not so over here,unless you can buy mass quantities. Even then it still adds up at the amounts you're brewing.
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i can get argentine cascade for basically next to nothing. 2 pounds for 20 dollars.
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Mash of first beer almost over.


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