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Old 09-24-2012, 07:00 PM   #2011
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Had a minor heart attack when I reviewed my HB stocks and realized that I only have a case and a half of drinkables right now--one batch in the primary, one just bottled a week or so ago. Boy, I really need to brew a few more batches...


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Old 09-24-2012, 07:10 PM   #2012
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Harvested yeast from Hefe
Kegged up 6 full kegs of Hefe
Cleaned fermentation vessel
Harvested yeast from Pumpkin Ale
Kegged up Pumpkin Ale
Re-configured the walk in cooler...again
Ordered more Hefe yeast (current batch is ending lifecycle)
Ordered two more 50lb CO2 tanks


Still have a few more hours in my day so who knows what else is to come
Took inventory of grain in preparation for brewing a CDA tomorrow


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Old 09-25-2012, 02:12 AM   #2013
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Added a half gallon of some strong DME wort, along with some gueuze dregs, to hopefully breathe some life into my barely-sour Berliner Weisse
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I was so frightened that I had to dilute it. It still looks like it's going to be a hoppy monster. Not sure I could handle a triple Ipa.
Btw, glad I did so. It's extremely bitter right now, so I'm happy it wasn't even more so.
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I end up cleaning and organizing more than anything else lately. Mostly cause I'm poor.

Also read up on some styles I want to brew before the bitter cold hits. This year I don't think i'm going to brew much in the winter. Big hassle on getting water to the garage. That and i'm not too keen on having my keggle chill in the snow. Still would take too long.
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Brewing a 3bbl batch of a new CDA recipe

Listening to my music loud enough I can comfortably ignore the boss
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Old 09-26-2012, 02:10 AM   #2017
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Ordered a # of each, Bravo and Columbus.
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Not today but last night I bottled a Honey Pumpkin Porter and ordered a new hydrometer test tube. $5 shipped from amazon!

Going to plan out a new brew today! Gotta keep the pipeline going
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Ordered a # of each, Bravo and Columbus.
Love Bravo!

I bought some blowoff tubing, another 8oz Star San, took a hydro reading of my Harvest IPA with wet Michigan Cascades, and had a homebrew. Not a bad night.
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Toured the Heineken experience and later drank a La Trappe. Heading from Amsterdam to Belgium tomorrow.


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