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Old 01-28-2013, 12:29 AM   #2931
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Oh, and gonna get my Chinook/Vienna SMaSH in bottles here in a couple hours.


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Moved these down to the cellar.

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Old 01-28-2013, 12:43 AM   #2933
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D@mn! That is a pipeline!
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:07 AM   #2934
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:13 AM   #2935
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D@mn! That is a pipeline!
That's my sour pipeline - I've got a sorachi wheat aging on rhubarb with cantillion brett, blackberry brett brux 'belgian' stout, blackberry biere de garde with brett clauss, american sour brown ale, 'flanders' red, and ecy bug county lambic. The odd man out is 'belgian' stout that i had a brain fart and pitched weihenstaphaner i had going for a roggenbier - it's awful. Just waiting til I need to carboy to dump it I guess.

I've got a hard time not drinking way too much since I started brewing saisons, I'm going to be a mess for a while when these start maturing. What you can't see are the dozen plus cases I've got bottled, plus my commercial brews. Sometimes I just hang out down there.
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Drank 5 LHMS clones while brewing Ragin' Irish Red for March Spring Fling. Homebrews were tasty and buzzy !!
Broke my dam hydrometer so guess'a matin' now for OG.
Also cleaned my unused gear and drew up plans for my outdoor kitchen on the deck - cooking and brewing!!
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:31 AM   #2937
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That's my sour pipeline - I've got a sorachi wheat aging on rhubarb with cantillion brett, blackberry brett brux 'belgian' stout, blackberry biere de garde with brett clauss, american sour brown ale, 'flanders' red, and ecy bug county lambic. The odd man out is 'belgian' stout that i had a brain fart and pitched weihenstaphaner i had going for a roggenbier - it's awful. Just waiting til I need to carboy to dump it I guess.

I've got a hard time not drinking way too much since I started brewing saisons, I'm going to be a mess for a while when these start maturing. What you can't see are the dozen plus cases I've got bottled, plus my commercial brews. Sometimes I just hang out down there.

Wow, I'd love to have a pipeline like that. Going for at least 4 beers on tap at all times while at least having 3 fermenting (All 10+ gallon batches). I drink way too much
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Bottled my red ale, and made a massive yeast starter for my soon to be brewed imperial stout!
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I'm sitting here, listening to my fermenter bucket burp (blowoff tube installed) and planning my next brew. I'm thinking about jumping right on in to AG.
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Stepped up the starter of my bottle harvested Bells Winter White so I can eventually make the famous SWMBO Slayer or some similar wheat beer with it. Then I moved my Kolsch to a lagering vessel, hit it with gelatin, and put it in the cold beer cave for lagering.


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