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Old 05-27-2012, 10:38 PM   #931
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Brewed yesterday, a Scottish Ale and doing an IPA or a ginger beer today. Well one today and the other tomorrow. Love these long weekends.


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Old 05-28-2012, 12:13 PM   #932
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Bottled a cream ale last night, I think its gonna be good!!


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Old 05-28-2012, 12:39 PM   #933
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Yesterday I brewed up my first annual "Baby Day" Barleywine, and also used the 2nd runnings for my first ever partigyle, named "Daddy's Pale Ale". If you cant tell from those names I'm going to be a father! Wife found out on Mother's day. We plan to let the barleywine only to be drank/brewed around our little ones birthday, which will be in January sometime. Also have a mead going that I plan on bottling for the arrival.
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Old 05-28-2012, 12:43 PM   #934
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Old 05-28-2012, 12:49 PM   #935
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Yesterday I brewed up my first annual "Baby Day" Barleywine, and also used the 2nd runnings for my first ever partigyle, named "Daddy's Pale Ale". If you cant tell from those names I'm going to be a father! Wife found out on Mother's day. We plan to let the barleywine only to be drank/brewed around our little ones birthday, which will be in January sometime. Also have a mead going that I plan on bottling for the arrival.
Congrats dude! We're expecting our second in late July. A boy this time. We were thinking of doing a wine for a similar schedule. Never had a mead or barleywine.
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Old 05-28-2012, 12:50 PM   #936
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Last night I kegged 5 gal of NZHop IPA, today I'll bottle the other five. Tuesday night I'll brew a wheat beer. Wednesday I'll visit my LHBS and purchase ingredients! Good week for beer.
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Old 05-28-2012, 01:02 PM   #937
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Working on completing my Son of a Fermentation Chiller. Can't wait to get it finished and test it out after a brew session this weekend.
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Old 05-28-2012, 01:34 PM   #938
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Yesterday I brewed up my first annual "Baby Day" Barleywine, and also used the 2nd runnings for my first ever partigyle, named "Daddy's Pale Ale". If you cant tell from those names I'm going to be a father! Wife found out on Mother's day. We plan to let the barleywine only to be drank/brewed around our little ones birthday, which will be in January sometime. Also have a mead going that I plan on bottling for the arrival.
Congrats!

Didn't get to the dunkelweizen yesterday, but just milled the grains and strike water is heating now.
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Old 05-28-2012, 01:37 PM   #939
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Yesterday I brewed up my first annual "Baby Day" Barleywine, and also used the 2nd runnings for my first ever partigyle, named "Daddy's Pale Ale". If you cant tell from those names I'm going to be a father! Wife found out on Mother's day. We plan to let the barleywine only to be drank/brewed around our little ones birthday, which will be in January sometime. Also have a mead going that I plan on bottling for the arrival.
You found out on Mother's Day - that's so great! Congratulations!
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Brewing a Hefe today, just about to finish a 90 minute mash. Made the starter on Friday, put it in the fridge last night, good inch of yeast on the bottom of a half gallon glass jug.


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