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Old 02-17-2013, 04:41 AM   #2491
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Here you go Divrguy....caught another 9" Walleye....count for the day...2 Walleyes...3 homebrews

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Old 02-17-2013, 04:43 AM   #2492
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Forgot what it was like to do a big batch here's my flameout addition!!
Wow...what size batch are you doing? 10 gallons?


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Old 02-17-2013, 05:21 AM   #2493
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Here you go Divrguy....caught another 9" Walleye....count for the day...2 Walleyes...3 homebrews
Sweet walleye! I had a few brews today too!
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Old 02-17-2013, 05:23 AM   #2494
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Wow...what size batch are you doing? 10 gallons?
Nope actually 5.5! Other than the bittering hops and a 30 min addition, rest of hops are at flameout and dry hop!
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Old 02-17-2013, 02:42 PM   #2495
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Wow 250 pages of 1 gal posts. Gonna take a while.
Can't help but think a gallon can be knocked out with a third wash of the 5 gal mash plus a little DME and perhaps a modest amount of steeped grain to try another washed yeast and even toss in the five minute hop sock used in the 5 gal batch for bittering and dry hop after the ferment. Waste not want not.
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Old 02-17-2013, 08:21 PM   #2496
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Wow 250 pages of 1 gal posts. Gonna take a while.
Can't help but think a gallon can be knocked out with a third wash of the 5 gal mash plus a little DME and perhaps a modest amount of steeped grain to try another washed yeast and even toss in the five minute hop sock used in the 5 gal batch for bittering and dry hop after the ferment. Waste not want not.
Now you're talking! Great use of the one gallon brew!
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Brewing up a Belma IPA

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Let me know how that turns out cheese. Interesting profile on that one!
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Just bottled my first gallon from Brooklyn Brew Shop. It went, ok I guess. Definitely got too much sediment in a few of the bottles near the end. Probably got 4-5 solid bottles and the rest look pretty hazy. We'll see. I already got another kit from Northern Brewer so I'll probably do that next week.
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Definitely got too much sediment in a few of the bottles near the end. Probably got 4-5 solid bottles and the rest look pretty hazy.
Did you bottle directly from the primary or did you use a bottling bucket?
Did you cold crash?
Use any clarifiers like Whirlfloc?


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