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Old 04-10-2012, 06:11 AM   #1
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Default Untitled IPA- The Process and Product

So, I posted a recipe that my friend Robert and myself brewed (see http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/toda...ed-ipa-319546/ ) and posted pics in there, should have posted them here. So...

Getting ready:


Bad cutting job is bad:


Grain, anyone?


Mash draining:


Looking good so far:


Boil started:


Hey, those look like hops:


Me adding the Centennial @ 60 minutes:


The chiller, post use (Side note, if you don't use a chiller, you need to):


Into the fermenter you go:


9PM last night:


Today around noon:


SG sample:


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And a cam feed of it bubbling away:

http://kc8tad.homelinux.net:9999/videofeed

Note- a file popup will most likely show itself, titled videofeed. It's part of the Android setup that is running the camera on the phone being used to record the fermentation. Just hit cancel, you don't need to save it or anything else to see the cam feed.


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NICE fermenter pics. (the rest aren't too shabby either!) Did you need to switch to a blow-off tube?
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NICE fermenter pics. (the rest aren't too shabby either!) Did you need to switch to a blow-off tube?
Yep, today, matter of fact. I checked on it last night, and it was okay, sitting at 61 and seemed to be slowing a little. Today about noon I checked it, and it was at 59.9 and had blown yeast into the airlock and was going heavily. It's got a blowoff on it now and is still going quite heavily.

The cam feed went down though.
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Old 04-12-2012, 12:33 AM   #5
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Default Moar!

Here are more photos that i've been capturing of it from the stream (which the URL has changed because it is my home connection and, well, its just not enough. I might put it on ustream if people are that worried about watching it bubble along. lol.

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If you aerated well, you should be fine. They're multiplying. Listen close and you'll hear your yeast humping. Seriously. Give them some privacy and they'll get to work when they're done.
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Nice!
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At least you caught it before it blew all over your ceiling !!!
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Yeah, probably for the better that we caught it :P

Hi Bobert! :wave:


And who says US-05 isn't any good? :P
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I love 05. Gives me nice, clear beer. Heck, the last 1/2 batch I did with it went a little crazy and required a blow-off tube! Yup, I'm all about 05.
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I love 05. Gives me nice, clear beer. Heck, the last 1/2 batch I did with it went a little crazy and required a blow-off tube! Yup, I'm all about 05.
It seems to be working well for this beer. Hoping it turns out well.


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