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Old 11-26-2012, 01:03 PM   #101
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I've got my very first 5 gal batch, Northern Brewer saison de noel in my glass secondary and Carribou Slobber in my primary bucket.

I've also got a small batch of hard lemonade in my old Mr. Beer with a modified recipe found here. Something special for SWMBO hopefully.


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Old 11-26-2012, 01:13 PM   #102
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I bottled a Cream Ale yesterday and I'm bottling an Irish Red tonight! lol
Looks like we're on the same page! These are my first 5 gal batches. My 1st was a Mr. Beer and after that I got hooked!


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Old 11-26-2012, 01:33 PM   #103
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On the left is a maple syrup dark ale, will be adding extra grade B syrup in the next few days and cold crashing once fermentation begins to retain more aroma from the syrup. On the right is a two day old cream stout that I'm attempting a bourbon barrel stout clone from BBC.



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Old 11-27-2012, 01:33 AM   #104
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What's fermenting????

http://adam-jackson.net/beer/homebre...ll-fermenters/

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Old 11-28-2012, 01:09 AM   #105
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Brewed another batch tonight. Did a Honey Hefeweizen that will get 2.5 pounds of blueberries in a few weeks.

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Old 11-29-2012, 01:02 AM   #106
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On the left is a maple syrup dark ale, will be adding extra grade B syrup in the next few days and cold crashing once fermentation begins to retain more aroma from the syrup. On the right is a two day old cream stout that I'm attempting a bourbon barrel stout clone from BBC.



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anychance I could get that recipe you used for the maplel syrup dark ale? I have been looking for good maple recipes, my parents actually make maple syrup, so I have a great connection to get it cheap [free]
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anychance I could get that recipe you used for the maplel syrup dark ale? I have been looking for good maple recipes, my parents actually make maple syrup, so I have a great connection to get it cheap [free]
It's a Midwest supplies recipe. It's an extract kit with specialty grains. It comes with a small bottle of grade A syrup that you add to the boil. When I racked to secondary an tasted a sample the fermentation had taken most of the maple taste and aroma out. So last night I took another small bottle of grade B and added it to the keg before I racked it. Then cold crashed it so I wouldn't fire up another fermentation and save some of the aroma. First sample this morning was great, I'll keep you posted once its sat for a week or so and then carbonated.
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It's a Midwest supplies recipe. It's an extract kit with specialty grains. It comes with a small bottle of grade A syrup that you add to the boil. When I racked to secondary an tasted a sample the fermentation had taken most of the maple taste and aroma out. So last night I took another small bottle of grade B and added it to the keg before I racked it. Then cold crashed it so I wouldn't fire up another fermentation and save some of the aroma. First sample this morning was great, I'll keep you posted once its sat for a week or so and then carbonated.
Im surprised they included Grade A with that kit... not that anything is wrong with any grade of pure maple syrup.. but Grade A is a lighter flavor profile than the grade B....

Keep me posted for sure.

as I get better at brewing ( still only have like 10 brews under my belt in yr 1 of home brewing) I plan on leaning towards a lot of the maple beers since I have the source for the maple. Plus I just love the maple flavor.
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Im surprised they included Grade A with that kit... not that anything is wrong with any grade of pure maple syrup.. but Grade A is a lighter flavor profile than the grade B....

Keep me posted for sure.

as I get better at brewing ( still only have like 10 brews under my belt in yr 1 of home brewing) I plan on leaning towards a lot of the maple beers since I have the source for the maple. Plus I just love the maple flavor.
This is my second batch ever so I'm stepping out on a limb a little bit here, but another sample this morning after all the syrup had a chance to dissolve into the beer and it was really good.


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