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Old 11-14-2013, 12:31 PM   #601
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My first batch! How come no one told me that watching the fermentation process is like watching sea monkeys when you were a kid!!
Then I discovered they were brine shrimp & started feeding them to my baby tropical fish!


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Old 11-14-2013, 07:24 PM   #602
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American wheat on left, "cascadian" Dubbel on right.
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American wheat on left, "cascadian" Dubbel on right.
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Cascadian Dubbel...sounds interesting!
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Old 11-14-2013, 07:33 PM   #604
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I know haha, I love dubbels and I love my cascade hops in my IPA's so why not try and put them together? Too long of a wait though... waiting for it to ferment and age.
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Oh and I'm gonna oak the batch too.
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Old 11-14-2013, 07:43 PM   #606
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Great Lakes Xmas Ale clone... My first all grain! I was blown away that I hit all my target temps and my OG right on the money! I did break a carboy with 8 minutes to go in my boil and cut my finger to where I needed 3 band aids and gloves so I could get my other one sanitized and ready, but no pain no gain! (And no biohazard in the beer!)

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Old 11-14-2013, 08:15 PM   #607
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Maybe name it "biohazard Ale"? I'm interested in how close it comes to the GL version! We get that one around here around the holidays.
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Making an IPA based on one of Yooper's recipes. It's ripping along on 1450. First try with harvested yeast from a batch I did a couple weeks ago and it seems to be working swimmingly. Can't wait to get this one kegged.

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Just got done brewing this up. My sister had to work today. So we are doing turkey friday instead. Havn't brewed in awile; went pretty smooth. It's my conan yeast ipa Experiment.

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Transferred my RIS to a used bourbon barrel today.


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