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Old 06-25-2012, 06:37 PM   #1
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Default What's in your fermenter(s)?

I thought I'd do this as a quick, informal poll. Who knows -- might pick up an idea for the next batch!

Right now, I've got a Miller Light clone in the primary, using this recipe as a base. My variation is using Northern Brewer (7.9% AA) at the boil, otherwise following the recipe. I brewed it yesterday.

What you got?


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Old 06-25-2012, 06:49 PM   #2
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APA with Columbus & Amarillo


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Fermenting right now.


A Belgian Dubbel brewed with some dates.
A RYE. Pale ale
An Oatmeal stout
A Biere de Garde
An IPA loaded with Citra hops.
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I have a Belgian Wit fermenting for at least another week and I plan on brewing a Saison this weekend, then a Bavarian Hefe the week after.... so on it goes.

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Have an IPA fermenting, and going to brew a ginger pilsner in the next few days.
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5 gallons of Hop Head DIPA and Cream Ale.
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Irish Red Ale
Belgian Wit
Blueberry Porter
for an Independence Day party this Saturday (Red, White, Blue for those that didn't get the joke the first time)

and a Cream Ale
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I have a Belgian Tripel conditioning in my secondary.
Gonna bottle this weekend.
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An Oktoberfest (MAD Wedtoberfest 3.0) and a Strawberry Weiss (MAD Strawberry NieuwenWeiss).


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