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Old 01-11-2013, 03:40 PM   #501
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Just bottled over 2 cases of Munton's IPA.

Currently

Mr Beer Mexican Cervesa, bottling today
Brewer's Best Irish Stout in a Carboy
Pino Gris in a fermenting bucket

Probably will take a week or 2 weeks of break from making anything new. I have 6 liters of Octoberfest to drink, over 2 cases of Munton's IPA bottled, that will be ready to drink soon. Mexican Cervesa bottling today.

My next project will be trying a red wine, and then another beer kit at some point.
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FERMENTING

Brewer's Best Irish Stout in a Carboy
Pino Gris in a fermenting bucket

BOTTLED - conditioning

Munton's IPA - a little over 2 cases
Mr Beer Mexican Cerveza - 1 case

Only 3 liters of Mr Beer Octoberfest left to drink :-(


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Old 01-11-2013, 04:16 PM   #502
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My 2nd pm pale ale will finally get bottled today. Had a lot of lil things to get cleaned up. This after being pitched on 1 month & 3 days ago. Didn't get the color & flavor I thought I would. But it appears from the last FG sample that I may just have gotten my "hopped & Confused" ale instead. An ale that thinks it's a lager or pilsner. Taste sort of reminded me of a euro pilsner or the like with lime. That came from the NZ hops used throughout. Can't wait for this one.


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Old 01-11-2013, 06:26 PM   #503
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My favorite Black IPA
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Old 01-12-2013, 04:27 AM   #504
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5gal of raspberry wheat for my wife.
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:14 PM   #505
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primary #1 - Vanilla Chocolate Porter
primary #2 - Spotted Cow clone
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:26 PM   #506
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Oatmeal Stout
Brown Ale
Centennial IPA
English Porter
American Stout
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5.5 GAL OF PORTER
5.5 GAL OF LAGER
5.5 GAL OF APA 1.0
5.5 GAL 05 APA 2.0
5.5 GAL OF APA 3.0
5.5 GAL OF RAUCHBEIR

I thought building a 4 bucket fermentation chamber was going to be big enough, turns out I still have buckets fermenting in the bathroom.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:59 AM   #508
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~11 gal of Vienna Rye Cali Common Lager.

Okay, so that's the best description I can come up with

It's ~70% Vienna, 30% rye, and hopped with a decent size dose of northern brewer (hence the Cali Common in the name), but with S-23 rather than a hybrid yeast.

I have some high hopes for this one... Just finished diacetyl rest and now it's crashing its way down to lagering temps.
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5.25 gal of Dunkelweizen
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I added 5.5 gallons of White House Honey Porter to my list. It was an AHS kit. I figured I'd see what all the hype is about. After seeing the recipe I realize it's just a basic London style porter with honey in it. It should be tasty, though.


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