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Old 01-22-2013, 06:32 AM   #541
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A hoppy wheat.

Tomorrow will have a porter in another.


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Old 01-22-2013, 07:23 AM   #542
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Just put an Irish Red Ale into the carboy with a 1.06 gravity reading. Planning on starting an all-grain (first time) milk stout within the next week or so.


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Old 01-22-2013, 10:30 PM   #543
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Right now I have my Red Hook ESB clone cold crashing in the fridge in primary #1 and a fresh batch of Caribou Slobber churning away nicely in primary #2. Below is a shot of the slobber.

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Old 01-22-2013, 11:52 PM   #544
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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.
I think it's like Ricardo's iron law of wages--no matter how much space you have to ferment, it's never enough. I have 58gal of fermentation vessel space, but started planning a 3BBL nano, and recently stepped my fantasy fermenters & bright tanks to 7BBL

At the moment I'm slacking, though:
10gal Sculpin clone, 5gal CAP, 10gal coffee vanilla porter, and (conditioning/aging) 5gal each of Oaked Old Ale and Tart Cherry Farmhouse Braggot.
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At the moment I'm slacking, though:
10gal Sculpin clone, 5gal CAP, 10gal coffee vanilla porter, and (conditioning/aging) 5gal each of Oaked Old Ale and Tart Cherry Farmhouse Braggot.
Do you mind sharing the Sculpin recipe? One of my absolute favorite IPAs and I've been looking for a good clone.
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Vanilla Porter
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lambic
lambic
lambic
cranberry lambic
orange lambic
saison
saison
sour saison
brett saison
brett pale ale
sour kvass
hibiscus sour (IO inspired)
sour stout
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Do I count as a fermentor? There is much in me tonight...
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10 gallons cream ale
5 gallons apfelwein
5 gallons oatmeal / raspberry stout
5 gallons raison d'etre clone
10 gallons something as of yet to be named..


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