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View Poll Results: How much homebrew do you have bottled/kegged?
NONE! DOH! 7 3.35%
1-5 gallons 25 11.96%
5-15 gallons 65 31.10%
15-30 gallons 63 30.14%
>30 gallons! 49 23.44%
Voters: 209. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:03 PM   #11
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I just remembered, there's also a box from my lhbs sitting in my living room with the specialty grains for another batch, and ipa, I'll probably brew on add another 5...only yet unborn.
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Old 12-13-2012, 08:07 PM   #12
Nov 2008
Ashby Ma
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15 Gallons kegged
10 gallons in primary
50-60 bottles of various brews
5 gallons cider kegged
Brew it Drink it Brew MORE!!!!!

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:12 PM   #13
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Nov 2007
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let's see.... i got 10 gal german pilsner fermenting, 10 gal of 7 month old red flanders, 10 gal of 1 month old red flanders, 5 gal of 6 month old apfelwein, 5 gal BIPA, on tap i have 5 gal oatmeal stout oaked on nitro, 5 gal witte, 5 gal DIPA, and 2.5 gal BIPA.

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:14 PM   #14
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Nov 2011
Santa Rosa, CA
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Too much to count....
Something is always fermenting....
"It's Bahl Hornin'"

Kegged: Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout
On Deck: German Lager

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:14 PM   #15
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Jan 2011
Alexandria, Virginia
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I have 15 gallons in kegs, an assorted 12 (pack) of bottles (one of each of my bottled beers) 15 gallons gestating in the Fermenters, and 5 Gal to be fertilized, err brewed tomorrow.

Reason: I wish I had 12 Gal in bottles...

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:15 PM   #16
Dec 2011
Culpeper, VA
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Good to see everyone is keeping a pretty decent pipeline! I don't feel like a beer hoarder anymore.
Next up: Amber Ale
Primary 1&2: 90 Min IPA clone
Primary 3&4: Belgian Wit
Keg #1: White Mosaic Pale Ale
Keg #2: Empty
Drinking: Amber Ale, White Mosaic Pale Ale

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:16 PM   #17
Dec 2011
Rochester, NY
Posts: 125

2 x 5 gallon batches of different holiday ciders in fermentation stage
1 x 5 gallon batch of a darker ale choc/gram cracker type beer ( made some mistakes on original plan, so sort of a hybrid beer going!)
1 x 5 gallon hop-nog just finishing keg carb process ( bottled soon to make room)
12-24 random bottles of previous brews in the basement and fridge!

** currently working on getting my fridge turned into a kegerator, and expanding my brew space in my basement to get a more serious pipeline in the works. ( only been brewing a year!) The goal is to have 4 of something on tap at all times, and anywhere from 4-8 in fermentation / carb process to keep the pipeline full!

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:27 PM   #18
Oct 2012
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I need to get with the program I guess, I have 72 12oz bottles (giver or take a couple ) and five gallons fermenting.
Happy Brewing Y'all!
Drinking: Natty Greene Nut Brown Ale,Albert's Atomic Altbier, Cowgirl Honey Light

Carbonating/Conditioning:Chocolate Porter, Old Devil Nut Brown Ale, Cape Fear Pale Ale Classic American Light1776 Lager
Fermenting: Diablo IPA, Black Forest Stout, Hellfire Red Ale
On Deck: Bewitched Amber Ale

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:29 PM   #19
Mar 2011
Chester, IL
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17 gallons in kegs and 4 cases of 12oz bottles and on case of 22oz bottles.
Plus 5 gallon fermenting.

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Old 12-13-2012, 08:32 PM   #20
Dec 2011
Pittsburgh, PA
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4 fullish kegs

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