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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%
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Old 12-13-2012, 08:41 PM   #21
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6 gal Black Pearl Porter
6 gal Pale Ale
3 gal Spiced up Brown holiday ale
3 gal random remnants of blonde, IPA, and unspiced brown

I was shocked today when someone asked and I had to realize I have 23 gallons fermenting. First thought was I bottle another 10 gallons on the weekend so better find my next brew day!


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Old 12-13-2012, 08:42 PM   #22
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(28) 5 gallon, (1) 10 gallon, (1) 3 gallon kegs of varying degrees of fullness.
6 gallons of cider, and (4) 5 gallon batches of beer fermenting.


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Old 12-13-2012, 08:51 PM   #23
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(28) 5 gallon, (1) 10 gallon, (1) 3 gallon kegs of varying degrees of fullness.
6 gallons of cider, and (4) 5 gallon batches of beer fermenting.
Did you just say "28 - 5 gallon kegs" ?! This is your personal consumption homebrew?
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:01 PM   #24
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Im going to Manassas during the next Natural Disaster to stay at your house Va. I will even bring a couple kegs of my own.
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:03 PM   #25
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4 kegs on tap, although the Cream Ale is ready to blow. Most of a 5 gal barleywine bottled and aging. 12 bottles of my brown gone wrong experiment. Probably 12 bottles of various experiments (anise IPA anyone? Or maybe you'd prefer a basil cream ale). Ingredients to do another cream ale batch Sunday and a Celebration clone over the holidays.
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:42 PM   #26
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about 6.5 gallons in bottles, brown ale and IPA

10 gallons in primary, DIPA and a brown/black IPA (don't know color yet, lol)
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Old 12-13-2012, 09:56 PM   #27
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I'm at over 30 gallons in serving kegs and bottles right now. I have another 6 gallons that needs to be kegged. That's not counting mead or things not beer. I probably have about 10 more gallons there, in bottles. I also have another 10-12 gallons that either could be bottled or is in process (mead). I also have about 7 gallons of English barleywine fermenting away (still) and will be brewing again this weekend.

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Good/great fermented items, IMO, is more like great sex. You can never get enough of it, but too much will leave you spent.
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Old 12-14-2012, 06:25 AM   #28
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After bottling over 100 bottles okay, I am at around 200 bottles aging and brewing again tomorrow
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80 or so 12oz bottles, 5 gal Amber ready to bottle and another 5 gal of Milk Stout brewed Wednesday. I will catch up to some of you eventually.
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Did you just say "28 - 5 gallon kegs" ?! This is your personal consumption homebrew?
Yes, well I have a few buddies that help brew, as well as drink. I have 2 keezers; one has 12 kegs, the other has 5.


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